Anyone else wanna see a return of boss 302?

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Yea I’m a no also. We’ve had enough special editions in S550 form. What’s next a 7 up edition?
 

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It can't ever happen, the Coyote displaces 307 cid, and Boss 307 just doesn't have the same ring to it :crackup:
 

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CJ 428 Cosworth design w/VCT, TPI, 12:1 NA would be nice.
 

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It can't ever happen, the Coyote displaces 307 cid, and Boss 307 just doesn't have the same ring to it :crackup:
Why do people keep posting this? It is a 302. Attached is the 2019 spec sheet from Ford and if you do the math using the bore and stroke it still works out to a 302.

But, no they should not make another Boss 302, the new Mach 1 really fills the slot that the Boss used to fill. In 69 and 70 the Mach 1 was more of an appearance package then a performance package. Although it may have had stiffer suspension.

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Why do people keep posting this? It is a 302. Attached is the 2019 spec sheet from Ford and if you do the math using the bore and stroke it still works out to a 302.

But, no they should not make another Boss 302, the new Mach 1 really fills the slot that the Boss used to fill. In 69 and 70 the Mach 1 was more of an appearance package then a performance package. Although it may have had stiffer suspension.

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According to that the regular GT doesn't use PTWA liners.
 

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Why do people keep posting this? It is a 302. Attached is the 2019 spec sheet from Ford and if you do the math using the bore and stroke it still works out to a 302.

But, no they should not make another Boss 302, the new Mach 1 really fills the slot that the Boss used to fill. In 69 and 70 the Mach 1 was more of an appearance package then a performance package. Although it may have had stiffer suspension.

CID.jpg
That information is contradictory :cwl:

Go ahead and convert 5038cc to cid...







...Did you get 307.4376?


Hint: use the more accurate metric measurements (it looks like they are still using the old numbers for the imperial measurement)

https://spicerparts.com/calculators/engine-displacement-calculator



Here's a much more in-depth comparison guide:

https://performanceparts.ford.com/download/instructionsheets/COYOTE_TECH_GUIDE_062819.PDF

Same stroke, slightly larger bore, resulting in a slightly larger displacement. It's also the first time a "5.0" badged motor had actually pushed past the five liter mark (302 cid is only 4948.89 cc's).
 
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