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    Oct motormag tuner mustang edition



    I am going to have to read this a few times.

    Its a political football when it comes to aftermarket tuning so lets bottom line it.

    Mustang motorsports wins.

    Both KPM and Harrop have engines that let go and I have severe issue with why but more on that later

    Herrod does well as does Tickford for their time in the game.
    History is a statement, the future is a question.

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    Look forward to reading this.
    Lifetime proud Ford Falcon enthusiast and owner of the following models XR, XY, XB, XC, XD, EB, AU, BA and FG.
    Mustang enthusiast and current owner of a 1969 Mach 1 351 4V 4-barrel M-Code

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    Camaro, again. How many times has this "coulda woulda shoulda" deal with the Camaro been done now?

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    Keeps GM Fans buying the mag? Love how its filled with Mustang love however.
    Lifetime proud Ford Falcon enthusiast and owner of the following models XR, XY, XB, XC, XD, EB, AU, BA and FG.
    Mustang enthusiast and current owner of a 1969 Mach 1 351 4V 4-barrel M-Code

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    Lifetime proud Ford Falcon enthusiast and owner of the following models XR, XY, XB, XC, XD, EB, AU, BA and FG.
    Mustang enthusiast and current owner of a 1969 Mach 1 351 4V 4-barrel M-Code

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    Quote Originally Posted by WASP View Post
    This is all I have to say on the matter:

    Joshua Dowling, News Corp Australia Network
    September 28, 2017 9:00pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by WASP View Post
    Converted by Walkinshaw.
    My Falcon family heritage: XY V8 Falcon 500, XYGT, XBGT, XC 351 GS, XD 4.1 Spack, EF wagon, AU Wagon, AU2 Wagon, AU2 XR8, BA XR8, BF XR8, FG XR6, Lucky last: Sprint 8. Oh wait, AU3 XLS Marlin Ute!

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    Hey, they're entitled to try to give their V8 oriented customer base something,
    even if it tens of thousands of dollars more than a Factory RHD Mustang.

    I will be curious to see the starting price and how many pre-orders they get,
    I suspect the two will be closely linked.

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    Resale value will take a nose dive if Holden decides to import a factory RHD version.

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    I think it’s going to make a difference as to which Camaro they go after.

    It won’t be the entry level.

    The price of supercharged mustangs is 85k - 160k.

    If they can effectively convert an already supercharged car and land in that price range, they will be ok.

    HSV won’t be competing with GT mustangs. They will be super camaros, just short of 1LE I suspect.

    This will be more walkingshaw than HSV.
    History is a statement, the future is a question.

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