"That thing have a Hurricane?" Not anymore. In response to the popularity of Chrysler Group's powerful and PR friendly Hemi engines, Ford was to unleash the "Hurricane". The engine displaced 6.2-liters and was to find a home in future F-Series pickups. Due to high costs, Ford decided to halt development. On the positive side of Ford powertrains, the 5.0-liter "Cammer" Ford Performance engine took 1-2 at the Grand-Am cup race this weekend and a new 605 hp 6.4-liter V-10 is on the way to power the Shelby GR-1 when that replaces the GT in showrooms a few years from now.
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