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Old 08-19-2016, 04:43 PM   #36
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The finish is the same as the rims on my car, mine just have some road dirt.


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Hi,
I'm looking for a 2017 and the one I've found is at Sarasota Ford. It sounds like they treated you pretty well. Can you recommend a salesman?
I live In Brevard County but will drive over for the right price.
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Ask for salesman "O" and the sales manager is Ian (the deal maker)


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So let me get this straight...
the 2015's did not have them.
the 2016's did have them, now...
the 2017's do not have them again?

Wondering why they removed them?
1. You could really only see the driver's side.
2. It was a distraction from driving.
3. Complete waste of money.
I have a Ruby Red 2015 GT Premium 50th Anniversary and I didn't know why they added those turn signal lights to the heat extractors. To me it's a waste. I do wish that the heat extractors actually extracted much more underhood heat. Maybe that's why they removed the turn signals. Anything that keeps more heat underhood can't be good. 000They don't seem to be very effective. Even when mine was stock, the incoming air temp was always high. Now that I've added the Roush charger it's insane. I also can't understand why the Roush package doesn't seem to have an actual cold air intake included as part of the kit. I know the intercooler helps, but a true ram-air effect cold air setup would definitely benefit the intake charge and help to generate that much more power.
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Ford should add the Shelby fenders (hockey sticks) to the GT to allow better air flow.


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Ford should add the Shelby fenders (hockey sticks) to the GT to allow better air flow.
They probably will just as the GT500 bumper made its way to the 13-14's.

And a lot of the Boss 302 engine parts worked their way in to the 15-17's engine.

I would think a lot of the GT350 parts will work their way in to the next generation GT's... MAYBE JUST MAYBE even the flat plane crank!

and then GT500 will come along at 700hp with a completely different look and way more hp.
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