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Old 10-20-2013, 06:34 PM   #1
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Tarde up to 5.0 or supercharge ?

Just weighing my options at the moment trying to
Figure which would be better, cheaper, more power etc.
any knowledge is appreciated

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Trade if I could spell....
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I would wait until the '15 comes out, then the 11-14 will drop in price and you could trade up then... Unless you like the '15 and want to get that one.
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Haha I can't stand the 15, just reminds me too much of a focus ( If the concepts and sightings are correct )
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I would wait until the '15 comes out, then the 11-14 will drop in price and you could trade up then... Unless you like the '15 and want to get that one.
Do u think it would be worth waiting for the 11-14 to drop in price if they'll probably give u less for ur trade in? That's what I'm questioning right now.

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Just weighing my options at the moment trying to Figure which would be better, cheaper, more power etc. any knowledge is appreciated ---------- Post added at 05:34 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:33 PM ---------- Trade if I could spell....
What's ur ultimate goal? If u want more than 450hp I would trade it in. Also I think a N/An engine is gonna be more reliable in the long run.
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That's what I'm thinking probably just trade for a stock 5.0 and start building all over again, it's half the fun after all !
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I'd love a 5.0... But by the time I can afford a new car Ford will probably be coming out with the 7th generation.
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Not tech......moved.
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That's what I'm thinking probably just trade for a stock 5.0 and start building all over again, it's half the fun after all !
Exactly! A 5.0 is a better platform too.
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If it comes down to supercharging a sixer or going with the 5.0, I'd go with the 5.0.

Although the whirring sound of a supercharger is sexy, a warranty is sexier.
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