Another Motor Trend Review of the 2010 Stang... They got a 13.5 quarter this time.

Discussion in '2010 - 2014 Specific Tech' started by fox1x, Feb 4, 2009.


  1. fox1x

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    o to 60 in 4.9 w/track pack wow thats nice i wouldn't get it with the other stuff just the track pack 30sdlls what will it get with the new 5.0 and track pack?
     
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    Dunno if I'll get a 2010 this fall, or just try to get a smoking deal on a 2009.

    Hmmm....
    We'll see.
     
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    So that is why I don't mind Ford having less hp that it's competition. I makes due with what it has. I like the way they did this. Kind of like they read the forums and found ways to put the power to the ground more efficiently that just dropping in a more powerful motor just to keep the bench racers happy. It keeps cost down while still allowing owners to add power to a chassis (sp?) that can actually use it versus spinning the rear tires. "Slide your right Nike from throttle to brake, depress with sufficient might to wake up the ABS, and the performance friction compound brake pads (another component of the Track Pack) will squeeze the four-wheel discs with enough fervor to erase 60 mph in only 108 feet." That is a huge improvement over the 05-09 braking.
     
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