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Just for fun I got on a certified scale:

3740# total
1960# front _ 52.4%
1780# rear - 47.6%

Full tank, 220# driver (I know, but my mother says I have big bones) and 100# of gear in the trunk. Looks like about 3320# empty. I took some weight off and put some on with modifications but mine should be a little lighter than stock.
 

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cool, thanks for that.

I have been wondering what the numbers are in the real world.
 

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Put my 2001 Bullitt on the scales,at the track last night, 3520 with me and 1/2 tank of fuel. I weight a 160 lbs.,not bad for 54! On certified scales the 2001 unit weight was 3320 with 1/4 tank.
I thought I had read where the new Mustang GT was in the 3450-3500 range??
 

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Inspired by this weighty thread :lol:. I grabbed one of the Bullitt stock mufflers which are still laying on the garage floor ( they have not made it to the attic yet ) and put one on an un-certified scale. It came in at 17 pounds. Portly little sucker.
 

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Mus408 said:
I will weigh an original 2001 Bullitt mmuffler for a comparo.....be right back!
16 lbs,for muffler with short entry pipe welded to muffler,but no tailpipe.
I would guess that the 08 Bullitt tip on the muffler would be worth the extra pound difference. Looks like muffler weight has not changed in 7 years.
 

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Those heavy mufflers help control wheel spin when the traction control is off.
 
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