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  1. Ford’s 7.3-Liter V8 Gets Best-in-Class Figures with 430 HP and 475 LB-FT of Torque

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    Ford has finally given us the important figures for its new 7.3-liter pushrod V8 engine, set to go under the hood of the F-250 and up. Available in two tunes, the engine will make 430 hp and 475 lb-ft of torque in the F-250, making it the most powerful gas engine in its class. While the new...
  2. Is Ford Going the Pushrod Route With Its New V8?

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    Ford’s upcoming heavy-duty gasoline truck engine, codenamed “7X,” was believed to be a 7.0-liter V8 built with the express purpose of replacing the 6.8-liter Triton V10 and perhaps the 6.2-liter Boss V8. While the program will indeed bear fruit at Ford’s Windsor Engine Plant next year, there’s...
  3. 1972 mustang master cylinder removal

    Classic Tech
    Hi, I am the new owner of a 72 fastback. Need to replace master cylinder, do i need to disconnect anything from the brake pedal? I have not received a manual yet and the more I look up online the more confused I get. Please help me!
  4. So confused, help

    5.0L Tech
    so i got the stock replacement pushrods from ford motorsport thinking that theyll work with my gt40p heads and steeda #18 cam. i just ordered the adjustment shims, but im really confused with what correct pushrod length to go with
  5. Do I have to get new push rods?

    5.0L Talk
    Wondering if i have to get new push rods Ive got edelbrock performer 60379 heads Crane 1.6 RR COMP Cams 1052-16 - COMP Cams Aluminum Roller Rocker Arms - Overview - SummitRacing.com E303 Cam If so can someone supply me with a part number.
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