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Old 08-30-2013, 01:43 PM   #76
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The auto 5.0 is better anyways...still runs 4.5 0-60 in stock form, tune runs 4.0 flat.
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Old 08-31-2013, 11:48 PM   #77
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How on earth is a bolt on V6 every going to be the better running, Faster trapping car against a Coyote? Unless one of those bolt-ons is a super charger, turbo or nitrous then maybe. The V6 owner beat a terrible driver. His car wasn't faster. Don't expect to win many races when a V6 lines up with a coyote and you won't be disappointed much. That's all im sayin.
you are the one who brought up a v6 not me. If you took the time to read the quote I said SS vs 5.0 not the v6 for some strange reason you pulled the v6 out. Of your tailpipe as if that was what anyone was talking about. The OP stated his SS beat a 5.0 not his v6 LOL
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Old 09-01-2013, 12:12 AM   #78
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If he changed the pulley probably has a tune on the car as well



633 with just a tune. More boost and exhaust work will be even higher.
I don't see what the big deal with the GT500!!! It has 15lbs boost out of the box and with a pulley down and tune it will be 18+ lbs of boost. What current performance V8 wont throw down serious HP with that kind of boost. Pump the ZL1 boost from 9lbs to 15lbs and see what happens!!!
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Old 09-01-2013, 11:09 AM   #79
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It all comes down to the driver. Yes 5.0s are a bit faster than some SS from factory, but with the wrong person at the wheel, the 5.0 is a cow. Same goes for the SS and most manual cars.
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Old 09-03-2013, 08:38 PM   #80
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Reason I did post that i beat 5.0 was because the guy was running his mouth and I shut him up. Neither of our times were good in 1/4 but its still a win. That and I want him to see my post on here just to rub it it. Yes Hallsville has been shut down for years to bad its a neighborhood with speed bumps now. We raced at Dallas raceway. When you run your mouth you gotta back it up. I did he didn't. I do get beat like everyone else. 6.2 vs 5.0 is driver mod no doubt. It always is really.
To hell with everyone who thinks you got lucky getting the win over the yote. You won and a win is a win. If everyone here worships the yote/stang so much the you should have bought one rather than that old tech, fat, slow 5th gen. Sheesh!
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Old 09-03-2013, 11:22 PM   #81
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Allow me to throw some facts into this thread. I have owned a 2011 GTCS manual 3.55 5.0 and now a 2014 GT 5.0 brembo pack. The 5.0 is a mid 12 second car STOCK. I have yet to meet a stock or lightly modded 5th gen that could keep up with me. Oh and the only mods my car had on the run Im about to show you was the DRIVER MOD.





And with a tune, the slip below is what I ran. Left lane ofcourse.



Now Im not hating or bashing 5th gens, but lets be real. The 5.0 is a couple hundred pounds lighter, and dynos about the same. And with the 3.55 or 3.73 gears, there is no catching one on the street or strip in a stock 5th gen.

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Old 09-04-2013, 12:11 AM   #82
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I don't see what the big deal with the GT500!!! It has 15lbs boost out of the box and with a pulley down and tune it will be 18+ lbs of boost. What current performance V8 wont throw down serious HP with that kind of boost. Pump the ZL1 boost from 9lbs to 15lbs and see what happens!!!
And any V8 will make power with that much boost. But how many will be in one piece after?



Need more than just a few pounds of boost to reach that....


with these mods should be close to 13-14 PSI = 588


691 on 14.5 lbs

And I like the ZL1...better all round car than the GT500 for the price you pay. But the OP said he was gonna take out a new GT500 with his mods
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Old 09-04-2013, 04:43 PM   #83
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I'm gone take on a newer GT500 with my mods and see where I'm at. I just wanna where I stand then go from there. Thank you for the input.
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