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Old 11/3/09, 06:51 PM
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Originally Posted by 07S197 View Post
I hope so, Is the 6.2 not supposed to replace the V10?
I don't know.... someone here will know though.
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Old 11/3/09, 07:02 PM
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Originally Posted by 07S197 View Post
I hope so, Is the 6.2 not supposed to replace the V10?
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I don't know.... someone here will know though.
There is no V10 in an F150 today anyway. The V10 was only ever a Super Duty motor. And yes I believe so. This new 6.2 can also be made larger because of the bore spacing.
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Old 11/3/09, 07:06 PM
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I knew that, I was just thinking F-Series as a whole.

I think the 4.6 is being replaced my an EB V6, the 5.4 replaced by the 5.0. Not sure that the 6.2 will make it in the F-150 in anything under a SE. Maybe a Harley Davidson Edition

I don't think we will see a NA V6 to replace the 4.2L unless they use a non EB like the 3.7 in the Taurus. I wonder if there will be an EB I4 to replace the 4.2L?

I think I have more questions than answers. Sorry for getting so off topic I'll shut it now.

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Old 11/3/09, 07:16 PM
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Originally Posted by 07S197 View Post
I knew that, I was just thinking F-Series as a whole.

I think the 4.6 is being replaced my an EB V6, the 5.4 replaced by the 5.0. Not sure that the 6.2 will make it in the F-150 in anything under a SE. Maybe a Harley Davidson Edition

I don't think we will see a NA V6 to replace the 4.2L unless they use a non EB like the 3.7 in the Taurus. I wonder if there will be an EB I4 to replace the 4.2L?

I think I have more questions than answers. Sorry for getting so off topic I'll shut it now.
as long as thats not the case for the mustang its all good lol
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Old 11/3/09, 07:19 PM
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Hopefully the F150 will see a good turbo diesel engine in the 4.2L range. Something with great torque and who cares about horsepower in a work truck. We need torqueseseses!
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that'd be ideal
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Old 11/3/09, 08:11 PM
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Originally Posted by 2k7gtcs View Post
Hopefully the F150 will see a good turbo diesel engine in the 4.2L range. Something with great torque and who cares about horsepower in a work truck. We need torqueseseses!
Rumors still say the diesel 4.4L V8 is on indefinite hold. Shame too.
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Old 11/3/09, 08:18 PM
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Rumors still say the diesel 4.4L V8 is on indefinite hold. Shame too.
Was that/is that used in the Range Rover's??
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Originally Posted by 07S197 View Post
Was that/is that used in the Range Rover's??
No, there has long been a rumor that the 4.4L V8 slated for duty in the F-150 is a development of the Lion diesel used in the Range Rover, but the reality seems to be a relationship more akin to that of the Mod motor V8 and upcoming Coyote V8. Put more simply, the two engines are not really related at all, but some early confusion regarding this fact led many to believe otherwise.
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Old 11/5/09, 10:36 PM
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Originally Posted by 2k7gtcs View Post
I've seen statements that Ford's numbers are on 87 octane, while GM's are on 91 octane.

Ford's 6.2L Boss = 411hp, 434 torque, 87 octane, 9.8:1 compression
Chevy's 6.2L L92 = 403hp, 417 torque, 91 octane, 10.5:1 compression

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The L92 is an 87 octane tune despite the 10.5 compression wheras the LS3's 10.7 or 10.9 (depending on source) is the 91 octane tune. So Apples to apples the Ford 6.2 is beating the GM 6.2 power wise. The L92 in the trucks and (I'm sure the 6.2L Boss is the same way) also have manual fans which is another reason why the L92 is rated for less HP than the LS3 BTW. Same reason the TBSS's Identical LS2 is rated less in a Trailblazer. So remove the shaft fan, use a car designed intake, and 91 octane tune and it probably would go toe to toe with 435 HP LS3.

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Old 11/5/09, 10:46 PM
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Good #'s! Now bring on the DOHC 32V version!
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