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  1. Stock 2020 GT500 Dyno

    Whatever he is doing, it's paying off because at no point in my life have I ever been lucky enough to get a top tier performance car like that and drive it home. Plus, to get one that early, he probably paid $20-$30k dealer markup over MSRP.

    Not bad! With the weight of that car, it should run some pretty solid numbers down the 1/4. Let us know when you hit the track next year and maybe we can all meet up on a Sunday at Beech Bend. I'll grab some DR's and see if they'll stick decent.
  3. Random thought thread

    I drive the crap out of anything. :lol: Unless it isn't mine to break.
  4. Stock 2020 GT500 Dyno

    You buying one?
  5. Random thought thread

    You have got to be babying that car! I drive my junk hard. Just look back on past logs. About 98% of them were my daily drive to work.
  6. Random thought thread

    Sucks having to put an animal down that's part of the family.
  7. Stock 2020 GT500 Dyno

    I think it'll be easy to mod the GT500 in to the 9's. And I love how it sounded on the dyno when it shifted. Sounds quick and has a pop like the supercars.
  8. Stock 2020 GT500 Dyno

    Weight 4,080lbs
  9. Random thought thread

    Yeah, was wondering that because with TC on I still spin, but you can tell the car is killing power. I wish there was a way to log TC only and see what all it is doing. That said, I'll never turn TC off until I get DR's or slicks -- which will be next race season. All season 275 tires isn't something I want to try to drive aggressive with 760 rwhp.
  10. Random thought thread

    I wonder what all (throttle, brakes, timing, fuel, etc.) Traction Control uses to keep tire spin down and the max % it can take away from actual drive input (100% WOT) on my 2010 SS.
  11. 1986 Ford Ranger

    I fixed it....
  12. The Challenger is Home

    I heard some wheel spin.... Trust me, these big 4,000lb muscle cars EAT rear tires fast. When I drove the SS daily, I was putting rear tires on about every 6 months. Even with Traction Control on, except to clean them off before a run at the drag strip.