nikonmansocal

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I highly doubt that this is true especially for the F150 and Mustang but I can see such an engine for the SD.

Totally counterproductive for Ford not to mention the CAFE ramifications.

I really don’t understand why people would want old engine technology in a new vehicle.
Agreed - even as a replacement for the capable 6.2 L (Boss) base mill for superduties it makes no sense as people are generally buying the oil burner or godzilla for towing except for base XL work trucks.
 

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I dont think it will be a replacement for the 6.2L as then they need two blocks. Aluminum can't take heavy duty heat.
 

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I kinda wish Ford would make a big straight-6 ecoboost that could slot between F150 and base superduty .
 

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Be a torquey beast. A 6.8 works in Mustang and F150. Cheaper to build. More compact, not as long.... fun to speculate.
 

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