Ford’s 7.3-liter V-Eight that debuted within the 2020 Super Duty is being supplied as a crate engine by Ford Efficiency.
The monster engine, half quantity
M-6007-73 on the Ford Efficiency web site, prices $8,150 and is thought to
be capable of fitting in an
F-150 or Mustang. Nonetheless, earlier than you beginning dreaming up some wild
engine swaps, word that the 7.3-liter V-Eight is extra suited to heavy hauling than
As an example, it encompasses a heavy forged iron block, and its peak numbers of 430 horsepower and 475 pound-feet of torque, in keeping with Ford, which aren’t going to set any Web boards alight.
You may be considering the numbers are fairly low given the displacement, a powerful 445 cubic inches. It has to do with the engine being tuned to ship extra grunt decrease within the rev vary for Super Duty vans. The Ford engine generates over 400 pound-feet from as early as 1,500 rpm, and this stays just about flat all the best way to five,500 rpm.
Extra specs embody a cast metal crankshaft, port gasoline injection, and a compression ratio of 10.5:1. And included in Ford’s crate engine package deal are a number of key objects vital for meeting together with the exhaust manifolds, consumption and throttle physique, ignition coil and wires, and the oil pan and cooler.
This text was initially printed by Motor Authority, an editorial associate of ClassicCars.com.