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So let’s put the goodness of this in
perspective.


Ford 7.3 (445”) - Mopar 6.4(390.552”)= Ford advantage 0.9 Liters/(54”)

Ford 7.3 (445”) - GM 6.2 (378.347”)= Ford advantage 1.1 Liters/(67”)

Ford 7.3 (445”) - Mopar 5.7(347.835”)= Ford advantage 1.6 Liters(97”)

Ford 7.3 (445”) - GM 5.3(323.426”)=
Ford advantage 2.0 Liters(121.574”)

Ford 7.3 (445”) - GM 4.8(292.914”)= Ford advantage 2.5 Liters(152.086”)

Pretty incredible package because it looks very much like the tremendous displacement advantage (with potential for much more) comes equipped FROM THE FACTORY with cylinder heads and an intake manifold that’ll feed those cylinders properly.

Pretty dang exciting, I don’t care who you are.
 

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Lets see who dominates the drag strips across the country...HMMMM
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Are you a fukin jehovah's witness???? All you do is preach ford shit.
......and yet you open my wonderful threads with baited breath and sweaty palms in anticipation of the goodness that lies within. It’s almost like when you bite into a juicy peach. Ummm that’s good!
 

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File this thread in the not for long category lol



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Well listen here, by the looks of this ^^^ you admit that Ford done leapfrogged yo ass.

Dude seriously, if the thing is well over 8 liters is it really going to be hitting the sweet spot of power to weight and rev-ability? What about packaging? We know how you Geriatric Motors people are about packaging. Lol

You think an 8 + liter truck engine with 4 ring pistons and a 4 sheave crank pulley is going to be a hot rodders dream?
 
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