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Old 06-11-2012, 04:00 PM   #1
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Stock Block on 2013 GT vs. BOSS

What are the limits as far as rwhp on the stock block of a 2013 GT vs. the BOSS?
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There is no set number for a block. Some last some don't as with all mechanical things. Some blow up at under 400rwhp and some last at over 600. One thing is guaranteed though once you continue to mod the engine be prepared to replace or rebuild the engine cause it will happen sooner or later.

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The boss will last longer under power though because of the beefier internals.
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The Boss engine will handle more horsepower due to the forged internals. The regular 5.0 engine will blow before the Boss's will.
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I see a lot of the new 5.0 hitting the 600 rwhp mark and curious if this a safe number for their internals. I know my 2000 GT was good for about 450 rwhp and that showed to be true until I grenaded the engine at 14lbs of boost.
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I see a lot of the new 5.0 hitting the 600 rwhp mark and curious if this a safe number for their internals. I know my 2000 GT was good for about 450 rwhp and that showed to be true until I grenaded the engine at 14lbs of boost.
What makes the 5.0 any better I thought it was just a stroked 4.6 ?
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What makes the 5.0 any better I thought it was just a stroked 4.6 ?
No it's a whole newwer engine all togather
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No it's a whole newwer engine all togather
Ok I was just wandering because the 5.0 modular was out way before they offered them in a vehicle unless that was different to I will have to google the specks on it to see thanks for the info
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I see a lot of the new 5.0 hitting the 600 rwhp mark and curious if this a safe number for their internals. I know my 2000 GT was good for about 450 rwhp and that showed to be true until I grenaded the engine at 14lbs of boost.
It's all in the tune and how hard you are driving the car.
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I can say this about new 5.0 coyote that is not a boost friendly engine it has very high compression
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I can say this about new 5.0 coyote that is not a boost friendly engine it has very high compression
High compression don't make not boost friendly. Just have to know the limits of it. With good tune and 93 gas you can make 600-650whp fairly easy and safe. After that your playing with fire. Those are the limit's with boost. But as said all in tune. I'm around 630-640whp. All hard miles on the street and track. But my tune is spot on since day one. Key is getting a great tuner to.tune it.

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What are the limits as far as rwhp on the stock block of a 2013 GT vs. the BOSS?
Above for regular 5.0. Boss with its better cams, heads, internals will make more power. Tracy from maximum velocity with her boss has made 800whp+ on race gas with a 3.6L KB. It was featured in NM&ff a few months ago.
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What makes the 5.0 any better I thought it was just a stroked 4.6 ?
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What makes the 5.0 any better I thought it was just a stroked 4.6 ?
Totally different engine build from the ground up with 4 independently tunable cams and it's a 4 valve not a 3 valve and revs about 2 thousand Rpm higher. It's like comparing a firecracker to an m1000
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High compression don't make not boost friendly. Just have to know the limits of it. With good tune and 93 gas you can make 600-650whp fairly easy and safe. After that your playing with fire. Those are the limit's with boost. But as said all in tune. I'm around 630-640whp. All hard miles on the street and track. But my tune is spot on since day one. Key is getting a great tuner to.tune it.

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Above for regular 5.0. Boss with its better cams, heads, internals will make more power. Tracy from maximum velocity with her boss has made 800whp+ on race gas with a 3.6L KB. It was featured in NM&ff a few months ago.
actually he is right the coyote with it's high compression isn't a boost friendly motor. that is why ford racing specifically makes a boost friendly version and why everyone with boost eventually replaces the motor or rebuilds with forged internals and or lowers compression. sure you can add boost and be fine for a while....you can do that with any motor. but its just not made for boost and long reliability plain and simple. and ya i know your going to say how your making this much power with this many passes but your motor will let go soon. and all the other performance shops running high boost they have either rebuilt the stock motor with forged parts or replaced with built short blocks...
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Totally different engine build from the ground up with 4 independently tunable cams and it's a 4 valve not a 3 valve and revs about 2 thousand Rpm higher. It's like comparing a firecracker to an m1000
From what I read alot of the 5.0 is based on the 4.6 but do have some differences

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actually he is right the coyote with it's high compression isn't a boost friendly motor. that is why ford racing specifically makes a boost friendly version and why everyone with boost eventually replaces the motor or rebuilds with forged internals and or lowers compression. sure you can add boost and be fine for a while....you can do that with any motor. but its just not made for boost and long reliability plain and simple. and ya i know your going to say how your making this much power with this many passes but your motor will let go soon. and all the other performance shops running high boost they have either rebuilt the stock motor with forged parts or replaced with built short blocks...
Thanks for agreeing I thought the same high compression is no good for boost
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From what I read alot of the 5.0 is based on the 4.6 but do have some differences

