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  1. I thought it was a discussion not an argument. 😋
  2. Okay, I guess it's to hard for Ford to do. I don't know what I was thinking. So sorry I brought it up. Back to regular SUV production. Carry on.
  3. They just aren't shown in that picture.
  4. I never said it came from a Ford shop. It was just to show twin turbo setup.
  5. You really need to get out more.😁
  6. The Hellion twin turbo kit is street legal in all 50 states.
  7. I understand what you are saying, but this is a new model launch so the training is already accounted for, no? And as far as the doing the turbo part of it, couldn't that be done on a niche line? In the picture, this car is not complete and is just a prototype. They also have one with the turbos under the car near the header exit. It's called the sleeper package or something like that.
  8. This is a good read........ https://www.usitc.gov/publications/332/journals/the_supply_chain_for_electric_vehicle_batteries.pdf
  9. Why? Because ROI would be less. And that means less money for executive bonuses and salaries and investors. The greed will never stop.
  10. Niche line. It's not like they are going to be making a lot of these.
  11. The openings are either styling cues or they are there to cool 1,000 Gigawatt generator.😁
  12. The Bullitt Mustang has 480 HP. The twin air intakes in the grill for possible twin turbos. Hummmm.
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