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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-31-2007, 10:14 PM Thread Starter
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@ 500 Ci that could work in Pro Stock as well..

That would be awesome!

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i wonder if this is based even loosely on the new Boss engines that are suppose to be introduced in the f-150s and maybe mustangs?
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It is Ford/Force version of the NHRA 'spec' TF Hemi. Nothing like any production block at all.

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so the typical blocks that mopar and chevy uses in nitro are how big?

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so the typical blocks that mopar and chevy uses in nitro are how big?
500 cubic inches

500 is the largest NHRA allows in top fuel and prostock.
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500 cubes.

Engines are Rodeck, TFX or Brad Anderson Enterprises. All are very similar. This motor is Force/Ford's redesign of the basic TF engine architecture.

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NHRA SAYS 4.8 B.C. ONLY!!! MOSTLY FORCES$$ MORE THAN LIKELY
SCREW NHRA I WOULDNT GIVEM 1 RED CENT FOR ANYTHING
THEY SOLD OUT ALONG TIME AGO

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