Originally Posted by Guard 5.0
Dang, really? There is quite a bit of cowl flex on our 2015 GT convertible with the standard suspension. So, I always thought Ford avoided having even more flex if the PP were offered.
I wonder if they added more stiffeners to the chassis for the 2016 so they could offer the PP on the 'vert?
So, this is what they are saying:
"Finally, Ford is offering a Performance Package for the Mustang GT convertible with the manual transmission, similar to the kit available for the fastback but catered to the drop-top. The package includes upgraded suspension, Brembo brakes, 19-inch black-painted alloys, a larger radiator, strut tower brace and K-brace, retuned electronics, a Torsen limited slip differential, machine-turned aluminum instrument panel, a new splitter and the removal of the rear spoiler"
I am sure with all the nice mods out there if there is a flex issue that is not addressed by the above, it can be taken care of.
My 2012 GT/CS 'vert with all the mods and the Bama tune is pretty quick and I don't notice any flex at all. I just don't want an AT anymore.... BTW Guard was my second choice on color...it's unique.