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If there's one thing Associate Editor Johnson can do on cue, it's a burnout. Breaking the BFGs loose was more of a challenge than we expected. However, when the car wasn't given enough rpm, it delivered a metallic rattle that we can only guess came from the weights (peep a photo at 50mustangandsuperfords.com) attached to each end of the axle. These must be the work of an NVH engineer looking to quiet the 3.73s, but they sure sound harsh if the tires are spinning.