Published in Legendary Ford's July/August 2008 issue.

The inline six by design will produce more torque pound for pound than a V8. The reason is simple; a V8 spins the crankshaft 90 degrees for each stroke, while the inline six turns the crank 120 degrees between strokes. This means for every revolution, the inline design inherently has more time to deliver power to the crankshaft. Typically, maximum torque is produced between 2500-4000rpm, where it happens to be needed...​
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