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Re: Godzilla

Post  Lem Evans on February 7th 2019, 8:22 pm

5pointslow wrote:any ideas on #s tq and hp

I suspect we should wait on that considering how the bigger truck engines are rated.

The 6.2L F250/350 is rated 385 hp @ 5,750 rpm. The F450 and up 6.8L V10 is rated 288 hp @ 4,000 rpm.

I suspect that the ratings for the F250/F350 pickups may be different than the rating for the bigger trucks.

The hp rating for the 6.7L diesel is lower for a F350 cab & chassis than the pickup versions.......not one answer.

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Post  Lem Evans on February 7th 2019, 8:23 pm

cletus66 wrote:
torino501 wrote:
68formalGT wrote:I've got a EcoBoost for a daily driver and it's pretty impressive but a F250/350 with a twin turbo gas engine that could put out between 700 and 800 lb ft of torque would be freaking awesome for the person that tows a 5th wheel or gooseneck occasionally.
The new 6.7L will have 1000 lb ft of of torque. with a single turbo. no need for a 7-800 lb ft twin turbo gas engine that get 3 mpg.
L


I wonder how much the ridiculous diesel emission standards have to do with this whole project.  VW and others got caught cheating over that BS...

I doubt it. It's got everything to do with replacing the 6.8L V10.

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Post  Mark Miller on February 8th 2019, 12:15 am

5pointslow wrote:any ideas on #s tq and hp


The link 83-88 T-bird guy posted in the General Discussion section says 450 hp!!Smile

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Post  68formalGT on February 8th 2019, 11:43 am

Was this one posted yet?

https://youtu.be/EQHXmxBgYeU
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Post  BBFTorino on February 8th 2019, 3:25 pm

Two alternators!!

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Post  SLord82 on February 9th 2019, 2:21 pm

Posted this in the other thread but I dont think everyone is looking at both so I'll paste it here for everyone;

According to this article it has a 107.2 mm (4.22 in) bore and 101mm (3.98 in) stroke. With a bore that large I wonder if the bore spacing is larger than the 6.2 v8's 115mm (4.527 in) BS. I know a 4.22 bore would fit in that BS, but for a HD application I bet Ford wanted more material in the walls and room for water jackets. Also, a Ford engineer said the 7.3 is 4 inches longer than the 6.2. Hmmmm

The article also mentions the 7.3 is 50lbs lighter (than the outgoing V10 presumably). Which puts it at around 570lbs. Thats comparable to iron block LS and new Hemis.

https://www.motortrend.com/news/11-powertrain-points-2020-ford-f-series-super-duty/

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Post  cletus66 on February 9th 2019, 3:32 pm

SLord82 wrote:Posted this in the other thread but I dont think everyone is looking at both so I'll paste it here for everyone;

According to this article it has a 107.2 mm (4.22 in) bore and 101mm (3.98 in) stroke. With a bore that large I wonder if the bore spacing is larger than the 6.2 v8's 115mm (4.527 in) BS. I know a 4.22 bore would fit in that BS, but for a HD application I bet Ford wanted more material in the walls and room for water jackets. Also, a Ford engineer said the 7.3 is 4 inches longer than the 6.2. Hmmmm

The article also mentions the 7.3 is 50lbs lighter (than the outgoing V10 presumably). Which puts it at around 570lbs. Thats comparable to iron block LS and new Hemis.

https://www.motortrend.com/news/11-powertrain-points-2020-ford-f-series-super-duty/

How long till one of these gets stuffed into a Fox Body? That 10 speed automatic would fit right into my Galaxie since it doesn't have a floor yet... bounce
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Post  1EFF100 on February 9th 2019, 7:26 pm

3.98 stroke--same as a 428. Cool
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Post  SLord82 on February 9th 2019, 7:43 pm

Almost the same bore as a 427

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Post  1EFF100 on February 9th 2019, 7:56 pm

SLord82 wrote:Almost the same bore as a 427

Heck, almost the bore of a 427, 428 stroke, cross-bolted mains, inline valves--looks like us 385 guys got kicked to the curb for a modern FE! Laughing
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Post  SLord82 on February 9th 2019, 8:01 pm

So long as the valve covers don't bolt to the intake and they fixed the oiling system thats ok with me.

Although, I still think the intake valves are slightly canted.

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Post  cletus66 on February 9th 2019, 10:46 pm

1EFF100 wrote:
SLord82 wrote:Almost the same bore as a 427

Heck, almost the bore of a 427, 428 stroke, cross-bolted mains, inline valves--looks like us 385 guys got kicked to the curb for a modern FE! Laughing


I like FEs too. Got a a few of them around here.
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Post  1EFF100 on February 10th 2019, 8:52 am

cletus66 wrote:
1EFF100 wrote:
SLord82 wrote:Almost the same bore as a 427

Heck, almost the bore of a 427, 428 stroke, cross-bolted mains, inline valves--looks like us 385 guys got kicked to the curb for a modern FE! Laughing


I like FEs too.  Got a a few of them around here.  

I'm an FE fan as well. Used to have a '68 Cougar factory GT390 car. Pulled the 390 and replaced with a built Edelbrock headed 428. C-6, 3000 stall, 389 traction lock. That thing would smoke the stock sized tires about as long as you wanted to stay in it. Put it in drive, take off from a dead stop and it would shift through the gears broiling the tires the whole time. Very Happy

Had a 427 top oiler block that needed a bunch of work sitting in the garage for several years. Sold it when I realized I'd never do anything with it.

Have a complete 2v '62 Mercury 352 removed from a 2 door Monterey about 25 years ago I picked up from a friend recently. For sale...

Anyway, sorry for the threadjack.
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