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Haha. OUCH, although I'm sure it's not like Ferrari's never ever had a single recall... unless it hasn't?
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Not only potential cracking in a suspension control arm. Also Ford is quietly contact individually and instruct them not to drive their vehicle under any circumstance do to the fuel system. Link
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Not only potential cracking in a suspension control arm. Also Ford is quietly contact individually and instruct them not to drive their vehicle under any circumstance do to the fuel system. Link
Wow. Individually contacted about getting a new fuel tank. Sucks to be a GT owner.
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Wow. Individually contacted about getting a new fuel tank. Sucks to be a GT owner.
huh!? even with these recalls, i would love to own one
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Typical Ford.
I'd like to be mad, argue against this, have some ground to fight back about such a comment, but yes this is Ford and no I don't believe they really do the best they can to over engineer cars. I don't think (USA) Gm and Ford get it at all. I think they are dead companies waiting to be taken over by time even though their euro divisions show impressive ideas.
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Well I'd say none of you know anyone who owns a expensive Ferrari... plain and simple.

They break ALL the time... my friends dad owned 12. They were always in the shop. He drove a domestic to work because he got stranded too many times. They are his weekend warriors.

Your just expected to eat the cost on the bad manufacturing /w high end vehicles... Europe does not have the same regulations we have. (athough they are catching up)


example:
A major flaw /w Lamborghini is if you get on the brakes too hard in a new vehicles the system can cause the car to start on fire. Has happened 5-6 time that I know of. Granted lamborghini did purchase the drivers new cars... i think someone even posted pics of one of them on here awhile back.

So easy to pick on companies that do make their problems public.... (im not saying the problems aren't big issues)


While it'd be nice to get a perfect product, not 100% of all problems can be predicted without road time.
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A two ton conglomerate of metal and carbon fibre does not naturally go 200 miles per hour. When you do the unnatural for a thrill, things will occasionally blow up and bad stuff will ensue. I don't know why people expect that fact to change.

If this happened to a Civic, I can see the "OMG!" reaction. But it's not as fitting here. I wish exotics were as practical and as extensively debugged as a Camry, but then they wouldn't be exotic, now would they?
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Originally Posted by goldmemberer
.. I wish exotics were as practical and as extensively debugged as a Camry, but then they wouldn't be exotic, now would they?
The NSX is an extensively debugged car. It is kind of slow for an exotic though.
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Originally Posted by SiGGy
Well I'd say none of you know anyone who owns a expensive Ferrari... plain and simple.

They break ALL the time... my friends dad owned 12. They were always in the shop. He drove a domestic to work because he got stranded too many times. They are his weekend warriors.

Your just expected to eat the cost on the bad manufacturing /w high end vehicles... Europe does not have the same regulations we have. (athough they are catching up)


example:
A major flaw /w Lamborghini is if you get on the brakes too hard in a new vehicles the system can cause the car to start on fire. Has happened 5-6 time that I know of. Granted lamborghini did purchase the drivers new cars... i think someone even posted pics of one of them on here awhile back.

So easy to pick on companies that do make their problems public.... (im not saying the problems aren't big issues)


While it'd be nice to get a perfect product, not 100% of all problems can be predicted without road time.

True. IN general, all Italian manufacturers suck in reliability. I believe Ferraris break not only because I have heard about it before but becase they are owned by Fiat and as they say, it starts from the top. Fiat has been terrible with reliability in the past decades. They are getting better as you said, but still lag behind. Same with ALfa. I used to own an Alfa in Europe. Great fun, terrible reliability. I am sure Maserati is the same. I know Lancia is terrible too.
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Oil leak is new glitch for Ford GT; automaker resurrects 'Speedi-Sleeve' to address rare problem - - By AMY WILSON | Automotive News - - Source; Autoweek

DETROIT -- Ford Motor Co. is using a time-tested but unusual repair method to fix an engine oil leak in its flagship GT sports car. It is telling dealership mechanics to install a "Speedi-Sleeve" to stop oil from leaking from the crankshaft rear seal. It is one of several fixes being prescribed for the GT when the car goes into the shop for a major suspension recall.

The sleeves have been used for decades, largely on older, high-mileage cars or those undergoing an overhaul. It's extremely unusual for them to be used by a manufacturer on a new car, sources say.

"They work, but, gosh, it shouldn't happen," one Ford dealer says. "It's highly unusual. If I were the owner of a $150,000 race car, I wouldn't be happy about it."

The engine oil leak, which is caused by an improper finish on the crankshaft, isn't a problem in all cars, Ford spokeswoman Kristen Kinley says. The crankshaft finish has been fixed for cars in production.

