The Voodoo is a legendary 5.2-liter, naturally aspirated V8 engine powering the Ford Mustang Shelby GT350/350R.

The year 2020 wasn't great since an unique virus that no one had anticipated unexpectedly swept across governments, society, and corporations all around the world. 

The Mustang GT350 and its track-focused GT350R muscle vehicles were discontinued in the same year, 

as if to coincide with the proverb "when it rains, it pours." 

The Mustang GT350 is unquestionably the finest thing to happen to muscle cars since Carroll Shelby.

Whatever the case, the globe recovered from the incapacitating coronavirus, and Mustang enthusiasts found solace in the impending, 

limited-production Shelby GT500, which is expected to be the most potent Ford vehicle ever made with 760 horsepower. 

The notion that the Blue Oval discontinued the pony cars in order to draw customers to the GT500 couldn't have been untrue.

But nobody will ever forget the Voodoo engine that propelled the GT350 and 350R. 

Even while the bigger sibling GT500's 5.2-liter supercharged V8 (aptly named Predator) produces more horsepower  ...

than the track-focused GT350R, the 5.2-liter Voodoo V8 revs faster and higher (526 horsepower). Let's investigate voodoo.

Detailed Look At The 5.2-Liter Voodoo Engine

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