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Cars > Challenges > “IMACHU2” Vs “2007GT”

 

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Bayport, New York
United States

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2007GT

M–37
Maryville, Tennessee
United States

 

2004 Ford Mustang Mach 1

“IMACHU2”

2007 Ford Mustang GT

“2007GT”

 
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Photo of: 2007 Ford Mustang
 

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About “IMACHU2”

Ls1 killer

About “2007GT”

My new 2007 Premium Edition Mustang GT
After finding out that the mustang assembly line was down for retooling for the 2008 models I had to really look hard to find this car with all the options I wanted. I had planned on getting basically this car but without the rear spoiler and hood scoop as I had other plans for those areas but I think I will leave them on for a while. So far the car has been a blast and the 4.10 gears really are worth it. I have to wash the car about every three days but I really loved the black on black.

 

Specs for “IMACHU2”

No specifications listed.

Specs for “2007GT”

Exterior Dimensions
Wheelbase (in.) 107.01
Length (in.) 187.6; 188.0 (GT)
Height - empty (in.) 54.4 (Coupe)
Width (in.) 73.9
Tread Width - front/rear (in.) 62.8/63.0
62.3 (GT)



Interior Dimensions
Head Room - front/rear (in.) 38.6/34.7
Shoulder Room - front/rear (in.) 55.4/53.4
Hip Room - front/rear (in.) 53.6/46.8
Leg Room - front/rear (in.) 42.7/30.3




Capacities: Passengers, Luggage, Fuel
Seating Capacity 4
Passenger Volume (cu. ft.) 97.8 (Coupe)
Trunk Volume (cu. ft.) 13.1 (Coupe)
Fuel Capacity (gal.) 16



Engine Specifications
Mustang GT
Engine Type 4.6L OHV 24V V8
Engine Electronics EEV-V
Displacement 4.6L (281 cu. in.)
Horsepower (SAE net @ rpm) 300 @ 5750
Torque (lb.-ft. @ rpm) 320 @ 4500
Compression Ratio 9.8:1
Bore and Stroke (in.) 3.6 X 3.6
Main Bearings 5
Valve Lifters Hydraulic with Roller Finger Followers
Fuel Delivery Sequential Multi-port Electronic Fuel Injection
Recommended Fuel Unleaded Regular
Exhaust Dual, Stainless Steel Dual
Fuel Economy 17 city/25 hwy w/manual
Transmission Type TR3650 5-Speed Manual (standard)
Engine block material Aluminum
Cylinder head material Cast Aluminum



Chassis Specifications
Mustang GT
Front Suspension MacPherson Struts with Reverse "L" Lower Control Arms, Stabilizer Bar
Rear Suspension Constant-Rate Coil Springs, 3-Link Design with Panhard Rod
Shocks Absorbers Hydraulic Gas-Pressurized, Outboard-Mounted
Brakes Power 4-Wheel Disc; Available Anti-Lock System with Traction Control
Steering Power Rack-and-Pinion

 

Factory Options for “IMACHU2”

No factory options listed.

Factory Options for “2007GT”

GT Premium
GT appearance package
Interior upgrade package
4.10 gears
Shaker 1000 audio package
Sirus satellite radio
Heated driver and passenger seats
Chrome exhaust tips

 

Mods for “IMACHU2”

No modifications listed.

Mods for “2007GT”

Front headlight, foglight and rear taillight blackouts.
Lisense plate blackout.
State of Tennessee legal window tint.
Ford Racing Power Upgrade Package
Ford Racing Handling Pack


Planned Mods:
2008 Super Snake bodykit
Kenny Bell supercharger and possible engine upgrades to support the extra HP if the 5.4 liter isnt cost effective.
Suspension Upgrade
Front break upgrade

Wish list:
Complete 5.4 liter swap with supercharger and 6 speed tranny

 

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Points for IMACHU2 Total Votes Points for 2007GT
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