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Vanishing V8s: Downsizing Engines

The V8 isn’t dead yet, but storm clouds are brewing on the horizon. Concerns over global warming, CO2 emissions and dependence on foreign oil led the EPA to mandate new Corporate Average Fuel Economy rules. To achieve 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025, automakers may abandon the V8 altogether or restricting it to a handful of limited production applications.

Rebuilding the Ford 6.4L Power Stroke

For the 2008 MY Ford Super Duty pickup, a new engine, the 6.4L Powerstroke would emerge. But, how much is really known about the engine? The 6.4L engine was very short lived and only offered until 2010. Engine Builder takes a deeper dive into the 6.4L Power Stroke engine.

CP-Carrillo 4.6 Ford Modular Bullet Rods

CP-Carrillo has introduced 4.6 Ford Modular Bullet rods. These connecting rods include the advanced features and improvements that CP-Carrillo has developed through rigorous testing and R&D.

Mustang’s 5.2L V8 is Most Powerful Naturally Aspirated Road-Going Engine in Ford History

Ford has announced the most powerful naturally aspirated road-going engine in its history. The all-new Ford 5.2-liter flat-plane crankshaft V8 will produce 526 horsepower and 429 lb.-ft. of torque in Shelby GT350 Mustang and Shelby GT350R Mustang – an engine unique to the two models set to go on sale this fall.

Cummins Powered ’07 Ford on the Dyno

Cummins-powered 2007 Ford does a dyno run with nitrous to see if it can break 1200 hp.

Ford Using Computer-Printed Parts On and Off the Track

When Ford’s EcoBoost-powered race car hits the track at the Belle Isle Grand Prix this weekend it will be using engine parts made by a computer printer. Using 3D printing, parts such as the intake manifold on the Ford EcoBoost race engine used in the Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates Daytona Prototype car are now created on a printer.

Toyota’s Answer to the 1.0L EcoBoost Engine

Toyota has unveiled its latest engine, called the 8NR-FTS. A 1.2L turbocharged, four cylinder engine, the power-plant produces 116 peak horsepower between 5,200 and 5,600 rpm. Peak torque is 136 lb. ft. between 1,500 and 4,500 rpm. An answer to Ford’s EcoBoost?

Radium Engineering Ford Coyote Fuel Rail Kits

Radium Engineering has released its Coyote Fuel Rail Kit (PN 20-0173) and innovative Coyote Fuel Rail Plumbing Kit (sold separately) for the Ford 5.0L Coyote modular engine found in the 2011+ Ford Mustang (including Boss), Ford F-150, and Australian Ford Falcon.

Ford’s 5-Millionth EcoBoost-Equipped Vehicle Rolls Off Assembly Line

Ford has hit a new production milestone with its fuel-efficient EcoBoost engine technology. Late last week, the 5-millionth vehicle with a Ford EcoBoost engine rolled off the assembly line at Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, Michigan. It was just less than three years ago that Ford celebrated production of its 500,000th EcoBoost-equipped vehicle.

1,500 HP Turbo Mustang Runs 8-Second Quarter Mile

This Mustang is a freak of nature pushing out more than 1,500 hp. The car uses an improvisation of Ford’s 5.0L Coyote V8.

Holley EFI Harnesses for Ford Coyote and Mod Motors

Holley has announced the release of plug & play EFI harnesses to use Holley EFI on Ford Coyote and Mod Motor platforms. Holley’s plug & play harnesses plug right into your factory sensors, including crank, cam, TPS, coolant, and much more.