what is the average motor size in 7200??

racer56

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Ford 4.0 liter is probably the most popular.
 

Forty1Racing

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4.0L ford 4.3 Chevy 4.5 ford nascar 3.6L Cadillac
there is quite a few options it really just comes down to whether you want Reliability, Power, Or the grey area mixture of both.
 

jsallenbach

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Go with a ford, First On Race Day, but this is my opinion and im a buggy dork, soooo.
 

JWOOD

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Because un educated people came up with the names or they just sound better
 

jsallenbach

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Because un educated people came up with the names or they just sound better
In my opinion, i think they perform better, Look at the results from the last 4 BITD race's, fords been dominating the competition, and they put out more cash.
 

mcidge

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Do you have to stick with the same manufacturer as the original truck in 7200 or class 7? ex: can a ford run a chev engine?
 

Robert Mason

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Just picked up the the 4.5 ford motors for Caspino's 7200 truck from Fat today. We have had very good luck with reliability, knock on wood.

 
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Laurie

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How would a stock Ford engine in a great suspended truck do in the class?

The age old debate. It's a fine line. We've leaned to the suspension over horse power. We can't get away in smooth stuff but have grenaded many engines.
 
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