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Old 08-31-2009, 02:37 PM   #1
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Question on 2010 GT

I drove a 2010 GT Prem. Saturday and loved it. On the window sticker it listed the 19" wheel pack, Comfort pack and a 3.55 gear ratio with limited slip diff. Don't all the GT's come with the limited slip diff. or is it only available as an option with the 3.55 gears. Looked at another one and it had the 3.73 gears but did not say it had the limited slip diff. Anyone know. Thanks

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All GT's have the limited slip rear end, Not sure why they listed it other than to let you know it has it... but not sure why they didnt listed it on the other options~ I wasn't aware you could get 3.73 unless you got the track pack.

I would personally wait as the 2011 mustang is slated to have the 5.0L 400hp engine and... boy what a let down owning a 2010 315hp version when the 2011 rolls out. The price should be about the same and 400hp 5.0l.. is well worth the wait as the GT NEEEDS a power boost very badly.

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it is a dealer option on there GT's most have it some dont but it is a dealer option!!!
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I am not sure what the above is referring to but, the limited slip dif is standard equipment for the GT.

Below is from the Mustang GT data from the Ford website.

Rapid Spec 300A
4.6L SOHC V8 engine with 315 hp @ 6000 rpm and
325 lb.-ft. of torque @ 4250 rpm
5-speed manual GT transmission
3.31:1 gear ratio with limited-slip differential
18" wide-spoke painted-aluminum wheels
Automatic headlamps
Black-chrome pony badge located in grille
Body-color power sideview mirrors
Dual bright rolled exhaust tips
Fog lamps
Rear spoiler
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