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Old 06-29-2015, 07:50 PM   #176
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Yeah don't worry about what other people think, enjoy your nice mustang man! And when you can and if you still want to jump to a gt when it's affordable
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Yeah not so much performance but I love that v8 sound lol. Plus I got my v6 for a really good price


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Attachment 186170 Most females can't tell the deference between a V8 and a V6 or even a V4 mustang lol.


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I was actually in the same situation like the OP. Got my V6 last January and was kind of regretting it. Then I thought about it, I get cheaper insurance, gas, and lower monthly payments. I get to spend my money on other things and not all in the car. Also, the 305 hp is enough for my daily driving. I love my Mustang V6.
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I was actually in the same situation like the OP. Got my V6 last January and was kind of regretting it. Then I thought about it, I get cheaper insurance, gas, and lower monthly payments. I get to spend my money on other things and not all in the car. Also, the 305 hp is enough for my daily driving. I love my Mustang V6.

Especially for us that we live in CA dealing with traffic, do you ever attend car meets here in so cal ? I love most mustangs not a fan of the early v6's with the ugly mufflers and unattractive rims. I wouldn't want to own an older v6 mustang.


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I was actually in the same situation like the OP. Got my V6 last January and was kind of regretting it. Then I thought about it, I get cheaper insurance, gas, and lower monthly payments. I get to spend my money on other things and not all in the car. Also, the 305 hp is enough for my daily driving. I love my Mustang V6.
I will say any V6/Ecoboost owner that doesn't have the occasional bit of regret over their choice is not much of a car person but we need a "like" button so I could hit it for this post.

of course it helps that RACE RED is the fastest color.
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Haven't heard too many people going from a 5.0 to a 3.7?????????????? Why did you get rid of the 5.0 for a 3.7?

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I will say any V6/Ecoboost owner that doesn't have the occasional bit of regret over their choice is not much of a car person but we need a "like" button so I could hit it for this post.

of course it helps that RACE RED is the fastest color.
I'm not much of a car guy. I don't have the occasional regret about buying my 3.7. I do regret not getting the leather seats option. 😆

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not even the occasional regret?

know I ain't trying to insult.
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For not much of a car guy you sure do defend the V6 a lot. Well I guess someone has to do it.
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I will say any V6/Ecoboost owner that doesn't have the occasional bit of regret over their choice is not much of a car person but we need a "like" button so I could hit it for this post.

of course it helps that RACE RED is the fastest color.
I would say that is what separates 'car guys' from 'mustang guys'. If you go into the purchase with 'I want a mustang that is loud and gets noticed' then of course you wont be happy with a V6/ ecoboost. But if you decide what performance you want from a car and evaluate a V6 mustang based on performance and not based on what a Mustang historically is suppose to be its easier to be satisfied with the purchase or at least I know I was.

Prior to my car I had a 370z and was happy with the performance but wanted more room and started having a few issues with it so after looking I decided on a V6 mustang. If you look at strictly performance the V6 mustang is closer to a 370Z then a V8 Mustang as well as other cars in that category like the BRZ, WRX, Civic Si, etc. It's impressive that Fords 'base model' Mustang can compare with other brands performance lines. I've always said and will say the Coyote mustang and V6/ Ecoboost are in completely different categories and aside from sharing the emblem on it dont have much else in common. At the end of the day I bought my car for the performance it offered relative to the total price and not because it had a 'Mustang' sticker on it. If the pony was replaced with 'Pinto' or 'focus' I would have still bought it.
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+1 on performance to $ value. I got the base model with performance pack only and for the $22K (new/ No trade in) it is a great performance bargain made in USA. I would have considered the BRZ but were just about to be released and the 370/WRX were V8 priced.

forgot to mention if I fit in a Miata......but @ 6'3"+ it just ain't realistic even for a nice day toy.
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did I mess up by buying a v6?

I had a 350Z, didn't really care for it. I love my mustang a lot more than that thing. I'd love to have a 300ZX TT, that would be awesome to drive. Trick is to find one that hasn't had the guts beaten out of it.


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V6 with a Procharger? Might as well just get the V8 I guess unless you still need the mileage and V6 insurance if you are truly wanting the power.

That said, the Cyclone is no slouch. Plenty of them in the 12s all motor and much faster with the blowers. Don't get me started on the turbo ones...

Remember, just a few years ago a 300hp Mustang WAS the GT...
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Exactly the 2010 GT packed the same amount of horse power as a v6


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not even the occasional regret?

know I ain't trying to insult.
No sir. Nothing to regret on my end. I have an iconic mustang. 😉 Maybe someday my priorities will change and it will mean the world to me to own a V8 mustang. Then I will buy one. Its never been a goal of mine as of yet.

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For not much of a car guy you sure do defend the V6 a lot. Well I guess someone has to do it.
Based on Strange Mud definition, I'm not a car guy. So based on this definition, I'm saying I am not a car guy because that's Muds definition.

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I didn't mean it as an insult, just messing with ya.


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I didn't mean it as an insult, just messing with ya.


If everything seems under control, you're not going fast enough.
Ha ha ha. I know bro. I was just making fun of muds not car guy definition. 😆😷


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I would say that is what separates 'car guys' from 'mustang guys'. If you go into the purchase with 'I want a mustang that is loud and gets noticed' then of course you wont be happy with a V6/ ecoboost. But if you decide what performance you want from a car and evaluate a V6 mustang based on performance and not based on what a Mustang historically is suppose to be its easier to be satisfied with the purchase or at least I know I was.

