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Old 02-23-2010
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Crate Duratec Cyclones?

Anyone heard anything about whether or not Ford is going to offer up a Crate Duratec Cyclone block? Not even really thinking about putting it in a Ranger really since it's a FWD... just seems like it would be a good engine to put out there.
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Old 03-01-2010
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Now that the Mustang will have a 3.7 version of that DOHC V-6, I would imagine that a crate engine might well be upcoming.
They've added a considerable amount of beans to that V-6 when it's set up for RWD, too... ought to make for a really interesting and entertaining Ranger... Name:  evil0000.gif
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