“The final product is essentially an all-new powerplant unique to GT350, and one that takes true advantage of the new chassis dynamics of the Mustang platform,” said Hameedi. “The new 5.2L V-8 engine is the first-ever production V-8 from Ford with a flat-plane crankshaft, an architecture typically found only in racing applications or exotic European sports cars.
The only anomaly we noted was a slight dip in power past the peak that repeated itself on each run. It amounted to a few-horsepower loss at 6,100 rpm, right about the point to shift gears. Overall, the handling seems very dialed-in for the basic SS package, much more like a 1LE. The Magnetic Ride Control is even better.
Despite a long lull, a new Shelby Mustang arrived in 2007, when Ford revived the “Shelby GT500” nameplate, which emblazoned the 500hp supercharged S197 Mustang. Seizing the moment, Shelby American of Las Vegas, offered customers a upgraded, post-title GT500 package that transformed a base GT500 into powerhouse with either 605 or 725 hp. Called Super Snakes, these serialized brutes were modified to deliver exhilarating acceleration, improved handling, and a menacing look.
Unlike a traditional V-8, where the connecting rods are attached to the crankshaft at 90-degree intervals, this design evenly spaces all crank pins at 180-degrees intervals.”
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