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Same block and heads.

In our V-6 Mustangs. This is so cool.

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Thats not true. Our heads and block are quite different. Similar architecture but many differences. I wish we had that setup though!

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The Mustang's Cyclone uses a different block and heads than the Ecoboost 3.5 V6.

That Daytona prototype does in fact use a Factory Ecoboost block and heads.
 
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Way to pop my bubble guys.

Well it's a V-6 and NOT an V-8 so I'm good with that.

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