2013 Mustang Boss 302 & Your Questions

September 8, 2012

We fire up the new Boss 302 and Adam and Matt answer your questions. We talk about supercharged six cylinders, if more horsepower equals more speeding tickets and power tools that actually scare Adam.

Show Credits

Producer: Jeff Fox
Audio Engineer: Chris Laxamana

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16 thoughts on “2013 Mustang Boss 302 & Your Questions

  1. adamcarollla

    wow another mustang…………..quality of this show is dropppppppppping…………………come one now

    or else petersen will have to take your award back

    1. Matt

      I actually wanted to compare three Mustangs. Sort of a small, medium and large comparison. So, expect one more special Mustang in the next couple of weeks.

  2. Halo909

    I missed the last couple of shows. Has Adam picked a new car for his daily driver yet? I know he was thinking of getting a Mini Cooper S but does anyone have any updated info on his new car?

    1. TheEr

      I’ve been listening pretty regularly and have not heard what became of Adam’s search. Maybe someone out there picked up a clue I missed…?

      1. Mark

        I thought it might have fizzled out since Matt’s getting him hooked up with something different to drive pretty regularly. Just a guess though.

  3. Mark

    Aceman – the smart guy that explained the backpressure downfall of the turbo was the owner of VF engineering (supercharger company). That doesn’t make it false though. But, turbos rule.

  4. kwazadilla

    on the 1 inch air wrench…. rotate that forward handle 90degrees and you find it much easier to control.

  5. Heath Beougher

    I have this exact car down to the same color. It might not be for everyone but its the funnest car I have ever owned and sounds amazing!

  6. Eric Tolle

    Aceman don’t be pussy with that 1 inch impact. I’m glad it doesn’t have a stupid safety it gets annoying if your taking 60 lugnuts off a semi tractor. Rotate it 90 degrees and it won’t kick your ass. You guys need to school up on trucks because knowledge is lacking on the 3/4 ton and bigger trucks. There’s thousands and thousands out there and they do a great job dragging our junk around.

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