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Old 01-25-2018, 03:00 PM
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OOh side by side would look cool, but was thinking inline. Side by side AND inline, hell yeah, go for it, 14 Liter!
so.... four EB engines... multiply EPA MPG by four.....
Confirmed. New 2019 Raptor will have 88MPG Hwy
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Would be easier to work with a platform already in place like this,.....



Twin turbo 5.0hellyeah.
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so.... four EB engines... multiply EPA MPG by four.....
Confirmed. New 2019 Raptor will have 88MPG Hwy

And if they use the HO it will have 1200 HP!
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Would be easier to work with a platform already in place like this,.....



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The 7.0L in a Raptor would be neat, but my guess is that Ford will elect to go with a supercharged 5.2L Voodoo with a cross-plane crankshaft.
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The 7.0L in a Raptor would be neat, but my guess is that Ford will elect to go with a supercharged 5.2L Voodoo with a cross-plane crankshaft.

Thats the GT500 engine, the Gas Guzzler one. LOL They took the Raptor EB and use it in their $450K GT. If they were going to use the GT500 in something other than the GT500, I would have thought they would have shoved it into the GT.
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Thats the GT500 engine, the Gas Guzzler one. LOL They took the Raptor EB and use it in their $450K GT. If they were going to use the GT500 in something other than the GT500, I would have thought they would have shoved it into the GT.
Perhaps they may! But only after first shoving it into the new Raptor. One thing is certain, though -- Ford will need to select something that will rival the marketing power of a Hellcat Rebel, and this usually boils down to HP numbers.
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I didn't say Super Duty Raptor. I said Super Duty engine in a Raptor.
post your sources, cuz nothing recent has had anything with any accuracy saying V8 back in raptor.
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Perhaps they may! But only after first shoving it into the new Raptor. One thing is certain, though -- Ford will need to select something that will rival the marketing power of a Hellcat Rebel, and this usually boils down to HP numbers.
Officially as of today, the GT EB is 647HP at the wheels, the 5.2 is only rated at 526 HP, but not stated if crank or wheels. I just saw a GT500 Tuesday night on the dealers showroom floor, roped off of course since it had a near 70K price tag on it. Will have to wait until it is officially on the market to see if it actually is over 700 HP.
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post your sources, cuz nothing recent has had anything with any accuracy saying V8 back in raptor.
Yeah, only speculation thus far. I was going to trade in my low mileage 5.0 on the next gen Raptor until I found out the current gen uses the TT V6.

You can't make it sound like the beast it is with out some growl to go with the whistle.
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