- 1 Is a 4.6 a V8 or v6?
- 2 How many cubic inches is a 4.6 L engine?
- 3 Is a 4.6 A big block?
- 4 Is the 4.6 Triton a V8?
- 5 Is the 4.6 V8 a good engine?
- 6 Is the 4.6 a good engine?
- 7 Are all Ford 4.6 engines the same?
- 8 Is 4.6 or 5.4 engine better?
- 9 How much HP can a 4.6 2v handle?
- 10 How many miles will a Ford 4.6 last?
- 11 How long will a Ford 4.6 engine last?
- 12 Is a 4.6 V8 fast?
- 13 How much HP does a 4.6 L V8 have?
Is a 4.6 a V8 or v6?
The Ford 4.6L engine is a naturally aspirated V8 from Ford Motor was used to power a variety of different vehicles like sports cars, pickup trucks, sport utility vehicles, luxury sedans and cargo vans.
How many cubic inches is a 4.6 L engine?
4.6L = 281 cubic inches.
Is a 4.6 A big block?
The 385 family (429 & 460) are also big blocks. What makes a block a big block is the cylinder bore (or bore spacing) In general anything that is capable of more than a 4″ bore is considered a big block. Since the 4.6 & 5.4 Modular engines have a bore of only 3.55″, they would clearly be considered small blocks.
Is the 4.6 Triton a V8?
Also known as the Ford modular engine, Ford 4.6 L engine arrived on the scene in 1990 for the 1991 model year vehicles. Ford uses these 4.6 L V8 engines in a number of different Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury vehicles. Under the name Triton these engines were used in Ford trucks from 1997 until 2010.
Is the 4.6 V8 a good engine?
The 4.6 was certainly a smooth engine and a good power plant for a 4000 pound Lincoln. Rated at 190 horsepower that first year, the new 4.6 created forty more peak horsepower than the outgoing 5.0 liter V8. Fuel economy was the same with an EPA rating of 15 city and 22 highway (as per current EPA methods).
Is the 4.6 a good engine?
The 4.6 lt Ford engine with the 2 or 3 valve OHC ( single overhead cam ) is extremely reliable and durable. I’d say they’re very reliable engines. Not a lot of pulling power, but when I was working at a shop i’d see trucks with these engines come in with 300,000+ miles all the time.
Are all Ford 4.6 engines the same?
none. The F150 4.6 is a Triton motor and the Mustang is a modular engine. ah, they are both modular engines.
Is 4.6 or 5.4 engine better?
The 4.6 is TOO gutless IMOthe 5.4 is much more torquey and you won’t regret your decision whenever you put your foot down. Any issues with these engines is cause by people not knowing how to properly maintain themnot a design flaw.
How much HP can a 4.6 2v handle?
When it comes to building a high horsepower engine, you can’t beat the Ford 4.6L block as a base. The stock Mustang GT block has been known to handle up to 500 flywheel horsepower. However, this is flirting with disaster. Granted, with the proper mods the 4.6L can handle well over 1000 rwhp!
How many miles will a Ford 4.6 last?
You can get 400,000 miles out of the 4.6 liter Mustang GT engine if you change the oil every 3,000 miles and if you also maintain your vehicle. It all depends on how much that you take care of your car. Police cruisers go up to 200,000 and 250,000 miles on these same engines.
How long will a Ford 4.6 engine last?
It seems that they either seize before they get off of the transport truck (brand new) or run 200,000 miles with regular service. The 4.6L engines I work with are serviced religiously and run well over 150,000 mile in SEVERE service.
Is a 4.6 V8 fast?
The 4.6 3v is a powerful, fast and reliable motor even by today’s standards.
How much HP does a 4.6 L V8 have?
Ford 4.6L Modular V-8 Specs
|Engine:||4.6L 16v SOHC, 24v SOHC, 32v DOHC|
|Engine Oil Capacity:||6 quarts w/ filter|
|Peak Horsepower:||210 hp @ 4,400 rpm (F-150 2v, 1997) 292 hp @ 5,700 rpm (F-150 3v, 2010)|
|Peak Torque:||290 lb-ft @ 3,250 rpm (F-150 2v, 1997) 320 lb-ft @ 4,000 rpm (F-150 3v, 2010)|