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New Product: Ford Racing 5.0L DOHC Aluminator Crate Engine NA

By - July 28, 2011 – 2:27 pmOne Comment | 2,436 views

M-6007-A50NA

Last month Ford Racing Performance Parts unveiled the 5.0L DOHC Aluminator crate engine specifically for supercharged applications. Now FRPP has released a new version of the Aluminator designed for those who want a naturally aspirated motor. Part #M-6007-A50NA, the 5.0 Aluminator NA is comes with extreme duty connecting rods and pistons designed specifically for high performance applications. Mahle 11.0:1 compression ratio forged pistons (the supercharged version comes with 9.5:1 compression) are hard anodized with Graphal low friction coating. The connecting rods are premium Manley H-beam with ARP 2000 bolts and fitted with BOSS 5.0L high performance bearings.

The 5.0 Aluminator NA is a direct bolt in for 2011-2012 Mustang GT but can be used in street rod or resto-mod builds using Ford Racing’s 5.0L engine controls pack. Retail pricing is listed at $8,099.00.

Ford Racing 5.0L DOHC Aluminator Crate Engine NA Features:

  • Fits 2011-2012 Mustang GT
  • 5.0L (302 cubic inches)
  • 11.0:1 compression ratio (nominal)
  • Mahle Hard Anodized  forged pistons with Graphal low friction coating
  • Manley H-beam connecting rods with ARP 2000 bolts
  • BOSS 5.0 connecting rod bearings
  • Lightweight aluminum cylinder block, M-6010-A50L4V,  features cross-bolted main bearing caps and thick main bearing bulkheads for bottom-end strength
  • Large sump oil pan with 8qt capacity features optimized oil drainback and windage tray to control improve high-rpm performance
  • Tuned composite intake manifold with production 80 mm throttle body
  • Ford Racing engine cover kit M-9680-M50
  • Front Cover is modified for Ford Racing Supercharger Kits: M-6066-MGT23TD, M-6066-MGT23PD
  • Heat Range 0 spark plugs, M-12405-M50
  • Boss Valve Springs, M-6513-M50BR
  • Ford Racing Oil Filter, CM-6731-FL820
  • Manual flywheel and pilot bearing

[Source: Ford Racing]




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