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Old 10-31-2004, 01:51 PM   #1
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Has anyone else thought about changing the name of V6 Tech to Pushrod V6 and adding a new forum dedicated to the new 4.0L called Modular V6?
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Has anyone else thought about changing the name of V6 Tech to Pushrod V6 and adding a new forum dedicated to the new 4.0L called Modular V6?
I dont see the need to have two v6 forums.

V6 tech will cover all V6 Mustangs
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You got two V8 forums.
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You got two V8 forums.
and the v8 aftermarkey is 100x bigger than the v6 aftermarket
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the small block v8 aftermarket is 100x bigger than that of the v6s and modular v8s combined.
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The 4.0L is not a "modular" motor.

The 3.8 and 4.2 are more modular than the 4.0L since they share/can interchange so many parts.
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