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Challenger news...

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CMG    1

Yup.

I still think the Mustang's price will factor in and outsell the Challenger and Camaro, but at least there is interest again in the segment it seems...

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CMG    1

im sorry if it was already mentioned somewhere, but how much is the challeneger gonna weigh? i feel it to be a pig

Under 4000 lbs, but not by much, that's the rumor I hear.

The original was no lightweight either....

:AH-HA_wink:

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loki    286

OMG a 4speed with that 3.5L ...was thinking of the usual leet comments that went along with this statement...nah.

will their 3.5 be competitive with the gm 3.6DI?

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Z-06    493

Wow. A story of two concepts.

Both seen at the same time. One to be released in about 25 months from the date seen. Other? God knows when!!!

:(

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Under 4000 lbs, but not by much, that's the rumor I hear.

The original was no lightweight either....

:AH-HA_wink:

ughh between all the computers and their heavy weight, these new pony cars are not a hot rodders friend... sure they'll go like hell... but theyd go alot better without all that heft to carry around....

i probably sound like a broken record,.. i drool over this car and the camaro, but new cars suck...lol

i guess i just like working on a car without needing a PhD in computers..

Edited by SuperSport623

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Chevy Nick    9

ughh between all the computers and their heavy weight, these new pony cars are not a hot rodders friend... sure they'll go like hell... but theyd go alot better without all that heft to carry around....

i probably sound like a broken record,.. i drool over this car and the camaro, but new cars suck...lol

i guess i just like working on a car without needing a PhD in computers..

Without computers we wouldn't be able to make near the power that we are making today. Just think about how driveable cars with super-sized camshafts are compared to 30 years ago, or look how far forced induction technology has advanced; nitrous, turbos - none of that would be possible without computers

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