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Ford’s beast of a crate engine is for sale and ready to ROAR into your engine bay

Sunday, Jul 26, 2020

When it comes to muscle car parts, sometimes the part is more exciting than the whole—as long as that part is a named “Godzilla.” And now Ford enthusiasts can get it for what many consider a steal, directly from the manufacturer.


Ford has listed its 7.3-liiter V-8 engine for sale at $8,150. Originally unveiled for its 2019 Super Duty trucks, Godzilla has been dubbed the most powerful engine in its class. Thanks to port fuel injection and 10.5:1 compression, it puts out 430 horsepower at 5,500 RPM, and 475 pound-feet of torque at 4,000 RPM. In addition to an iron block, aluminum heads and a forged steel crankshaft, Godzilla also comes with a throttle body, both exhaust manifolds, ignition coils, and an oil pan and cooker. But why stop at 430 horsepower? Enthusiasts are reporting numbers as high as 600 buff horses with a few basic modifications—and without any boost.

And thanks to its compact camshaft-in-block design, this 445-cubic-inch pushrod powerhouse can fit into a plenum of engine bays like the Raptor pickup or Mustang. We dare you to stuff this giant gas-fed V8 into your passion project ride.

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