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Not sure this is the best forum, but afraid it might get lost in the general forum.

Has anyone found specs on the two motors? Ford lists specs for both motors combined, for HP, etc. There is always room to learn from those before you, you can copy them or decide what they do isn't worthy.

However, on some cars the front motor is smaller and actually a different type than the rear motor. It gives great specs, makes it an AWD, but might be more efficient and gives better mileage when out cruising on the highway.

I get the trucks going with 4 motors, they are likely all the same, but it doesn't have to be that way on the truck. It can be for sure and might be the best thing, however, if you get more power from the rear, it could possibly give some better mileage if they weren't the same size/specs.
 

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The details on the motors were in some photos I took at an F-150 event but I don't have access to those right now. IIRC the motors are basically the same in the front and back and are all made at the Van **** plant that used to make transmissions.
 
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Fortunately I have learned that VanDyke is allowed by the nannie bots. :)
 
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