Ford 6.2L Engine
The Ford 6.2L engine, Boss, is the internal name for a family of large-displacement V8 engines from Ford Motor Company. Ford intended to compete with Chrysler Hemi engines and General Motors’ 6.2L Vortec engines.
The V8 shares design similarities with the modular engine family. Such as a deep-skirt block with cross-bolted main caps, crankshaft-driven gerotor oil pump, overhead cam valve train arrangement, and bellhousing bolt pattern. In particular, the 6.2L features a two-valve per cylinder SOHC valve train with roller-rocker shafts. Also two spark plugs per cylinder, as well as dual-equal variable cam timing.
Replaced the Ford 6.8L Engine
The Ford 6.2L engine V-8 replaced the 6.8L Triton V-10 in the Ford Super Duty (F-250, F-350 models) for the 2011 model year. As is normal of trucks with heavier capabilities, the Super Duty version was slightly detuned. The engine was also introduced to the F-150 lineup for 2011, but was ultimately retired following the 2014 model year.
Applications for the 16-valve SOHC VCT 6.2 L V8 include:
- 2010 – 2012 F-150 HD Harley-Davidson
- 2010 – 2014 F-150 SVT Raptor
- 2011 – 2014 Ford F-Series
- 2011–2016 Ford F-Series Super Duty
- 2017–Present Ford F-Series Super Duty
- 2017 Ford E-Series, Cutaway and Stripped Chassis
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