History dictates that a 6 cylinder has been an option since the first Mustang came out, so the 6 cylinder currently is a historical option. By contrast, in 1953, a V8 wasn't available for Corvettes. Does that mean post 1953 Corvettes aren't really what a Corvette is supposed to be?


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Just FYI to all. Find a 2011 V6 auto with low-ish miles (like 50k) for $14-$16k, drop this baby on and hope your sphincter can clench tight enough.


Right off the bat, obviously the Coyote is the monster and the ceiling is way higher and running an aftermarket turbo is not for everyone (in that case get the procharger). However... I am still eyeing the 2014 Cyclone PP auto my wife's aunt has on lease and is coming off lease in the next 2 years. That's about the time I'm going to need a new DD and a lot of my debt will be dunzo.
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History dictates that the V6 has been an option since the first Mustang came out, so the V6 currently is a historical option. By contrast, in 1953, a V8 wasn't available for Corvettes. Does that mean post 1953 Corvettes aren't really what a Corvette is supposed to be?


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Not to be a jerk, but a v6 mustang has not been available since the first mustang came out. Those were straight 6 torque beasts. I know where your post was going and understand it but a straight 6 is not a v6 and they are completely different beasts.


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Not to be a jerk, but a v6 mustang has not been available since the first mustang came out. Those were straight 6 torque beasts. I know where your post was going and understand it but a straight 6 is not a v6 and they are completely different beasts.


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History dictates that a 6 cylinder has been an option since the first Mustang came out, so the 6 cylinder currently is a historical option. By contrast, in 1953, a V8 wasn't available for Corvettes. Does that mean post 1953 Corvettes aren't really what a Corvette is supposed to be?


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Good point but I guess fit the general publics view of what a mustang should be would be a better way to phrase it.


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That is what's beautiful about a mustang. There is a model that fits many different wants and needs. Many mustang consumers are not hard core race enthusiasts that care about a car doing the 1/4 mile in 11.5 seconds or a better platform because the engine can hold 32,000 rwhp on factory internals.

Many consumers want a sharp looking American pony car that has good acceleration by their standard and good MPG's. Many consumers don't care how many cylinders the car has!

I am the worlds defender of the 3.7 V6 model.
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Not to mention you put the average person (like my wife's aunt) behind a Cyclone and they're like "holy ****" when they are used to like... a 200hp 4 banger sedan whatever. Put them behind a tuned auto Cyclone and forget it.

Still, this is not be saying the Coyote isn't a much better motor, but the Cyclone I think never quite threw off the "lol V6" stigma from the Mustang world and now with the Eco out that already comes with a power adder right from the factory... Too bad that the Cyclone didn't come out earlier and last longer. Don't see it being available past the 16/17 MY...
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Just got my 2012 3.7 few weeks ago very happy with it so far. I really don't care about the oh it's a 6 thing .All i know with 305 hp and my mpt 93 performance tune i believe it will surprise a few v8s out there
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Its all about how much performance does someone want, can afford or willing to pay even if they can afford it.

3.7 = good performance and acceleration

5.0 = better performance and acceleration over 3.7.

Gt500 = better performance and acceleration over 5.0

Super Snake = better performance and acceleration over Gt500.

All about how much performance someone wants.

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If they could make the V6 sound as good as the V8, I think a lot of people would be quite happy with the 6. I have nothing against the 6, but nothing sounds like that 'Merican V8.
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History dictates that a 6 cylinder has been an option since the first Mustang came out, so the 6 cylinder currently is a historical option. By contrast, in 1953, a V8 wasn't available for Corvettes. Does that mean post 1953 Corvettes aren't really what a Corvette is supposed to be?
The Corvette nearly died before the changeover to the V-8 saved it. Even today 1955 Corvettes are worth quite a bit more than 1954's.
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did I mess up by buying a v6?

Kona, you forgot the 1000 that's the top dog. Then again that's a $200K mustang.


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History dictates that a 6 cylinder has been an option since the first Mustang came out, so the 6 cylinder currently is a historical option. By contrast, in 1953, a V8 wasn't available for Corvettes. Does that mean post 1953 Corvettes aren't really what a Corvette is supposed to be?


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That is what's beautiful about a mustang. There is a model that fits many different wants and needs. Many mustang consumers are not hard core race enthusiasts that care about a car doing the 1/4 mile in 11.5 seconds or a better platform because the engine can hold 32,000 rwhp on factory internals.

Many consumers want a sharp looking American pony car that has good acceleration by their standard and good MPG's. Many consumers don't care how many cylinders the car has!

I am the worlds defender of the 3.7 V6 model.

You would be surprised by the number of people who know what a GT is and more specifically I have been asked at drive thru's, at stoplights etc "Hey, that's a Coyote, right?"
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Kona, you forgot the 1000 that's the top dog. Then again that's a $200K mustang.


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Your right, I forgot about the 1000. Lol. Even more performance than the Super Snake. 👍😷

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You would be surprised by the number of people who know what a GT is and more specifically I have been asked at drive thru's, at stoplights etc "Hey, that's a Coyote, right?"
Same here sir. 👍

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We should rename this thread

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Sorry op. You no longer own this thread

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