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Old 07-05-2013, 04:40 PM   #1
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Smile A couple of SGT questions...

I will finally be picking up my new 07 Shelby GT tomorrow , but have early on questions...

a. The Steeda wheel sight states that the manual and auto tranny versions have different aftermarket wheel options, is this true and if so why??

b. Is it permissible to run with mid-grade gas? - I'm not really into speed.

c. I've heard that the wheel widths are different front from rear and that they are wider width wheels than on the Mustang GT.

d. I've also heard that the Hurst shifter is rather stiff and requires a 'manly' throw.

Thanks very much in advance !!

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1. the wheel options will be the same no matter auto or manual
2. i think it does need mid grade or higher due to the tune
3. dont know but again you can run what combo you want on there
4. i love the hurst and you dont need "manly" throw to use it
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Old 07-06-2013, 12:30 AM   #3
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1. the wheel options will be the same no matter auto or manual
2. i think it does need mid grade or higher due to the tune
3. dont know but again you can run what combo you want on there
4. i love the hurst and you dont need "manly" throw to use it
Howermat, thanks for your help, Im still in the learning stages ...

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