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Old 01-21-2009, 07:01 PM
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Ford's new engines

Does anyone have any inside info on the new 5.0L Coyote engine and the 6.2L Boss aside from what is being reported in Left Lane?

I was wondering if the 5.0 is the same block casting as the old 302 or is it a slightly different displacement?

The article is reporting that it will have 4 valves per cylinder. Why develop a new motor when the 5.4L could have been adapted to run 4 valves per cylinder?

The Ecoboost appears to promise the same numbers as the 5.0L, so whats the point?

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The 5.0 will not be the same block as the old 302...its going to be a new modular motor...not a pushrod type....It will be without the turbos...there by reducing the maintanance or repair expenses over the turbo v-6 eco boost...which is the reason for offering both....i'm guessing at this...but better mileage than the 5.4 hence the retirement of it.....and not as good of mileage as the eco boost v-6....therefore a reason for it.....
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This modular 5.0 has been around for awhile now. Ford Racing Performance Parts [M-6007-R50*]
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Is it a continuation of the 5.0L "cammer" they have had out for a few years now?

Well that answers my question then, good to see they are using it.
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HoLy CRUD...thats an expensive crate motor
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Didn't they do the 4 valve per cylinder thing in the early Navigators on the 5.4?
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yep....navi's and cobras.....went away in the early 2000's i think
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Oh yeah, I forgot about the Cobras. Thanks.
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