As we reported just recently, there is a strong possibility that the (surely amazing) 3.5-liter, twin-turbo V6 powering the new Ford GT supercar will be offered as a crate engine, available to be dropped into any custom build project or racing machine.
So, we want to know: how would you put the Ford GT’s high-power 3.5L EcoBoost to good use? Official output levels for the engine are still unknown, but believed to be around 630 horsepower and 539 lb-ft – those numbers coming from video game Forza Motorsport 6, which featured the new Ford GT on the cover. Being a forced-induction engine, it might also provide plenty of avenues for software and bolt-on upgrades to up the power even further.
Would you drop the Ford GT’s potent EcoBoost mill into an older car from the Blue Oval – perhaps a Mustang or a vintage Falcon? Would you engage in automotive blasphemy by installing it in an import, or a GM vehicle? Or maybe you’d like to secure one for your track-day car: a 600+ horsepower V6 would certainly lend some get-up-and-go to the BAC Mono (if you can find the space to fit it).
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