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I am more interested in the Ford Performance models. But I am happy that they got the Gen7 quite right considering the circumstances and difficulty right now. I suppose due to budget cuts and the development they probably got some hard decisions to make in order to still achieve a good compromise on this outcome. We do not literally see it but I guess the engineers had something more in mind.
 

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Most likely a misprint. The A10 gets the 3.15.
The 3.15 is for fuel economy only and slower acceleration, while the 3.55 is the opposite. A 3.31 limited slip is a fine balance between the two. I have a 3.31 and I love it on winding country roads.
 

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I feel like the Dark Horse is analogous to the Mach? I’m guessing the same brake setup as the Mach since they don’t list the rear brakes.

Has anyone seen more engine specs? Is this a Gen 4 coyote? What HP are they quoting? Other than some QoL upgrades Im figuring from the interior, nothing on these screams “sell your ‘18+ S550” to upgrade
IIRC, 480ish for the GT, Targeting 500 for the Dark Horse
 


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I'm I reading the specs sheet wrong? I thought the Ecoboost was only getting the 10spd Automatic? It looks like they have the opposite information.
 

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I'm I reading the specs sheet wrong? I thought the Ecoboost was only getting the 10spd Automatic? It looks like they have the opposite information.
Wondering the same. Every article says you can't get get the manual with the Ecoboost, but the spec sheet says otherwise. Where did they get that information??
 

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The 3.15 is for fuel economy only and slower acceleration, while the 3.55 is the opposite. A 3.31 limited slip is a fine balance between the two. I have a 3.31 and I love it on winding country roads.
Actually the 3.15 matches very well with the A10 (Have it). The 3.55 is an improvement but not as much as with the old 6R80.
 

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Wondering the same. Every article says you can't get get the manual with the Ecoboost, but the spec sheet says otherwise. Where did they get that information??
Well I guess the articles were wrong. :giggle: :like:

Edit: Maybe.
 
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Am I reading this wrong? I see the gt auto is only 3.55's even without the performance pack? And only the ecoboost uses 3.15's?
 

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Am I reading this wrong? I see the gt auto is only 3.55's even without the performance pack? And only the ecoboost uses 3.15's?
It’s not clear at this point. We will have to wait and see for further updates. This car is a long ways off.
 

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Actually the 3.15 matches very well with the A10 (Have it). The 3.55 is an improvement but not as much as with the old 6R80.
I rented a 2017 Mustang with a 3.7L V-6 with a 3.15 rear differential. Every time I punched on the gas (after a stop), the tires would spin. The only attention that received was from a Dallas County Sheriff's car. He followed me for about 5 miles just for GP.
 

 
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