Mustang GT 0-150mph

Just like last video flat until 130mph then uphill. It flattens out once it starts accelerating past 135. I have timed the 0-60 in this video by hand and am getting a 4.5-4.8 range with 100 popping up in around 12-12.5 seconds. If someone else can time it let me know. 268whp and 310tq at the time of filming with stock 3.27 gears. and Nitto 555's.(street tires not slicks)

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