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Ford V-10 351ci??

Has anyone heard anything or have info on this beast from Ford? I read on another message board that Ford has hand made a V-10 using the design of the 4.6L DOHC used in the Cobra's with another set of cylinders added on. 281ci X 1.25 = 351.25ci
No relation to the tall-deck Triton V-10 motors, this thing is supposed to be all performance.

If you have any info or links on this motor please post, or if I've read some too god to be true, than set me straight.

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Re: Ford V-10 351ci??

yah, they made it, said it would never see production, and that's about the whole story

a couple mags did articles on it, but nothing really worth reading about since it's nothing that anyone will ever see.
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Yeah, it was pretty sad too. All aluminum V-10 in a Mustang and it still couldn't match the acceleration numbers of a corvette or viper.

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This one V10 put in the Mustang and they called the Mustang Boss 351. (See Enclosed pic number 1). And then there was one!!!! The V10 Ford built as a suprise to go in a suprise car for Carroll Shelby the newest version (concept) Ford Shelby Cobra using a 7.0L 390 c.i. V10 which pumps out a mere 605 Horsepower and a Tire Twisting 501 Ft. Lbs. of Torque, which is said to have been dynoed on a dyno that can only go up to 600HP Max so to say, more power than we think? Car ran 0-60 in only 3.3 seconds matching the Ford GT. Est. Top Speed around 200 MPH. Non Belivers? Check and search for the Ford Shelby Cobra or just go back 2 months and get the March issue of their magazine.

Sorry about this one guys, check my gallery I"m forming, I have pix of the Mustang and the Cobra or will have soon.

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