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01-11-2018 01:47 AM
germeezy1
Re: Is this what a LincStang will compete with?

The LincStang can not possibly compete with 2 cars that are not competitors. The DB11, and LC500 despite being GT cars are separated by a gaping chasm in many areas. In this space because Lincoln has been absent for so long they will need to offer a 6 series level car for 4 series money.
01-08-2018 01:48 AM
2b2
upto 11[eleven]: Is this what a STARstang will compete with?


12-18-2017 05:26 PM
2b2
Re: Is this what a STARstang will compete with?

* bump // "re-gifting" this-olde-thread *

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Originally Posted by 2b2 View Post
ALEX On AUTOS
rather than wade thru an equivalent of what's really "an auto-fixation rant" filled with googled-phrases that got them kicked out of remedial writing-class,
I'll take plain-speech and excellent organizational & explanatory skills with a gift for knowing the best ways (and comparos) to help one feel they were "along for the ride"

@ Alex!!
"FR3 & FR4" [email protected] crossreferences:
STARstang thread;
Wing's original "crack the code" post, 2nd "crack" thread, & IN the CEO thread: Topnotch's "Fusion-to-China" post
& the entire [Asian Comp Section]
for Stinger, new Q50 VR3.0tt + QX50 magic-compression VC2.0t, 'LINCOLN'-G70, & others...
.
11-19-2015 05:42 PM
2b2
Re: Is this what a LincStang will compete with?

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Originally Posted by Bloggin View Post
...but Lincoln keeps being very clear about NOT being a performance brand...
400hpMKZ hot-rod-lincoln.html


video clip

10-31-2015 11:38 PM
2b2
Re: Is this what a LincStang will compete with?

the 6er is Such a MusStang-CLONE imho

for the LincStang 2door, just make it a hard'vert/coupecabrio
10-31-2015 11:20 PM
Bloggin
Re: Is this what a LincStang will compete with?

Or this.....



10-25-2015 06:13 PM
SP1966
Re: Is this what a LincStang will compete with?

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Originally Posted by wingsnut View Post
Sp,
last I checked, the base V8's with manual are listed at 35lbs difference.
I was going based upon the C&D reviews which pegged the diff at 90lbs.
10-25-2015 04:54 PM
wingsnut
Re: Is this what a LincStang will compete with?

Sp,
last I checked, the base V8's with manual are listed at 35lbs difference.
10-25-2015 04:06 PM
SP1966
Re: Is this what a LincStang will compete with?

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Originally Posted by jpd80 View Post
While Gt Mustang and SS Camaro are close, it's the other variations that show up the difference
between the two more clearly, the 2.0T LT1 is 3345 lbs, approx 200 lbs lighter than Ecoboost
so I'm left thinking that that the 2.0T may beat Ecoboost The V6 Mustang is about 100 lbs
heavier and about 30 hp shy of the V6 Camaro, and nearly a second slower.
The GT with an automatic is 90lbs heavier than the SS with an auto so the 35lbs number we've been hearing is off by a bit. The 90lbs isn't the end of the world, but combined with the big ass engines GM uses it'll be tough to overcome when you're down over a liter in displacement.
10-25-2015 09:01 AM
wingsnut
Re: Is this what a LincStang will compete with?

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Originally Posted by jpd80 View Post
While Gt Mustang and SS Camaro are close, it's the other variations that show up the difference
between the two more clearly, the 2.0T LT1 is 3345 lbs, approx 200 lbs lighter than Ecoboost
so I'm left thinking that that the 2.0T may beat Ecoboost The V6 Mustang is about 100 lbs
heavier and about 30 hp shy of the V6 Camaro, and nearly a second slower.
I had to double check those numbers, and you are right on the I4 weights. Interesting. I mean, obviously it's not just engine weight that is the contributor, as the engines themselves are both essentially about the same size, aluminum, twin cam, single turbo, etc. So it must mostly be how they are packaged that makes up most of that weight, I think. I4 in Camaro is base, where Mustang is an upgrade. Or not. Mustang still undercuts it in price. I am curious how sales will pan out for both.
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