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Everyone remember the 727hp Mustang for under $40k??

Discussion in 'General Mustang Discussion' started by Mach1Mark, Apr 13, 2017.

  1. Mach1Mark

    Mach1Mark Ramrod extraordinaire Donator

  2. Gigantopithecus

    Gigantopithecus Well-Known Member

    This speaks to my inner ricer.

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  3. Mach1Mark

    Mach1Mark Ramrod extraordinaire Donator

    My supervisor at work (a Camaro guy) sent me the link yesterday. I was thinking all afternoon about how great it would be to get a new(er) Mustang convertible and install this performance package. Horsepower like a Shelby for half price !! And it wouldn't LOOK like a Shelby . . . talk about a sleeper !!
  4. Gigantopithecus

    Gigantopithecus Well-Known Member

    The more I see of the 2018, the more I want one.

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  5. 3175375

    3175375 Well-Known Member

    I have not seen this beast. Can you post a link?
  6. Mach1Mark

    Mach1Mark Ramrod extraordinaire Donator

    The link is in my initial post . . . click on it.
  7. Lightning

    Lightning New Member

    And since its dealer upgrades, a buyer gets the benefit of off the lot 4 cylinder insurance rates.
  8. Boom

    Boom Active Member

    The loss of the factory warranty kills it for me. Maybe if the dealership offered a special warranty through them?
  9. Mach1Mark

    Mach1Mark Ramrod extraordinaire Donator

    If you (or any customer) performed this mod yourself and did it successfully you would also void the factory warrantee. Many people don't realize this fact that unless there has been some vetting of the product by the factory many drivetrain mods void the powertrain warrantee. Since this a mod package offered by a dealer I am sure they have done their own testing but without factory support its a void event. An owner could take their car in for this mod after the powertrain warrantee has expired.
  10. Horseplay

    Horseplay Well-Known Member

    Anecdotal but likely relevant. Back when I had my '02 Roush (full factory warranty) and upgraded it myself by installing a Kenne Bell supercharger by all accounts I voided the warranty. BUT...I got full Ford warranty on the transmission TWICE when it happened to break a few parts ;). I'm sure it helped that I took it to the same dealer where I bought it. The dealer is the front line point of contact for warranty work. A Ford rep does not always have to get involved on site so I'm sure the dealer behind this mustang might be willing to help out a customer should warranty work need done.
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  11. Boom

    Boom Active Member

    Hopefully. I had a Ranger a long while back that I lowered on air ride, the engine blew and the dealership did everything they could not to replace it. Heck, they even got an SVT engineer out to look at it and verify the engine was stock. SO that experience leaves me skeptical.

    In the end I did get a new engine.
  12. kb3

    kb3 Well-Known Member

    I think it would be case by case specific. I know my dealer would do everything possibly to make it right for me. But I reward him by purchasing all of my vehicles from him for many years building a strong relationship.

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