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Thanks for agreeing I thought the same high compression is no good for boost
The high compression is only part of why....but I will disagree with you about your 4.6-5.0 argument. They are completely different engines and really nothing like the 4.6 other then they are both mod motors.
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actually he is right the coyote with it's high compression isn't a boost friendly motor. that is why ford racing specifically makes a boost friendly version and why everyone with boost eventually replaces the motor or rebuilds with forged internals and or lowers compression. sure you can add boost and be fine for a while....you can do that with any motor. but its just not made for boost and long reliability plain and simple. and ya i know your going to say how your making this much power with this many passes but your motor will let go soon. and all the other performance shops running high boost they have either rebuilt the stock motor with forged parts or replaced with built short blocks...
Actually high compression doesn't necesarily mean not boost friendly. My friend/tunner did a turbo e85 2011 and was a beast at 663rwhp and didn't really go very agressive on the tune. But the Boss engine does have a better flowing heads and forged internals which make it not more reliable but less likely to gernade on you.
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Actually high compression doesn't necesarily mean not boost friendly. My friend/tunner did a turbo e85 2011 and was a beast at 663rwhp and didn't really go very agressive on the tune. But the Boss engine does have a better flowing heads and forged internals which make it not more reliable but less likely to gernade on you.
Like I said before any motor can make boost for a while. But coyote motors at 600+rwhp will let go its a matter of when not if. The coyote just like any mustang motor can have boost added but they aren't made for it and don't have the internals for it. So ya it's not just the high compression but that adds to to fire.
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Wnt2gofst had double negative. He meant high compression doesn't necessarily mean it cant handle boost...just means motor needs greater strength to handle it. For a motor to handle 500+whp on stock internals with boost means its built well. Less than a handful of oem motors can handle 700 wheel with boost. And that seems to be your prerequisite for motor "handling" boost...
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high compression plus boost is not as detrimental to the motor as some are making it out to be. pushing that amount of power in ANY motor that was not designed for that much will make it fail more quickly. even if it was 9.5:1 compression pushing 600+ whp it wouldn't necessailry hold up any better without building the motor.

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high compression plus boost is not as detrimental to the motor as some are making it out to be. pushing that amount of power in ANY motor that was not designed for that much will make it fail more quickly. even if it was 9.5:1 compression pushing 600+ whp it wouldn't necessailry hold up any better without building the motor.

Like wnt2gofst says... tune tune tune
Right. Any motor that didnt come FI from factory isn't technically "made" to handle boost. That's why coyote is impressive for what it CAN handle.
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right!! pushing a car to about %175 of it's factory capacity in power will make ANY motor fail faster push a Z06 to ~800 hp at motor, push a veyron to 1750 hp at motor, push the GT500 to ~1100 hp at motor, any of these will fail far faster
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actually he is right the coyote with it's high compression isn't a boost friendly motor. that is why ford racing specifically makes a boost friendly version and why everyone with boost eventually replaces the motor or rebuilds with forged internals and or lowers compression. sure you can add boost and be fine for a while....you can do that with any motor. but its just not made for boost and long reliability plain and simple. and ya i know your going to say how your making this much power with this many passes but your motor will let go soon. and all the other performance shops running high boost they have either rebuilt the stock motor with forged parts or replaced with built short blocks...
Actually look at engines on e85. They all run high compression. Ford even makes kits for the 5.0. To run on stock engines. The aluminator is actually for guys that want to run big big power in the end. And my car with several others on here prove they are boost friendly. And let go soon? 7000 miles and no issues. Look around do research. More blew up with just tunes to bolt ons then blown ones. Hell few guys blew there engines with boost and knew they would. As me and others said. Its in the tune and amount of boost. 10lbs and under with a good tune you will be fine.

Again till you have real experience with these cars stop giving advice. Setting people wrong.

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right!! pushing a car to about %175 of it's factory capacity in power will make ANY motor fail faster push a Z06 to ~800 hp at motor, push a veyron to 1750 hp at motor, push the GT500 to ~1100 hp at motor, any of these will fail far faster
Z06's are good to about 6-8lbs boost stock. Then boom...GT500 least the 5.4 was good to.just about 1000whp. Don't know about a Bugatti. I just know they ate fast...lol

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Look.at Terry Reeves car still at 10.5:1 compression and makes 1000whp on stock block just upgraded internals. Stock crank, heads. Same for Chris Cruze's car. Still high compression. They have tunes for e85/racegas/and even 93. .5 lower compression. That's still considered high.
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Have to love e85.. We just got out first e85 station where I live. Sadly that excites me...
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Have to love e85.. We just got out first e85 station where I live. Sadly that excites me...
Don't get too excited, they opened a bunch up around here during the initial E85 craze, and they all stopped carrying it when it didn't sell. Now I can't find a single station, and that's the only thing stopping me from running on corn.
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Don't get too excited, they opened a bunch up around here during the initial E85 craze, and they all stopped carrying it when it didn't sell. Now I can't find a single station, and that's the only thing stopping me from running on corn.
I found a bunch in Ohio. Most around Dayton area and cinci.
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I found a bunch in Ohio. Most around Dayton area and cinci.
Where around Dayton? I haven't been able to find any. Used to be able to get it at the Krogers and Meijers stations but they all quit carrying it.

