well other then the molded in wing i think its tight but aleast tha wing is in use. Power: 440 BHP / 328.1 KW @ 7000 RPM Gear Type: Ford Racing/Tremec T-56 6-speed Torque: 400 FT LBS / 542 NM @ 5500 RPM Valvetrain: DOHC, 4 Valves/Cyl Displacement: 302 CI / 4950 CC Bore: 3.701 IN / 94 MM Stroke: 3.543 IN / 90 MM HP/L: 88 BHP per Liter Fuel Delivery System: EFI Exhaust Type: Complete stainless steel race exhaust with Tri-Y design headers, crossover and side exit tips Materials: Fully reinforced fabrication Front Brakes: Brembo Racing Discs, 6-piston calipers Front Brake Size 14.3 IN / 363 MM Rear Brakes: Brembo Racing Discs, 4-piston calipers Rear Brake Size: 13.0 IN / 330 MM Front Wheels: 20.0 x 10.0 IN / 50.8 x 25.4 CM Rear Wheels: 20.0 x 11.0 IN / 50.8 x 27.9 CM Front Tires: Pirelli P275/35/20 racing slicks Rear Tires: Pirelli P315/30/20 racing slicks Front Suspension: Reverse-L independent rigid strut tower brace with lightweight chrome-moly K-member and race-spec anti-sway bar with 1.25-inch box section Rear Suspension: Three-link, solid axle with dynamic, fully adjustable shocks with remote reservoirs and coil-over springs, race-spec 1.25-inch panhard rod, and race-spec anti-sway bar 1st Gear Ratio: 2.97:1 2nd Gear Ratio: 2.07:1 3rd Gear Ratio: 1.43:1 4th Gear Ratio: 1.00:1 5th Gear Ratio: 0.80:1 6th Gear Ratio: 0.62:1 Final Drive Ratio: 4.56:1
inspired by the famous Grabber Orange 1970 Mustang Boss 302 Trans-Am race cars (the Yellow Mustangs) Probably the most striking design element, the prominent composite rear spoiler meets several road racing sanctioning body rules. see why you should read 73nova.. its a road race car. you know... they have rules to what you can and cant do.
Last Edit: Apr 8, 2004 14:50:40 GMT -5 by 86کТΛηG†
yes its a unpainted c/f hood. its yellow and black (unfinished aka unpainted c/f) to tribute to dif. stangs of tha past. and if you saying crap about the R theres also tha cobra R and its got plenty of balls to back its self too. and why not GT-R. its taking after tha gt and its actualy Race reay as too the cobra R unlike tha lil ricers and thats not saying that they didnt name it GT-R for other reasons
The carbon fiber hood instantly communicates the car’s performance – its large engine bulge and unfinished surface harken back to the famous yellow, black-hooded Mustangs..
The foundation for the Mustang GT-R's race-prepared 440-horsepower engine is the new 5.0-liter "Cammer" crate engine from Ford Racing Performance Parts. The engine is rooted in the MOD 4.6-liter four-valve V-8 engine family. However, the motor's flanged cylinder liners help provide 94mm (instead of 90.2mm) cylinder bores, creating a full 5.0 liters of piston displacement. Proven Race Chassis: The Mustang GT-R benefits from the 2005 Mustang’s race-inspired chassis, developed and tuned by engineers with Ford Racing engineering experience or a passion for weekend track time. The Mustang’s race-bred suspensions, near 50-50 weight distribution and ultra-stiff body structure, are just the beginning of Mustang GT-R’s credentials.
The GT-R is the ultimate expression of the Mustang platform," says Hau Thai-Tang, 2005 Mustang chief nameplate engineer. "Mustang spans more of the market than almost any other car – from an under-$20,000 V-6 to a race-ready car in the $40,000 range. The Mustang GT-R shows how we can expand that unmatched reach with the all-new platform."
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Post by SinisterCRX on Apr 8, 2004 19:05:13 GMT -5
They're probably overthrilled. The thing is.. using the GT-R isn't a bad thing.. its just the fact that Nissan used it, and no one else really used it. Would people be making a fuss over a Mustang LX? or a GT? ES? Or how about an Si? ;)lol, just kidding on that last one. But yeah, people are going to make a bid deal over the name because of its Skyline roots.
But hey, the car looks cool. Kinda riced out, but cool.
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