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2024 Mustang GT 1/4 mile times

5.0 Steve

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What do you guys think a bone stock 2024 Mustang GT A 10 will run?
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Just looking at all of the published results for reference of the existing 10 speed GTs, probably 11.8-12s @ 118-120
 

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Unless they changed the gear ratios, I would imagine it would be the same as a 2021 A10 Mach 1.
 

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Unless they changed the gear ratios, I would imagine it would be the same as a 2021 A10 Mach 1.
it might be slightly faster because there's not as much track-focused aero on the GTs like there is on the Mach 1
 


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The 2018 auto ran it in 12.1 at 118mph, I am going with sub twelves, specifically 11.8 at around 120-125
 
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Yeah I was thinking 11.7-11.8s cant wait for track times to come out
 

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it might be slightly faster because there's not as much track-focused aero on the GTs like there is on the Mach 1
Possibly lighter, because of the lack of coolers too. Ill throw a guess
12.0 @ 118 for the active exhaust model in the magazines
Real world numbers will be slightly better for the best drivers.
 

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I was running consistent 12.2x@118 with my 18 EU spec GT with 305 PS4S on the street with the A10

So the DH should be seeing 11.6-11.8 on prepped surface with pro driver @120-123 my guess
 
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2024 GT will have 486 hp
 

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The same as a 2018-2022 car.
This is probably the most accurate guess by far.

There are way too many other variables that come into play for a few hp one way or the other to be the only factor that moves the needle. This is the same reason the ‘22s haven’t proven to run consistently any slower than the ‘21s. The quality of your current tank of fuel is gonna make a lot more difference than a 10 hp rating difference. As will the weight of the driver. Oh yeah, don’t forget reaction time. And it goes on and on…
 

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As will the weight of the driver.
Indeed. Now imagine 75 kg driver with 10 liters in the tank vs 120 kg driver with full tank 65 liters. That's 100 kg (220 lbs) difference which is huge. Then again full tank and a passanger in the rear could easily cause best traction on the rear wheels 😁
 

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Indeed. Now imagine 75 kg driver with 10 liters in the tank vs 120 kg driver with full tank 65 liters. That's 100 kg (220 lbs) difference which is huge. Then again full tank and a passanger in the rear could easily cause best traction on the rear wheels 😁
Yep, just way too many variables for a few ponies difference in the factory rating to matter much. I personally tickle the Toledos around 270 + on a good day. Hell, I could skip two or three double cheese Whoppers in a week and lose 2/10th off my ET.

Plus, you can’t ever forget about output variations from one engine to the next. I’d take a WAG that they allow themselves 2-3% or more on either side of the advertised rating.

Where this kind of analysis would be helpful would be in testing changes made in the same car under the same conditions.
 

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I was think
Unless they changed the gear ratios, I would imagine it would be the same as a 2021 A10 Mach 1.
ing this as well unless the gen7 ends up being 400+ more pounds.
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