For vehicles with the problem, the Speedi-Sleeve will close any gaps that might allow engine oil to leak. The device is a metal band that fits over the end of the crankshaft, increasing its diameter and making a tighter fit against the seal. The Speedi-Sleeve itself is a low-cost part but requires several hours of labor to install.

Until the GT, the sleeves hadn't been used by Ford, at least in recent years, Kinley says. She says it's uncommon because Ford hasn't experienced this type of leak during that period.

While all GTs will get new suspension control arms, not all of the cars are expected to need the other repairs. In addition to two recalls, Ford has issued nine technical service bulletins and one special service message on the GT. Problems range from the leaking crankshaft seal and blemishes on seat belt webbing to a rattle in the upper steering column and leaking power steering fluid.

"All of our customers are important, but (with) this one, we're really giving them the white-glove treatment," Kinley says. "We had an issue with the control arm. We don't want to take the chance we're going to have an issue with anything else."

Ford recalled the vehicle Dec. 16, ordering owners not to drive it after a crack was discovered in a test vehicle's control arm. A recall for a fuel tank vapor leak that affected about 45 cars was issued at the same time.

Ford assembled 448 cars before the recall; 111 were in owners' possession. Thirty-five cars have been repaired. Ford resumed limited GT assembly the week of Feb. 7. Ford aims to complete the suspension recall during the next few weeks. Eight control arms in each car are being swapped out from a cast part to a forged part.

The other service advisories are expected to affect a much smaller number of cars.

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2006 Ford GT Tungsten

Man, that's so pretty...I want one. BAD.

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2006 Ford GT Tungsten

Source: RSportscars.com






To commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the Ford's first win at Le Mans, the 2006 Ford GT will be offered in a limited-edition Tungsten Silver, which replaces Quick Silver on the Ford GT's color palette. A Quick Silver racing stripe can be added to the Tungsten Silver package.

Tungsten Silver was developed for the 2004 North American International Auto Show Ford "Performance Trilogy" show cars - the Ford GT, the Shelby Cobra roadster concept and the new 2005 Mustang GT. Customer demand was so overwhelming that the color was added to the production palette.

"There's good contrast between the colors," says Camilo Pardo, chief designer of the Ford GT. "But it's a discreet contrast. In Tungsten Silver, the Ford GT is really dressy, like a fine suit. It looks mature.

"This dark silver color also brings out all the design features and the subtleties of the car," he adds. "In fact, people who've seen it thought we'd added a feature line around the side of the car. It's always been there, but you may not notice it in the car's other colors. The Tungsten Silver really brings it out."

Pardo notes that in the design studio, clay models are covered with "Dynoc" material that is a similar hue to Tungsten silver. The color is specifically designed to enhance the vehicle design details for evaluation.

"We use silver to evaluate our designs throughout the whole process," he says. "It brings out the subtleties, the returns and the negatives, the differences between horizontal and vertical surfaces."

Specifications

Engine
Type: V8, Supercharged
Displacement cu in (cc): 330 (5410)
Power bhp (kW) at RPM: 500(367) / 6000
Torque lb-ft (Nm) at RPM: 500(678) / 4500
Redline at RPM: 6500

Brakes & Tires
Brakes F/R: ABS, vented disc/vented disc
Tires F-R: 235/45 ZR18 - 315/40 ZR19
Driveline: Rear Wheel Drive

Exterior Dimensions & Weight
Length × Width × Height in: 182.8 × 76.9 × 44.3
Weight lb (kg): 3350 (1521)

Performance
Acceleration 0-62 mph s: n.a.
Top Speed mph (km/h): n.a.
Fuel Economy EPA city/highway mpg (l/100 km): 13/21 (n.a.)
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Clutch, don't you have a wall to...Oh, nevermind...

Not a fan of the Ford GT series?
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I saw a Ford GT at Summit Point last fall and that car is just awesome.
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500HP? I thought the stock was 550HP.
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Originally Posted by gavriil
500HP? I thought the stock was 550HP.
Yea, manufacture’s rating is 550HP, which is grossly underrated.
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Originally Posted by Yumchah
Clutch, don't you have a wall to...Oh, nevermind...

Not a fan of the Ford GT series?
Actually, I am a fan. I'm very surprised that they actually made the car. I sat in one at the Society of Automotive Engineers conference last year. Very nice.

But all this is talking about is a new color option... WTF is the big deal?!

The color does look good, but as news it's
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Originally Posted by ClutchPerformer
Actually, I am a fan. I'm very surprised that they actually made the car. I sat in one at the Society of Automotive Engineers conference last year. Very nice.

But all this is talking about is a new color option... WTF is the big deal?!

