How many cubic inches is the Ford Triton V10?

The Ford Triton v10 6.8 litre engine measures 413 cubic inches.

The 6.8L was produced for 1997 to 2010 model year Ford Super Duty (F-250, F-350) pickups, eventually being replaced altogether by Ford's 6.2L V-8. Although the V-10's power ratings have varied with model year and application, it has been rated as high as 362 horsepower and 457 lb-ft in the Ford Super Duty. It was used exclusively in F-650 and F-750 medium duty trucks for several model years before Ford introduced the 6.7L Power Stroke to this platform.

The 6.8L V-10 is a member of Ford's Modular engine family, sharing an identical cylinder bore and stroke with the 5.4L Modular V-8. It has similar known issues as the Modular V-8's, which includes concerns with stripped spark plug threads. For many years, the V-10 offered a powerful, more affordable alternative to Ford's Power Stroke diesel. Despite lacking the diesel's performance characteristics, the engine featured attractive ratings at a much lower price than the diesel upgrade. It's been regarded as a respectable engine platform, despite the fact that it typically provides lackluster fuel economy - it is, after all, a relatively high displacement engine. The V-10 was replaced by the 6.2L V-8 in Super Duty trucks for the 2011 model year, although Ford continues to use the engine in various medium duty (F-650/F-750), chassis cab (F-250 through F-550), and stripped chassis (i.e. motorhome upfit) applications.

See Ford 6.8L V-10 Specs at F150 Hub.

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