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New Product: Ford Racing 5.0L Aluminum Race Block

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Ford Racing 5.0L Aluminum Race Block

Ford Racing Performance Parts has announced the addition of a new 5.0L aluminum race block to their catalog. Part number M-6010-M50R, the block is a special casting of the standard Coyote 5.0L block that features a number of changes to support higher horsepower engine builds including an upgraded water jacket to better support the cylinder bores and a cast-in brace on the intake side of the bore. Like the standard Coyote block, the race version features low pressure cast 319 aluminum construction, pressed-in thin-wall iron liners, cross-bolted nodular iron main bearing caps and 11mm cylinder head bolts.

The introduction of the new block comes in response to the motorsports community requesting a stouter version of the Coyote 5.0L V8. “Mustang racers were asking for an aluminum block that could deal with higher boost levels,” Ford Racing’s Andrew Casselberry told us.

Suggested retail pricing for the Ford Racing 5.0 aluminum race block is listed at $2,950.00

Ford Racing 5.0L Aluminum Race Block Features:

  • Special casting of the Mustang GT 5.0L 4V Ti-VCT block with a number of changes to support higher horsepower engine builds
  • Water jacket has been changed to add more material to support the cylinder bores
  • The intake side of the bore at the deck surface includes a cast in brace to improve the strength of the cylinder wall and head gasket sealing
  • Low pressure cast 319 aluminum
  • Pressed-in thin-wall iron liners
  • 92.2 mm bore size
  • Cross-bolted nodular iron main bearing caps
  • Block features 11mm cylinder head bolts
  • Block has provisions for engine oil squirters
  • Includes dowels and plugs

[Source: Ford Racing Performance Parts]

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