The Top 10 Most Reliable Ford V8 Engines of All Time!

10. 289 V8 Small-Block

Ford designed the 289 CID, 4.7-liter V8 engine with a relatively small weight, small dimensions, and decent power to serve as an entry-level V8 for all models

09. Voodoo V8

The Voodoo engine is a 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V8 engine designed specifically for the Mustang Shelby GT350 and GT350R. Surprisingly, Ford's SVT engineers scarcely built the Voodoo on the Coyote V8 architecture.

08. EcoBoost Family

Ford launched the EcoBoost engine family for current passenger automobiles in 2009. Economic engines range from 1.0-liter three-cylinder to 2.3-liter four-cylinder.

07. Boss 429

The wider Boss 429 has semi-Hemi combustion chambers and superior flow to rev higher and produce more power and torque than comparable Ford big-blocks.

06. 428 Cobra Jet

Ford's 7.0-liter Cobra Jet V8 competed with Chevrolet's 427 V8, Pontiac's 428 V8, and Mopar's 426 Hemi when 427 Medium Risers were outdated in the late 1960s.

05. Flathead V8

The Flathead V8, the first mass-produced V8, was immensely important. Ford overcame its main opponent with new technologies and 65 horsepower.

04. 427 V8 Big-Block

Ford created the 427 big-blocks to dominate 1960s motorsport. The 427 was a bored-out 390 FE V8 with a high-nickel iron alloy block, forged crankshaft, solid lifters, and side-oiling.

03. Boss 302

The Ford Mustang and Mercury Cougar Boss 302 had high-performance connecting rods, forged pop-up pistons, a forged crankshaft, a tall deck, and an aggressive camshaft.

02. 5.0 EFI High Output

The EFI induction system introduced in the 1980s increased the power of the 5.0 V8 engine from 140 to 225 hp, making it competitive with the competition.

01. 5.0 Coyote V8

The 5.0 Coyote V8's twin variable camshaft timing on the intake and exhaust, webbed aluminum block, and direct fuel injection were designed for the Mustang.

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