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Old 06-03-2014, 11:19 AM   #1
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2014 v6 mustang 0-60mph times

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The posted 0-60 time for V6 is about 5.1 or 5.3 secs. I have a manual v6 and I sort of count off on my own and i'm more in the 8 second mark. What the heck? Isn't the ideal gear shifting at red line?
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The posted 0-60 time for V6 is about 5.1 or 5.3 secs. I have a manual v6 and I sort of count off on my own and i'm more in the 8 second mark. What the heck? Isn't the ideal gear shifting at red line?

I doubt its 8 seconds
Thats too much
You might be at 6 seconds
All depends on altitude the street and weather as well
My car does a 5.0-5.1 with an MPT 91 Race tune and JLT CAI intake and sticky tires but thats usually at night when its a little cooler
When its like 90+ degrees outside i do like a 5.3
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Have a stopwatch or someone time it in the passenger seat. 1. counting in your head wont be accurate especially when your trying to drive 2. If you try and use a stopwatch or timer and drive you will probable be distracted and not accurately get what the cars capable of.

I don't have the track apps but after seeing how off the MPG and miles to E is off on my base I wouldn't put money on any tool ford puts in these cars as 100% accurate. That is one thing I'll say about my old Nissan 370Z for the issues I had with the car any analytics the car did such as MPG's were accurate to the tenth of a gallon every time.
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Does it read high or low? I've been calculating the mileage the last three fill-ups and its been accurate within 2/10ths.
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If you have an android device, you can get the Torque app. You'll need a bluetooth OBD 2 dongle, but once you have those you essentially have "track apps", and much more. It is surprisingly accurate.
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