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The Best Engines – 2018 Ford Mustang GT 5.0L V8

As performance nuts, we really want to know all about what some of the best engines ...

As performance nuts, we really want to know all about what some of the best engines in the community are and what they have to offer. If you’re somebody who would consider yourself a lover of power and is just looking for something that’s interesting and performs rather well, you can look at the community and take peoples opinions, however, sometimes, you need to take them with grain of salt because every bias is different and they will prevail when you’re talking about cars, especially. However, with this new series from Engineering Explained, we might be able to check out some highly touted engines with a little bit of that bias removed.

In this series that simply goes by the name of “The Best Engines,” our host starts to dive into different applications that have received rewards and, while doing this, breaks them down to talk about the weak and strong points alike of each engine in addition to what brings them together in such a way as to gather recognition from various respected platforms around the community. After all, in order to pin down the attention of some of these folks, engines have to do some pretty heavy hitting, right?

If you follow along in the video below, you’ll get a complete breakdown of the 2018 Ford Mustang GT, more particularly its 5.0L V8, the Coyote engine that has been been evolving for years now. As it is gone through its paces, the application has definitely been growing and becoming more powerful along with being more durable. I think it’s pretty hard to deny the fact that this setup has really risen to be one of the most respectable that you’ll find in performance cars these days and with this video, you get the full rundown on what it’s done to gather that honor.





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