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Hello All,
My name is Lukasz (Lucas)
I work for FMC at a dealership in CT. Recently i have been loving the GT350 more and more and absolutely will be getting one when the 2019 are Released!
I have worked on a slew of mustangs over my career and quite a few GT350's. I have found this forum through facebook and if i am going to be an owner one day it will be nice to see owners and enthusiasts of this vehicle.
i understand some issues you folks have with the GT350/R and it is my career to fix fords, so i can be reached out for problems, vin checks, recalls and diagnostics if i have the time.
I dont bother with aftermarket add-ons or components so wont be a great help there.
Cheers:cool:
 

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Welcome aboard Lucas and yes information is powerful. Be sure to share any thoughts and input here since we all are Mustang lovers and Motorheads to the max.
 

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Welcome Luka, it's great to have a technical expert in the forum. Thank you for introducing yourself! Just an idea but, Does Ford have a certification program for service personnel that have specialized experience with the GT350? I came to this forum from the Viper nation where, eventually, dealers were not allocated any Vipers unless they had a certified Viper technician on staff. Many of the Viper Techs from different dealerships attended the Viper Racing League road racing events to enhance their understanding of the car and develop their service business. For example, my crew chief was a certified Viper Tech from a Phoenix-based Dodge dealer. He became the go-to guy for anyone in Arizona that needed their Viper serviced.
 

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Welcome Luka, it's great to have a technical expert in the forum. Thank you for introducing yourself! Just an idea but, Does Ford have a certification program for service personnel that have specialized experience with the GT350? I came to this forum from the Viper nation where, eventually, dealers were not allocated any Vipers unless they had a certified Viper technician on staff. Many of the Viper Techs from different dealerships attended the Viper Racing League road racing events to enhance their understanding of the car and develop their service business. For example, my crew chief was a certified Viper Tech from a Phoenix-based Dodge dealer. He became the go-to guy for anyone in Arizona that needed their Viper serviced.
Man, we could only dream of such!
 

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In general ford has many certifications to go through in order to touch any portion of a vehicle. If it is a transmission issue you have to be certified in that specific field. If it is engine diagnostics the same thing and so on. For the mustangs specifically even a GT350 you do not have to be a specialists by any means but it helps to know what you are looking at. I know that for the Ford GT Supercar you must be certified specifically for that car. You have to have a trailer outside the dealership to store the car and ford guides you step by step privately working on it. Mostly i heard all the work done in CANADA and it is a rare breed.
 

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Welcome Luka and thanks for reaching out! I'm sure your knowledge will prove to be helpful here. Any idea what you'll be ordering in your new 2019?

Don't forget the stripe-less Lightning Blue is the fastest (hence the name) and less wind resistance with no stripes ;) Of course, I'm NOT biased :)
 
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