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Sidragon 09-28-2015 07:51 PM

New Owner: 15-0018 302 Yellow Label
Good Evening from the Mountains....

Did my bit for the economy on Labor day, and am now the owner of a 2015 Yellow to the forum and to this continent's vehicle forums (transplant from UK/Scotland)

Have a number of questions based on driving the car so far:
1. Springs/shocks seem to be softer than I was expecting, anything I can do to help them....basically doesn't settle into a sweeping bend as I was expecting

2. Bonnet/Hood moves around a LOT at speeds exceeding those posted on the highway, don't think it's going to fly off, but it looks like it would...thoughts on what others have done to move airflow more efficiently.

3. The car's a hoot to drive, it has life....thanks! (I have a decent number of other vehicles but this one is by far the most involving...and conversation starting)

That's about all for now (famous last words)



15-0030 09-28-2015 09:00 PM

I picked mine up during the Saleen shown Saturday. The best feel i have ever driven. I notice the hood as well but very little, other then that super fun.

Dave 10-03-2015 03:08 PM

For those interested, here are dealer photos of the vehicle Chris purchased.

To help settle the hood, you may check into "Stealth Hood Pins."

15-0030 10-03-2015 03:45 PM

Link does not work?

Dave 10-03-2015 04:38 PM


Originally Posted by 15-0030 (Post 135157)
Link does not work?

Fixed it. Thanks.

Sidragon 01-19-2016 03:57 AM

So have bumped the question on the suspension to the top, love the power but 1/2 tempted to trade the car in unless it can be tied down insofar as driving fast and in bends...

gliioct14 01-19-2016 05:33 AM

try this question at the S197 mustang forum you will be bombarded with suggestions and results

Sidragon 01-19-2016 01:56 PM

I'm not sure I can handle more than one forum at a time about Fords.....


Originally Posted by gliioct14 (Post 137244)
try this question at the S197 mustang forum you will be bombarded with suggestions and results

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