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Could this fit in the Raptor?

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Engine Discussion and Performance Mods' started by BentToast, Jul 9, 2010.

  1. BentToast

    BentToast FRF Addict

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    http://www.fordracingparts.com/parts/part_details.asp?PartKeyField=10355
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    Thats 521 cubes! Heres some specs :
    580 hp @ 5750 rpm
    600 lb-ft of torque @ 4500 rpm
    10.0:1 compression ratio (nominal)
    Forged aluminum dished pistons
    Forged steel H-beam connecting rods, M-6200-C514
    Billet steel mechanical roller camshaft , M-6250-A514 (mechanical roller camshafts not recommended for street use; contact Techline for more details)
    High-performance rear sump oil pan, fits most passenger cars that came equipped with rear sump pans
    MSD Distributor with M-12390-H Bronze Gear
    Cast nodular iron crankshaft, M-6303-A514
    New heavy-duty 4-bolt main siamese bore race block M-6010-A460
    “Super Cobra Jet” aluminum cylinder heads M-6049-SCJB
    Victor single plane intake manifold M-9424-H429 (requires Dominator carb)
    Look at what you get
    A 521 cubic inch engine assembly that includes the items listed above and a multi-index timing chain set, push rods, roller rocker arms, heavy duty HV oil pump, pickup tube, high-performance oil pan, Ford Racing valve covers, aluminum front cover and water pump, high-performance damper, flywheel, spark plugs, related long block engine parts and NEW M-6010-A460 4-bolt main block
    Ford Racing “Super Cobra Jet” aluminum cylinder heads. They flow significantly more than production 460 heads. Combustion chamber volume is 72cc (nominal)
    Ford Racing “Super Cobra Jet” valve train includes dual-valve springs, retainers, keepers, seals and premium stainless steel swirl polished valves. Intake valve diameter is 2.20" and exhaust valve diameter is 1.76"
    Ford Racing high-performance solid roller mechanical camshaft M-6250-A514 provides significant horsepower increases above 3500 RPM and good low-end torque. Valve lift is .640" intake and exhaust. Duration at .050" is 254 degrees intake and 258 degrees exhaust
    Ford Racing forged aluminum dished pistons, bore size 4.390"
    INSTALLATION NOTES:
    See engine installation and tuning tips
    Some or all of the following items may need to be changed from your original engine or modified for proper installation:
    A different performance oil pan and pickup tube may be required for your application. Call the Techline at (800) FORD788 for more information.
    The water pump will work for most 7.5L standard rotation applications.
    The valve covers should work for most applications, optional valve covers sold separately are available on pages 144-147.
    The auto transmission flywheel should work for most C-6 automatic transmission applications. For manual transmission applications use flywheel M-6375-Z460
    If a mechanical fuel pump is to be used, the front cover must be changed, and a fuel pump eccentric added to the front of the camshaft.
    Firing order 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8.
    Built with current available parts. Photo and specs may vary.
    Shipping weight approximately 715 lbs.
    FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL THE TECHLINE AT (800) FORD788.See Also...
    Crate Engine Build-Up
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    Crate Engine Warranty
    Engine Tips & Specs
    Crate Engine Catalog
    Package Dimensions: 38.75 x 36.50 x 36.00

    Package Weight: 733 lbs

    Part Type: Engine: Complete Engines

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    Warranty Availability: Yes

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    probably with a sawz-all and lots of zip ties....but only 580hp with that kind of displacement? nahhh
     
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    600 lb ft or torque at 4500 rpm though, and the 580 hp comes at only 5750 rpm from that 8.5 liter
     
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    yeah it's good power in general...but that's a beefy engine. i'd rather supercharge what's already in the Raptor and get more power, faster. btw..."Qould"? Did you mean Could?
     
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    Of qourse I meant Could, what did you think?
     
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    lol do u want me to edit it?
     
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    I already tried
     
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    :jawdrop: How did you do that?:Whoa::wtf:
     
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