You freakin said it manHeh -- I'd drop off the "normal key" in the trash can at the dealership.
That would be too [email protected] cool if Dodge did that. That lopey idle....so good.Ford really does it right for the enthusiast. Their support of hot rodding to the customer honestly makes me want to buy a Mustang. Knowing they support this stuff just gives me warm fuzzies.
Dodge could really learn a few things here.
Do they race there every year? I need to check that out if so. Going to Jackson is good. Going there and being able to race would be great.Got to take a hot lap in a new stang race off road model at Jackson this past Friday. Very quick car, kept right on the tail of a ZR1 with about 300more hp than the stang.
Handling was unreal too.
The boss looks very nice in person too.
Hope Mopar would step it up a noth like back in the day to be more on the edge.
Rid 400 lbs and add a 426 would about do it.
I believe California emissions is still holding things up, so who knows when or if it will be released. I would think (but i don't know) there would be some aftermarket tunning available for the boss.I owned a 2009 SRT and the 2011 IE 392 and was quite happy with them and Chrysler....BUT. My 2011 was on it's way to Houston for some Hennessy upgrades but was told that Chrysler will not support it with the codes to allow this to happen. I loved that car but now that Chrysler turned a wonderful can into a P.O.C. I got rid of it and got that Boss 302 Laguna Seca Mustang. Now Ford seems to be blowing off the release of the Track Key Availability date. Do any of you guys know when this will happen? First it was August then September and now October...Thanks
Interesting that they advertise the track key, someone goes and buys the Laguna Seca edition, and then it doesn't come with the Track Key. I'd call false advertisement on this and I'd want a refund.
So in reality, the Laguna Seca just turned into a 5.0L Mustang with a rear seat delete and a suspension upgrade....