The color does look good, but as news it's
Oh okay, you're forgiven then...
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Yea, manufacture’s rating is 550HP, which is grossly underrated.
Well, isnt the manufacturer claiming 500HP in the above post stating the specs? Where are these claims coming from?

I am sure there is at least 590HP under that GT's "bonnet".
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Well, isnt the manufacturer claiming 500HP in the above post stating the specs? Where are these claims coming from?

I am sure there is at least 590HP under that GT's "bonnet".
Pre production GT’s were rated at 500HP, but then changed to 550HP for production GT’s which is listed on Ford’s site with 550HP. Also I see many website that still has the Ford GT listed as 500HP (in this case the source is from RSportscars.com), which is false information.

BTW, these guys claim that the Ford GT has put down 565HP at the wheels!
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In the latest MT mag edition, the GT ran:

3.6 for the 60
11.6 @ 126.2 mph for the 1/4 mile
60-0 = 109 feet
100-0 = 297 feet
Passing 45-65 mph = 1.5 seconds


Base price $143,345
As tested $155,845

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Originally Posted by gavriil

In the latest MT mag edition, the GT ran:

3.6 for the 60
11.6 @ 126.2 mph for the 1/4 mile
60-0 = 109 feet
100-0 = 297 feet
Passing 45-65 mph = 1.5 seconds


Base price $143,345
As tested $155,845

126 mph traps are good for 10s. This car traps 4 mph higher than the F430. Traction is definetly a problem.
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Not the best mag time for the GT but it's OK. Can’t remember which mag it was but they compared the Ford GT, to the Enzo and Carrera GT. The Ford GT ran a 11.2s @ 131MPH in the 1/4-mile and it was only .1s and .2s slower in the 1/4 then the Carrera GT and Enzo.
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126 mph traps are good for 10s. This car traps 4 mph higher than the F430. Traction is definetly a problem.
Well, when you have that much torque, traction is always a problem.
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Not the best mag time for the GT but it's OK.
It was a comparo of the GT vs. the new F430.
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Originally Posted by gavriil
It was a comparo of the GT vs. the new F430.

So which wins?

Can't wait to get my MT, looks like a great issue. Too bad we'll get in a couple of weeks up here.

Thanks for spoiling it for me gav
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So which wins?

Can't wait to get my MT, looks like a great issue. Too bad we'll get in a couple of weeks up here.

Thanks for spoiling it for me gav

Which one wins, as in, which one was quicker/faster? If yes, I posted the numbers for the F430, the GT was faster/quicker.

If you mean overall, the mag liked the F430 better. To quote the last sentence:

"The Ford returns to Michigan with its head held high- but without an overall victory"
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Which one wins, as in, which one was quicker/faster? If yes, I posted the numbers for the F430, the GT was faster/quicker.

If you mean overall, the mag liked the F430 better. To quote the last sentence:

"The Ford returns to Michigan with its head held high- but without an overall victory"

Ya I meant overall. No surprise that the F430 lost the acceleration tests but anyone that buys a GT over an 430 because its faster doesn't deserve the 430 to begin with.

430 > *
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Not the best mag time for the GT but it's OK. Can’t remember which mag it was but they compared the Ford GT, to the Enzo and Carrera GT. The Ford GT ran a 11.2s @ 131MPH in the 1/4-mile and it was only .1s and .2s slower in the 1/4 then the Carrera GT and Enzo.


http://www.stangbangers.com/05_FordG...GT_Article.htm

ok... I am going to be bold and say something here. I would take the Ford GT over the F430. for looks, power, for everything. sure the interior is Ford and probably Ford quality, but I'd deal with it.

I think the GT looks better. a lot better.

yeah, I said it.

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http://www.stangbangers.com/05_FordG...GT_Article.htm

ok... I am going to be bold and say something here. I would take the Ford GT over the F430. for looks, power, for everything. sure the interior is Ford and probably Ford quality, but I'd deal with it.

I think the GT looks better. a lot better.

yeah, I said it.
Ah so it was an MT comparo, I couldn't remember which mag it was thanks for the link.
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http://www.stangbangers.com/05_FordG...GT_Article.htm

ok... I am going to be bold and say something here. I would take the Ford GT over the F430. for looks, power, for everything. sure the interior is Ford and probably Ford quality, but I'd deal with it.

I think the GT looks better. a lot better.

yeah, I said it.




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umm... I just looked at the F430 Spider in the other thread... umm... I umm... think I was smoking something when I said I would take the GT over the F430... I'll take the F430 Spider plzthx. And.. a regular one too. I think.
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umm... I just looked at the F430 Spider in the other thread... umm... I umm... think I was smoking something when I said I would take the GT over the F430... I'll take the F430 Spider plzthx. And.. a regular one too. I think.

Looks like you came to your senses.
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