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Old 05-02-2018, 09:56 AM
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I will read your reluctance to address the casualty count for that group as a number higher than two.
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Originally Posted by mikeinatlanta View Post
One has to admit that Ford's decision to make all three motors so close in terms of acceleration has added an interesting dynamic here. The other brands have a much clearer engine hierarchy. I'll bet the decision makers over this are patting themselves on the back about right now.
IMO all three engines are good in its own own right. The 2.7EB for decent low end grunt and great economy. The 5.0 that pulls hard right up to the red line and that incredible sound that only V8 can produce. The 3.5EB for stump pulling low end. Kudos to Ford for giving us so many choices.

If I had the money I would have one of each.

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Originally Posted by OCMike View Post
IMO all three engines are good in its own own right. The 2.7EB for decent low end grunt and great economy. The 5.0 that pulls hard right up to the red line and that incredible sound that only V8 can produce. The 3.5EB for stump pulling low end. Kudos to Ford for giving us so many choices.

If I had the money I would have one of each.

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That sums it up perfectly!
My best memories were in that 85 reg cab with an 8 ft bed and the 300ci straight six... Everything was so simple.

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Originally Posted by OCMike View Post
IMO all three engines are good in its own own right. The 2.7EB for decent low end grunt and great economy. The 5.0 that pulls hard right up to the red line and that incredible sound that only V8 can produce. The 3.5EB for stump pulling low end. Kudos to Ford for giving us so many choices.

If I had the money I would have one of each.

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Amen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Well, to add to this ridiculous discussion, I haven't had to look at mustang tail lights, other than the track, no one runs 1/4 miles at the stoplight grand prix. Only faster stangs at the track around here are supercharged, and in most cases GT500's
And their owners, well the stock ones anyhow, are just as clueless as above.
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