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Old 09-12-2019, 04:35 PM   #6
Norm Peterson
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Join Date: Mar 2019
Chapter/Region: Tri-State
Location: our wrx IS the family sedan
Vehicle:
'19 WRX Limited 6MT
'08 Mustang GT (the toy)

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Originally Posted by AnalogMan View Post
But it was so much fun to drive, great visibility, roomy enough for our needs, that I couldn't resist. The stiff and jittery ride might get old after a while, but that's a decision for the future.
You may notice that ride quality softens up a bit as initial seal friction/stiction in the shocks & struts drops off in service.


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(My other car is a 2015 Mustang GT, bought as a retirement present for myself, to commemorate my first car being a rusty clapped out old Mustang when I was 16).
It's not like the last couple generations of Mustangs make for poor track day cars, though due to their greater size and weight their behavior is more deliberate (and you do have to be able to budget more for consumables). I occasionally track an '08 GT myself.


Norm
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