That's moving out ....... Congrats !
I bet they sure will. 117 mph is about an 11.50 et!!!!!When a converter comes out these are going to really move...I want a 5.0...
wouldnt say that until they beat the Z06.which frankly i dont see happening stock for stockDamn.....Ford has laid down the gauntlet!!!!!!
29k vs 70k, really??wouldnt say that until they beat the Z06.which frankly i dont see happening stock for stock
what about the GT, won't that run with a z06?very true about the price,but ford has yet to make a car to match the z06,not even the zr1,the z06.trust me im no chevy lover,just wondering when ford is gonna make a car that can do it all.and not be to heavy
The 2009 Corvette Z06 posts some pretty gaudy numbers in its own right. Power is provided by the LS7 engine. It measures 7.0 liters, which translates into roughly 427 cubic inches of displacement-magical numbers for old school, Chevy buffs. The LS7 generates 505 horsepower @ 6,300 rpm, and 470 lb.-ft. of torque @ 4,800 rpm. Those numbers lead to these numbers: 0-60 mph in 3.7 seconds; a quarter mile time of 11.7 seconds @ 125 mph; top speed 198 mph
The improved launch and smooth Second gear exchange got us to the stripe in 10.870 seconds at 134.14 mph. We were in the 10s with 4,120 pounds of Shelby Mustang in full street trim, and with the engine gulping 93-octane pump gas.
Today, you can spend upwards of $80,000, but you get 725-emission-legal horsepower, 10-second clockings, amazing handling, and have air conditioning and your favorite CDs, too. Thank you, Mr. Shelby.