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Old 07-08-2014, 05:20 AM   #1
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Purchasing a new 5.0 but I have a question

Hey, I'm new to the forum but have been reading for a while.

I am purchasing my 4th mustang a 2014 5.0 coupe manual transmission in the next two weeks.

I am traveling to south Florida to purchase the vehicle and have to drive 250 miles back to Daytona after the purchase. I was going to try driving it as much as possible for two days before making the trip back. My question is will the highway driving effect the break in of the motor. This is my first brand new Mustang and I know what the manual says about break in but I don't have many options. Any suggestions or answers are greatly appreciated.




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I would not worry about it, but just to make sure on the hwy part of the trip occasionally down shift and run it for a bit in 5th, then 4th to vary rpm. I would also vary speeds somewhat but as I said do not worry. The other idea is to take a back road for parts of the trip. w/o insulting it is more important to check oil level B4 you leave the dealership just in case. Relax and enjoy and congrats
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Great points by @strange mud! I would also give the beast a break or two between the trip..
Continuous cruising is not that advisable on a new engine.. Well this is my opinion as I have seen new engines heat up a tad more than run-in ones..
Take it easy for the first couple k miles and enjoy the beast! Drive safe!!
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Thanks. Now I just have to decide between the base or premium and get the right price lol.


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Thanks. Now I just have to decide between the base or premium and get the right price lol.


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They say Premium runs a bit heavier than the base supposedly... I say for the weight savings its not worth it. Go for the premium
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Base model = hot rod version
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I like the base better myself. I don't like leather that much.
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The leather in the new mustangs looks like crap after a while anyways.

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That's a personal decision. The premium gives you a better stereo with Bluetooth, track apps, ambient lighting, leather, driver power seat, minor interior upgrades door sill plates, pedals etc... For me I chose the premium mainly because I didn't like the look of the cloth seats and wanted a Bluetooth radio. I am very happy with my decision. If I would of bought a base model I would have gotten Recaro seats and installed an aftermarket Bluetooth stereo. Good luck with your decision.


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Ya it's just hard to justify an additional 5k for Bluetooth and better stereo but I am spoiled since my 2010 f150 has the sync system.


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That's a personal decision. The premium gives you a better stereo with Bluetooth, track apps, ambient lighting, leather, driver power seat, minor interior upgrades door sill plates, pedals etc... For me I chose the premium mainly because I didn't like the look of the cloth seats and wanted a Bluetooth radio. I am very happy with my decision. If I would of bought a base model I would have gotten Recaro seats and installed an aftermarket Bluetooth stereo. Good luck with your decision.


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For what it's worth, you can get a base equipped with Bluetooth/SNYC.
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Their pretty scarce in the state of FL since production stopped


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I chose the premium over the base looking at how much it was to upgrade to the extras on the premium and the hassle if having to do them aftermarket. Love the premium and everything it gives you.


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1200 dollar option for sync in a base model.


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I chose the premium over the base looking at how much it was to upgrade to the extras on the premium and the hassle if having to do them aftermarket. Love the premium and everything it gives you.


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Premium = Luxury Hot Rod

Our definitions of "luxury" differ... (And I have the premium btw)


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Our definitions of "luxury" differ... (And I have the premium btw)


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I know what you are saying, but the Premium is way more lux than the base model, I was referring to what Rapin was saying. See the posts about the upgrade costs and how its more efficient to just get the premium.
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I know what you are saying, but the Premium is way more lux than the base model, I was referring to what Rapin was saying. See the posts about the upgrade costs and how its more efficient to just get the premium.

Depends on what your goals are. Me personally I'm not into the flashy interior, stereo stuff, have my wife's vehicle for that. Me I bought mine for 1 reason only. So it comes down to what you prefer.

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I agree with rapinator, I was lookin to save weight and money by going with the base model (for the price of Nav & shaker you coulda had the trackpack.)

As for the highway trip - I took mine on a 400mi trip about 2 weeks after I bought her new. I was concerned about break in also, so I would occasionally drop her into 3rd on I-65 north of Indianapolis for a quick 60-110+ blast just to break the monotony and give the 5.0 something to do other than cruise at 2200rpms for 5 hours. Obviously I did no harm to mine at all - she's been called a Wednesday car more than a few times.

Edit - I'm not advocating unsafe driving habits, my 3rd gear semi-pulls happened with no other traffic in sight an on a very straight, boring interstate in the middle of Indiana. If you're gonna play, that's about as ideal conditions as you'll find outside of a sanctioned race track.

Edit 2 - the 'tech & comfort' package that adds bluetooth and sync is a $1,200 dollar option. Still beats the difference between base & premium by a wide margin. Wish I'd sprung for the recaros though.
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Have the dealer find you exactly what you want. That's what I did. I got my self a 2014 gt base with Recaro seats, the sync system, and the fp8 appearance package, and reverse sensors In Oxford white.
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Our definitions of "luxury" differ... (And I have the premium btw)


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If you bought a Mustang Premium you don't likely know the luxury of an Aston Martin or comparable AMG.

But the argument still stands valid. Relatively a Premium is the luxury version by relative comparisons. If you don't think so then perhaps we the mustang community should bow down to your rich man's expectation of luxury.
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If you bought a Mustang Premium you don't likely know the luxury of an Aston Martin or comparable AMG.

But the argument still stands valid. Relatively a Premium is the luxury version by relative comparisons. If you don't think so then perhaps we the mustang community should bow down to your rich man's expectation of luxury.

I don't know the luxury of an Aston Martin.... But I have experiences the luxury of a Maserati, damn those are comfy.


