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2017 Impact blue owner here. I'm 500 miles in and having the time of my life. I last had a mustang as a teen 30 years ago, now finally another.

My 500 mile impression:

I'm glad I bought the GT350 instead of a GT PP2. I wasn't sure if the engine would be worth it, but it SO MUCH is.

The most useful little feature in the car is the digital speedo, and I had to find it myself because the dealer apparently didn't know it existed.

The tramlining is horrendous...I will have to make an improvement in this. Steeda braces - different tires - alignment changes - as soon as I feel confident about a plan, I'm going to implement.

I'm not sure about the recaros. I expected to want to swap out for comfort seats at some point, but so far I just don't mind these guys. I'm also a big dude - 5'11" and 250lbs. I'm wondering what's different about my situation that I don't hate them.

The digital entertainment/control/nav system is WORLDS better than the chevy SS system I changed from. Thank you, Ford.

I bought the Auto Authority spare tire system and it shipped yesterday.


Anyway, I'm having a ball and love my Shelby.
 

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Welcome to ownership, you won’t be disappointed. FYI, a switch out for comfort Seats isn’t a direct replacement. I understand there is an extra connector or two due to items not on recaro option.

Enjoy the site.
 

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Thanks! Are there any tutorials or articles on the seat conversion anywhere? I'm looking.
Believe it’s a straight bolt in. You just have a couple extra connectors which involve the power seat options. Airbags and other plugs work. It may be a matter of getting a wiring diagram and see what it takes to get B+ to seat motors.
 

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Congrats on your new GT350, stunning color!! Try "Comfort" mode for in town driving to reduce tramlining. I typically drive in Sport mode and Comfort Mode for Steering. Give it some time and you may get used to it - it's kind fun knowing it's tramlining due to the huge "meats" up front and small price to pay for such fantastic handling...
 
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