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Does anyone know what it is?
 

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I would have guessed it to be a lot less even than that. I woulda guessed 65- 35. The engine is really heavy, but i guess not as heavy as I thought. BMWs are 50-50.
 

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next time your at the track, go to the scales. just the front tires on the scale and just the rear tires on the scale will give you correct ratio. the actual weight may be off abit (unless the scale is PERFECTLY level with the ground) so your might want to measure the car with all four tires on the scale for a weight measurement.
 

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Yeah, I'm probably going to the track after I install my UD pulleys and Tranny Cooler.
 

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David N. said:
Motor Trend listed the weight distribution as 59/41 front/rear for a 1994 V8.
Yeah, not much changed chasis wise as of the newer Tbirds, so, I'd guess that'd be correct.
 

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Here is some info:

'96 T-bird 4.6L Sport - 58/42 (Motortrend)

'94 T-Bird 4.6L LX 64/36 (road & Track) and 59/41 (Motortrend) Why so different????

'95 T-Bird SC 58/42 (Motortrend)
 
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