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Old 10-11-2009, 05:50 AM
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Ford to reveal 2011 Mustang powertrain

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Given that the V6 Camaro puts out nearly as much horsepower as the 2010 Mustang GT (and more than my '07 ) I would have to think a substantial power boost would be in order. Maybe a six speed transmission for the GT as well? Even though I really don't think it's needed. Ford does have a new gas V8 coming out to replace the 5.4 in the pickups so maybe it's possible a higher output V8 in the Mustang will be based on the same architecture. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.

Side note: I also read that Ford will have a 400hp and ~725 lb-ft diesel for the Super Duty in 2011.
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Side note: I also read that Ford will have a 400hp and ~725 lb-ft diesel for the Super Duty in 2011.
I'd just be happy with a diesel F350 SD that would give me fuel mileage equal to my V10 gasser, be priced within reason and live better then that 6.0/6.4 disaster - then I might consider it as a replacement.
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nice looking car, no doubt full of fibreglass??
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