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Well that's interesting. If true, RIP to 5.0 values. That much displacement tells me it's likely a pushrod engine which would be an interesting 180 for Ford.
 

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I'll just put what I did on the other thread with this. Say hello to ths Durango SRT clone, called "Mustang!" Calling it.
 

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To be fair, it's also possible that this new 6.8L will only come supercharged and would be meant for the new GT500 and Raptor. I can't imagine how it would possibly avoid a gas guzzler tax even naturally aspirated, so it's probably not designed to replace the 5.0.
 

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A "big block" Coyote would be epic.
 

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To be fair, it's also possible that this new 6.8L will only come supercharged and would be meant for the new GT500 and Raptor. I can't imagine how it would possibly avoid a gas guzzler tax even naturally aspirated, so it's probably not designed to replace the 5.0.
My hopes are that the Raptor gets this motor.
 

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The guy who informed me is a member here.
Sounds the same as "my brother knows a guy who's cousin said". After looking into it more it seems likely that it's just a reporting mistake by this paper and not what's actually happening.
 

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My brother-in-law has a 415 stroker in his 46 Ford sedan delivery. I believe it was originally a 351 Windsor. It's a real torque monster, great fun. If the new one is similar, I would buy a Mustang with one.
 

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Big things appear on the horizon for Ford V8 power. I am surprised no one has not heard of the new 6.8 liter Windsor engine. Ford is really giving us some new performance Mustangs. To have a 6.8 liter V8 ready for production in 2022 is amazing.
 

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Sounds the same as "my brother knows a guy who's cousin said". After looking into it more it seems likely that it's just a reporting mistake by this paper and not what's actually happening.
Look buddy boy.......the man has been 100% correct now for well over a year.
He's posted on Yellow Bullet / SVT / Mustang 6G.
Again......he's a member here and I'll let him speak for himself.
 
 
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