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Yeah but what kind of exhaust should he get? We need to address this asap.

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The leather in the new mustangs looks like crap after a while anyways.

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Only if it's not taken care of. If your not one to apply some leather conditioner to the leather every month, then for sure get the cloth. I use Lexol on my leather, and after 3 years and 60K miles, the leather looks like new still.

For me, cloth is more of the pain. Especially light colors, as they easily show water type stains (from rain, sweat, etc.) and require more detailing/cleaning to look good. And not to mention the butt smell after awhile...

As to break in, these engines are fired up at the factory, so just drive it without worry. Read the manual on how to safely break in the engine, if its even required at all. Heres a link to download a PDF version of an owners manual so you can read up on what's required before you make the purchase and drive it home:

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Just click on "Owner manuals" at the left, fill in your year, make, and model and download...its free.

According to the 2014 owners manual, page 208:

"BREAKING-IN
You need to break in new tires for approximately 300 miles
(480 kilometers). During this time, your vehicle may exhibit some unique
driving characteristics. Avoid driving too fast during the first 1000 miles
(1600 kilometers). Vary your speed frequently and change up through
the gears early. Do not labor the engine. Do not tow during the first
1000 miles (1600 kilometers)."
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Yeah but what kind of exhaust should he get? We need to address this asap.

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Roush or slp axel backs lol already got that covered. Way too many exhaust threads.


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Only if it's not taken care of. If your not one to apply some leather conditioner to the leather every month, then for sure get the cloth. I use Lexol on my leather, and after 3 years and 60K miles, the leather looks like new still.

For me, cloth is more of the pain. Especially light colors, as they easily show water type stains (from rain, sweat, etc.) and require more detailing/cleaning to look good. And not to mention the butt smell after awhile...

As to break in, these engines are fired up at the factory, so just drive it without worry. Read the manual on how to safely break in the engine, if its even required at all. Heres a link to download a PDF version of an owners manual so you can read up on what's required before you make the purchase and drive it home:

http://www.fleet.ford.com/maintenance/vin-decoder/

Just click on "Owner manuals" at the left, fill in your year, make, and model and download...its free.

According to the 2014 owners manual, page 208:

"BREAKING-IN
You need to break in new tires for approximately 300 miles
(480 kilometers). During this time, your vehicle may exhibit some unique
driving characteristics. Avoid driving too fast during the first 1000 miles
(1600 kilometers). Vary your speed frequently and change up through
the gears early. Do not labor the engine. Do not tow during the first
1000 miles (1600 kilometers)."



Thanks! I was trying the best way to accomplish these things when I have to drive the car 250miles back home after the purchase. I guess I'll try and change speeds and shift around on the highway a bit.


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I forgot to add to my answer that opinions on break-in vary and some advocate the "drive it like you stole it" method (also suprised no one said it B4 me) choose the method that makes the most sense to you. I did the vary rpm and gradually increased the amount I got on it for the 1st 1k miles but it's old school.

+1 vote for base model but you'll have to swap out speakers. My other suggestion is to get the factory alarm and some type of b/up sensor.
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Only if it's not taken care of. If your not one to apply some leather conditioner to the leather every month, then for sure get the cloth. I use Lexol on my leather, and after 3 years and 60K miles, the leather looks like new still.

For me, cloth is more of the pain. Especially light colors, as they easily show water type stains (from rain, sweat, etc.) and require more detailing/cleaning to look good. And not to mention the butt smell after awhile...

As to break in, these engines are fired up at the factory, so just drive it without worry. Read the manual on how to safely break in the engine, if its even required at all. Heres a link to download a PDF version of an owners manual so you can read up on what's required before you make the purchase and drive it home:

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According to the 2014 owners manual, page 208:

"BREAKING-IN
You need to break in new tires for approximately 300 miles
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driving characteristics. Avoid driving too fast during the first 1000 miles
(1600 kilometers). Vary your speed frequently and change up through
the gears early. Do not labor the engine. Do not tow during the first
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Thanks! I was trying the best way to accomplish these things when I have to drive the car 250miles back home after the purchase. I guess I'll try and change speeds and shift around on the highway a bit.


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I forgot to add to my answer that opinions on break-in vary and some advocate the "drive it like you stole it" method (also suprised no one said it B4 me) choose the method that makes the most sense to you. I did the vary rpm and gradually increased the amount I got on it for the 1st 1k miles but it's old school.

+1 vote for base model but you'll have to swap out speakers. My other suggestion is to get the factory alarm and some type of b/up sensor.

Yea I swapped speakers in the F150 which was pretty simple. I thought they came with a security system. Never needed a backup camera I should be fine without it.

Thanks for all the input everyone!


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the base only has the PATS which is the key chip...no sound alarm it's a pita to install (I know) and anything less than 3'tall can't be seen due to the high rear belt line.

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I agree.

My opinion-You get a fair amount for the price of a premium. Easy cleanup of the interior. Cloth...pills up, stretches out, wears thin more quickly than cloth. They both wear though.

Mine is a premium with the comfort group as the only option.
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For what it's worth, you can get a base equipped with Bluetooth/SNYC.

Well I found the base model with the sync and tech package. It was the only one I could find between 11 different dealerships. And it was in the color I wanted... Guess I lucked out.




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I agree.

My opinion-You get a fair amount for the price of a premium. Easy cleanup of the interior. Cloth...pills up, stretches out, wears thin more quickly than cloth. They both wear though.

Mine is a premium with the comfort group as the only option.

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Meant "more quickly than leather" in my last post . no edit...
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