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Old 11-17-2014, 12:12 PM   #1
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2016 Shelby GT350

Badass car. For anyone who hasn't seen it here is the run down (not my words, taken from Road & Track):

"It's finally here. Say hello to the all-new 2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350, which picks up where the the 2013 Boss 302 left off, and positions itself to be best-ever example of the ponycar, period.

The outgoing Shelby GT500 was all about violent, face-flattening velocity, teaming 662 upercharged horses with a solid rear axle. Ford’s newest Shelby takes an entirely different approach. Based on the latest “S550” Mustang chassis, it wears a fully independent rear suspension and builds on that with magnetorheological dampers, unique, aero-uber-alles bodywork, and a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V8 with the long-rumored flat-plane crankshaft. It’s a thoroughly modern pony built for racetracks with apexes instead of those with burnout boxes. For the latter, the Dodge Boys have options if you're interested.

A 5.2-liter all-motor monster

The V8 engine skips forced induction entirely in favor of a sky-high redline—there’s no official number yet, but since this should outdo the Boss 302, we figure 8000+ rpm—and that fancy flat-plane crank, like you might find in a Ferrari. For those unfamiliar, a flat crankshaft design involves attaching the crank pins at 180-degree intervals rather than the usual 90; this allows for a firing order that bounces back and forth between the two cylinder banks with little to no overlap in exhaust pulses.

The engine breathes better as a result, and Ford says that this 5.2 is the most powerful naturally aspirated engine the company has ever produced. Final output is still under wraps, but Ford says we should expect more than 500 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque. For comparison, the Boss 302 made 444 horses and 380 lb-ft from a naturally aspirated 5.0-liter V8, and the new Mustang GT gets 435 and 400 from its updated 5.0.

If there’s anything flat-crank engines are known for beyond big revs and a bunch of power, it’s their unique sound. On this point, Ford promises we won’t be disappointed: “Make no mistake, this is an American interpretation of a flat-plane crankshaft V8, and the 5.2-liter produces a distinctive, throaty howl.” The only transmission this engine can be paired with is a six-speed manual. Output is then routed to a standard-equipment Torsen limited-slip differential; a diff cooler can be ordered, and it feeds on airflow directed from the rear diffuser.

Magnetic ride control and big, beefy brakes

As mentioned, the new Shelby features MagneRide, Ford’s first-ever application of the continuously controlled magnetorheological damping system. This setup alters shock stiffness at each corner independently every 10 milliseconds based on the car’s yaw angle and suspension load. The GT350 joins various General Motors vehicles—including the Corvette and the Camaro ZL1—the Audi TT and R8, and multiple Ferraris in offering the technology. In the Shelby, the suspension can be cycled through five modes, which also control steering effort, throttle sensitivity, the exhaust, and programming of the ABS and traction- and stability-control systems.

Compared with the regular Mustang GT, the Shelby has tweaked springs and bushings, a wider front track, and a ride height lowered by an as-yet-unspecified amount. The new Mustang is already a stiff piece, but Ford says rigidity is bolstered here by an injection-molded carbon-fiber-composite grille surround—yes, really, although we’re a bit dubious of its effectiveness—and an optional lightweight strut-tower brace.

Unlike the carbon-ceramic-brake-equipped Camaro Z/28, Ford opted for two-piece iron rotors with aluminum hats for the GT350. They ought to deliver stupefying deceleration all the same, as they measure 15.5 inches up front and 15.0 inches at the rear. Six-piston Brembo calipers squeeze the front discs, while four-piston units are installed at the rear. The new Shelby rolls on 19-inch aluminum wheels—10.5 inches wide up front and 11 inches wide out back; ultra-sticky Michelin Pilot Super Sport rubber with a GT350-specific tread face, sidewall construction, and compound is standard.

As for aesthetics, every body panel forward of the A-pillar is unique to the GT350, with a lower, steeper aluminum hood designed to more tightly hug the engine below. A large central heat extractor maximizes underhood airflow and is said to reduce front-end lift.

The rest of the story, for now...

Aluminum front fenders with larger flares cover the Shelby’s wider rolling stock, while inner and outer fender venting extracts air from the wheel wells and sends it down the car’s flanks. Inlets in the front fascia send air to the front brakes and—with the available Track Pack—to optional coolers for the transmission and engine oil. An aggressive Shelby-labeled front splitter will help downforce and make parking-lot curbing a headache. There’s a low-profile decklid spoiler, an underbelly aero tray, and the aforementioned rear diffuser, too.

Inside, Recaro sport seats and a flat-bottom steering wheel remove all doubt as to the car's mission, and the instrument panel sports reduced brightwork to cut down on glare. An optional Tech Pack brings power seat adjustment and leather upholstery, dual-zone automatic climate control, upgraded Shaker audio, and the eight-inch MyFord Touch infotainment screen.

