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loubif

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  1. LSchicago isn't the only person that still values the performance potential and sound of good ole American V8. I'm not knocking any of the current ecoboost offerings from Ford being an owner of one myself and potentially future owner of one in the form of the 2021 Bronco that I hope will at least have the 2.7L Ecoboost offered in it (still pipe dreaming of a V8 offered in that thing...maybe eventually). I feel that the V8 may have more performance potential due to the fact that you can add blower to a stock coyote powered truck and turn that truck into a serious performer, I'm not sure if the stock 2.7L can be boosted to that same level and still stay together but again, I'm not an expert on 2.7L performance mods and potential, please school me if I'm off on my assumptions.
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    7.3 teardown

    Brian stated the rods in the 7.3 are powdered and that in stock form should be able to withstand "mild" boost in the 9-12 lbs, just wondering what the gen 3 coyote rods are because if they are also powdered they seem to be able to withstand quite a bit more boost in stock form. Any one have insight on this? I'm thinking Brian was referring to "safe " amounts of "reliable" additional boost which can apply to the coyote as well but damn that yote is one mod/boost friendly platform, hoping the zilla will be too!
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    Mustang Mach 1 mule?

    Supercharged 7.3l Godzilla Super Cobra Jet Mach I ala 1969 & 1970 models...I WISH!!!
  4. Super Cobra Jet Drag Pack all wheel drive Mach 1 for me please!!!!!!!!!
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    Woodward, GT, GT500

    Why do I get a strange suspicion that Ford has a top secret next gen all electric Ford GT in the works, makes sense to me as everything is going EV...maybe I'm pipe dreaming but hey who expected Ford to drop the last Ford GT on us.
  6. I wouldn't put it past Ford to have a top secret next gen all electric Ford GT in the works to duel it out with the Tesla Roadster...pipe dreaming but hey who expected Ford to drop the last Ford GT on us.
  7. Thank you for mentioning that, to me it seems too narrow and too tall, the area between the door sills and roof line looks exaggerated like the model Y but this is just a render so lets wait and see this thing for real.
  8. Baseline (stock) #s 255whp & 299wtq 0-60 = 7.24 sec 93oct tune #s 295whp & 373wtq 0-60 = 5.77 sec (not sure if with or without octane booster) 93 + octane booster #s 325whp & torque limited to 393wtq to avoid potential BOOM.
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    New Ford 7.0 L....?

    @evanjsmith wrote...Yes, it fits! First look at a 7.3L Godzilla in a Foxbody. At 445 cubic inches, is this the next LS killer we’ve all been waiting for? Stay tuned for more on this swap, including info on the install kit. Video coming soon on my YouTube: search REVan Evan and please Subscribe. _______________ #godzilla #revanevan #superduty#foxbody #ford #fox #stang #revanmedia#evanjsmithphoto #stanglife #moretocome #fordtrucks#engineswap #nols #coyote
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    New Ford 7.0 L....?

    The reason for my question on the weight of the 6.2L is that apparently Fords new 7.3L is (a bit?) lighter than the 6.2L and trying to get an idea of how the Zilla compares weight wise to a Yote in an apples to apples comparison. If the weight difference isn't super bad there could be an opportunity for Ford to create a 7.3L Mach I, Boss or what I was hoping for, a vin-able version of a 7.3L Mustang Cobra-Jet Drag Pack car...I know, I know, I'm pipe dreaming but as an avid Ford drag racing fan this would be AWESOME!!!
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    New Ford 7.0 L....?

    I've been searching all over the net but can't seem to find the weight of the Ford 6.2L engine as I heard that the 7.3L will possibly come in at lower weight, just trying to get an idea of where (weight wise) this new power plant will be compared to SBF, 385 series BBF, DOHC 4.6L, 5.0L Coyote etc...Is anyone aware of the current 6.2L weight?
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    New Ford 7.0 L....?

    Not sure if this has been answered but do we know what this monster weigh? @jpd80 any idea or hint that Ford may be at least considering a higher performance variant of this engine, alum block maybe, something to give us hope to us high performance junkies?
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    2020 Corvette revealed

    Curious to what "sold out" equates to actual production numbers...
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    New Ford 7.0 L....?

    Any details of the power and torque from this thing yet???
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