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Great Find!!! Though it’s very vague when it comes to the Power, only to say that it just mentions the Coyote as the Power plant so it may remain the same HP at 500 just as with the GT350 and GT350R. Very interesting I‘ll say.
 

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I wonder if whatever engine tune they're using will go into something street-legal, maybe a Dark Horse RS? Would fill/create the spot for a BOSS-esque car while not cannibalizing itself, maybe...
 


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Great Find!!! Though it’s very vague when it comes to the Power, only to say that it just mentions the Coyote as the Power plant so it may remain the same HP at 500 just as with the GT350 and GT350R. Very interesting I‘ll say.
The GT350 and GT350R were both street cars. The Dark Horse R will be strictly a race car only. The race version of the GT350 was called the FP350S and had a 5.2 liter engine but it didn't use a flat plane crank (like the GT350 and GTG350R) due the unreliable nature of the flat plane crank engine.
 
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they teased back when they showed off the Dark Horse R a Dark Horse S street version was in the works, havent heard anything about it since however.
The S and the R versions started back with the S197 Boss 302's. There were slight differences between the two versions, but both were race cars. I would assume that will be the case with the Dark Horse also.
 

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The GT350 and GT350R were both street cars. The Dark Horse R will be strictly a race car only. The race version of the GT350 was called the FP350S and had a 5.2 liter engine but it didn't use a flat plane crank (like the GT350 and GTG350R) due the unreliable nature of the flat plane crank engine.
Whoa!! Didn’t know all of that. I just thought that the 350R was meant to be a mainly Track only car but was street legal. Good info and now I’ll read up on that FP350S. 😬😬😬
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