The 2016 Mustang GT benchmarked the old Boss 302 during its development, and the all-new pony delivered on that promise, jousting with Porsche and Ferrari as a finalist in our 2015 Performance Car of the Year testing. The Shelby GT350 is set to redefine everything we ever knew about not just the Mustang, but pony cars in general—Z/28 be damned. We don't normally advocate the sale of internal organs, but hey, if still you have both kidneys..."



2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 unveiled, ready to hunt Z/28s - Road & Track

Looks like Ford finally took my advice and put in a magnetic ride control lol. Super excited to see how this stacks up against the Z/28 and other higher end exotics.
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Wonder what transmission they are using?
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All we know so far is a speed manual. I want to hear how the engine sounds with a flat plane crank


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Hopefully it's not over 60k. I will take 65. But not anymore.

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All we know so far is a speed manual. I want to hear how the engine sounds with a flat plane crank


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With aftermarket exhaust I should have said. Since it won't stay stock in almost any car


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Watch "2016 Ford Mustang gt350" on YouTube
2016 Ford Mustang gt350: http://youtu.be/6ktup2kXLwk

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It's going to be $60k+ no doubt. Simply cannot justify that price for a Mustang, I don't care how cray cray that is... Wonder if a de-tuned 5.2L is going to be going into the 2017 refresh of the regular Mustang GT tho. Would make sense to introduce a hopped up version for the GT350 and then make it available a year later on the regular unit sort of like Chevy does with the Vette/Camaro.
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It's going to be $60k+ no doubt. Simply cannot justify that price for a Mustang, I don't care how cray cray that is... Wonder if a de-tuned 5.2L is going to be going into the 2017 refresh of the regular Mustang GT tho. Would make sense to introduce a hopped up version for the GT350 and then make it available a year later on the regular unit sort of like Chevy does with the Vette/Camaro.

If it is up to par with the Z28 and costs less then I'd say it's still worth it. $60k is brand new GT500 territory and this is so much more car than a GT500. Especially since it may be battling with the C7 and exotics.

They used more aluminum and even some Carbon fiber in this car, and the magnetic suspension. This is one of the first few Fords where I think a $60k price tag would be justified.


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I will buy it, cams, heads, e85, full exhaust. Looking at over 600 at the ground NA. Then a little gas on top of that

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Not going to buy a C6 Grand Sport? I mean what just a cam swap for a million HP right? :O
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Not going to buy a C6 Grand Sport? I mean what just a cam swap for a million HP right? :O
I would rather have this over a vette. Plus my dad is buying a c7 so 1 vette is enough lol.

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I will buy it, cams, heads, e85, full exhaust. Looking at over 600 at the ground NA. Then a little gas on top of that

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It's a built road racing car though. You gotta at least do a little bit of what it's built for lol


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Just to bad the gt350 does not have the aluminum frame

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It's a built road racing car though. You gotta at least do a little bit of what it's built for lol


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I will hit the u - turn under the highway at 60 lol,
Honestly I would have to go hit a road course or 2 with it.

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It would just be bad *** to see 600+ at the ground NA on this motor. Thats over 2 hp per cubic inch to the flywheel. And verry possibly to get 2 hp per cubic inch at the tires hopefully.

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It would just be bad *** to see 600+ at the ground NA on this motor. Thats over 2 hp per cubic inch to the flywheel. And verry possibly to get 2 hp per cubic inch at the tires hopefully.

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Supposed to be 8-9k rpm stock. Do some more valvetrain work and get it to 10k lol
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Supposed to be 8-9k rpm stock. Do some more valvetrain work and get it to 10k lol
That would be nasty. Especially with a long gear. 70 mph in first, depending on what transmission they go with. It will probably be the TR- 6060.

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Spy shots show the Getrag shift pattern tho...
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Spy shots show the Getrag shift pattern tho...
Dam didn't catch that one, only seen the outside.

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Spy shots show the Getrag shift pattern tho...
Hopefully its something besides the MT82
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I doubt it will be, it's going to be a tremec I'm sure.

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Is there a Tremec currently or in the works that has reverse in the top left?
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^ not that I'm aware of, hopefully they just put that shifter knob, on purpose lol.

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Lol that would be an ******* bait and switch move by Ford and one that I would totally do if I was them.
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All it needs is a HUD and TR6060 and I'm sold. I will start saving up lol


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I wonder if they got rid of the MacPherson front set up for an SLA. Hopefully but probably not


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I wonder if they got rid of the MacPherson front set up for an SLA. Hopefully but probably not


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If they are truly 100% serious they will have done it. If not its a failure on the front suspension no matter how much crazy **** they stuff into it.
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It's a tremec, 3160

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Looks cool. I would rather have a h/c/i vette 😄


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Or men in the middle of a mid life crisis...
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Just looked up the 3160. Seems like a solid trans and only 100lbs or so too. Ratios are:

5.00 3.74 3.35 4.10
3.09 2.38 1.99 2.20
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0.74 0.66 0.60 0.74

My guess is they will roll with the 2nd ratio with the 1.00 5th and .66 OD for a purpose built road racer. Although they could always pair the 1st gearset with a lower overall rear drive gear with that 5.00 1st...


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