These are the two I've been able to find, and they're both a significant distance away from where I live and not on any of my normal routes.

http://www.e85refueling.com/location...y&state=ohOhio

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Here one I use. Shows all even suburbs of Dayton.

http://e85vehicles.com/e85-stations.html
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Friend of mine has an 2011 5.0 blown and has 38k miles on it and still running strong. Has had it like that since 1k miles and he has a heavy foot. Idk his hp but I'm sure he has over 550 hp
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Here one I use. Shows all even suburbs of Dayton.

http://e85vehicles.com/e85-stations.html
Nice, thanks. Still only see two within driving distance though. There are a few more up north, but that's a 20+ mile one way trip for fuel.
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Actually look at engines on e85. They all run high compression. Ford even makes kits for the 5.0. To run on stock engines. The aluminator is actually for guys that want to run big big power in the end. And my car with several others on here prove they are boost friendly. And let go soon? 7000 miles and no issues. Look around do research. More blew up with just tunes to bolt ons then blown ones. Hell few guys blew there engines with boost and knew they would. As me and others said. Its in the tune and amount of boost. 10lbs and under with a good tune you will be fine.

Again till you have real experience with these cars stop giving advice. Setting people wrong.

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Z06's are good to about 6-8lbs boost stock. Then boom...GT500 least the 5.4 was good to.just about 1000whp. Don't know about a Bugatti. I just know they ate fast...lol

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Look.at Terry Reeves car still at 10.5:1 compression and makes 1000whp on stock block just upgraded internals. Stock crank, heads. Same for Chris Cruze's car. Still high compression. They have tunes for e85/racegas/and even 93. .5 lower compression. That's still considered high.
you call 7000miles with no issues being boost friendly? lol when you have 50,000miles making 600+rwhp then i will agree with you. but i guarantee your motor will let go before then good tune or not. i will agree with you on the fact you have more drag experience in your car then me but i am a certified mechanic by trade and have years of experience of it! also this is my 6th mustang. how can you even argue? id be amazed if your motor lasted until 50,000! and even that is a virgin and extremely early failure.
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you call 7000miles with no issues being boost friendly? lol when you have 50,000miles making 600+rwhp then i will agree with you. but i guarantee your motor will let go before then good tune or not. i will agree with you on the fact you have more drag experience in your car then me but i am a certified mechanic by trade and have years of experience of it! also this is my 6th mustang. how can you even argue? id be amazed if your motor lasted until 50,000! and even that is a virgin and extremely early failure.
The new 5.0 engine is a boost friendly engine when considering its non-FI engine. My girlfriends brother has had a frpp whipple on it since day one and it is still running strong. Last time I drove his car it had 38k on it thats his DD and this was a while back like on the last days of may. His car ran perfect from LA to Oakland were the car was converted by my friend and I to run e85.
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you call 7000miles with no issues being boost friendly? lol when you have 50,000miles making 600+rwhp then i will agree with you. but i guarantee your motor will let go before then good tune or not. i will agree with you on the fact you have more drag experience in your car then me but i am a certified mechanic by trade and have years of experience of it! also this is my 6th mustang. how can you even argue? id be amazed if your motor lasted until 50,000! and even that is a virgin and extremely early failure.
There is guys already posting here with 38k no issues. And I'm a mechanic also. Been mechanic for last 15 yrs. ASE certified and all.

And some guys on other sites have more miles then the 38k listed here.
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The new 5.0 engine is a boost friendly engine when considering its non-FI engine. My girlfriends brother has had a frpp whipple on it since day one and it is still running strong. Last time I drove his car it had 38k on it thats his DD and this was a while back like on the last days of may. His car ran perfect from LA to Oakland were the car was converted by my friend and I to run e85.
Oh here we go with the my girlfriends brothers cousins dad story again lol

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There is guys already posting here with 38k no issues. And I'm a mechanic also. Been mechanic for last 15 yrs. ASE certified and all.

And some guys on other sites have more miles then the 38k listed here.
Not driving how you do sorry bud. With our drag passes your motor will be lucky to see 30000miles!
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