What I like about the Stallion's Roush-blown Three-Valve combined with 4.10 gears is the flexibility it provides in city driving. Because of the 4.10s, there's a lot of shifting. Once you get it in Fifth, you can leave it there unless you have to come to a complete stop. On the highway, I was able to realize 19 mpg while maintaining 75-85 mph, which is great for a five-speed performance car. With the updated tune, we're sure the car would run deep into the 12s. To be able to knock down that kind of mileage, we would have no problem with someone buying us a Foose Stallion ... please?