LOL so you guys noticed that too huh? Well it makes me feel much better because my 0 - 60 is around 11 or 12 if i can time it right. I've had about 14 before. I noticed that holding 1st out til 4900 - 5000 is not what to do because Broncos lost power after 4500 pretty much. But about 3800 to 4000 is a good shift point. All i do is either shift manually or just let the tranny do the work but i rhomp it til about 3700 or so and let off of the kickdown to kick it into second and then rhomp back into it and it picks back up in 2nd instead of riding 1st all the way out to where the power band is bad. But i'm glad about that because my cousin and i were like "dude what the hell, a 351 does 0 - 60 in about 12?" so i feel pretty good about that now i thought something was wrong with my Bronco.
1988 Eddie Bauer, 5.8L 351W EFI, C6, 31 10.50's, 1356 Borg Warner transfer case.