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2024 Ford F-150 Raptor R 5.2L V8 Crate Engine Available Now

Ford has long offered enthusiasts a vast array of crate engine choices, which have been used in all sorts of projects – ranging from vintage restomods to newer builds. The Blue Oval also continues to add crate engines to its catalog, including – most recently – the 3.3L V6 Duratec, the fourth-generation 5.0L V8 Coyote Aluminator, and the 5.2L V8 Voodoo engine used in the S550-generation Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 and GT350R. Now, that list has grown yet again, this time, to include an enhanced version of the supercharged 5.2.L V8 present in the 2024 Ford F-150 Raptor R.

2024 Ford F-150 Raptor R 5.2L V8 Crate Engine

Listed in the Ford Performance catalog under part number M-6007-M52SCA, this new 5.2L V8 crate engine is the same unit present in the 2024 Ford F-150 Raptor R, though it actually produces even more power than it does in that particular application. In fact, it’s rated to generator 760 horsepower and 625 pound-feet of torque – just like it did in the S550-generation Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 – when paired with the the control pack listed under part number M-6017-M52SC and premium fuel.

This is particularly interesting because the 2023 Ford F-150 Raptor R generated 700 horsepower and 640 pound-feet of torque, but the 2024 model upped the ante with a boost to 720 horsepower and 640 pound-feet. According to Ford, this improvement was achieved via “reduced air inlet losses coupled with an optimized calibration that also results in a wider torque curve.”

2024 Ford F-150 Raptor R Assembly Process - Exterior 001 - Front

In any event, though this new crate engine is identical to the one used in the 2024 Ford F-150 Raptor R, combining it with the aforementioned GT500 control pack gives it an even greater boost, which should come as welcome news to those interested in using one in any number of applications. That endeavor won’t be cheap, as one might imagine, as this new crate engine retails for a cool $29,500, however.

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Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Smitty

    Would you just look at it!!

    1. John

      It really is something to behold.

  2. Boomer


    1. Copyless

      Why would a Chevy fan even read a article about a Ford? I mean I don’t read articles about corvettes and leave disparaging comments about them. I don’t know you are a Chevy fan but you do talk about “leaks”, now since I believe the article actually mentions two different motors, I will only comment on one. I have owned a GT350 since end of ’15, not a lot of miles but not trailered, a little over 15k on it, and it has never “leaked” a drop of anything, and it also sees 7000+ rpms Everytime it is driven, so also not babyed either, I can’t speak for other 350’s but I know mine has been great

    2. Stan

      I have a 2016 GT350 (8200 miles) drive it as it should be driven, hard, not a drop of anything anywhere. Also have a raptor (17) as my daily with 60,000 miles and the normal problems which ford took care of but the GT is about as exciting as it gets for a car under a $100,000

  3. Mf

    They need to make it available in a non raptor R.

    1. rapturd

      Just make the 5.0 standard or optional in raptors and broncos. Slap a SC on for $10k and you got a raptor “R”

  4. Copyless

    I have a question or maybe a comment. The article mentions the 5.2 voodoo which correctly stated was in the GT350’s, but I don’t know of any GT500’s that had a voodoo engine in the them, did I miss something? I ask this because I know the 500’s had a 5.2lsc motor but they were cross plane cranks, where the voodoo motors where flat plane cranks. So one of my questions is, did Ford SC the voodoo motor and I missed it? I know the motors in the newer 500’s was not a voodoo but was a 5.2 . Someone help me with this dilemma, thank you.

  5. FordCosworth

    No Ford didn’t SC the FPC 5.2L Voodoo.

    The article mentions a crate Voodoo is available. And now the 5.2L SC Predator GT500/Raptor R engine has been added to the mix

    The GT500 had the Predator 5.2L SC, based off the Voodoo but cross plane crank main difference


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