The one in 9 months, or 21?
I'm thinking after everyone has had their hands on them for a little while so 21 months. No doubt Ford and the aftermarket they're already working with will have a good showing but I think we're going to see some crazy engine & axle swaps once people have access.The one in 9 months, or 21?
9 from now will be after the reveal, around the time the press typically gets their hands on a new vehicle and just before commercial production begins. I think Ford and some of its partner companies will certainly have an interesting showing for SEMA. They know there is a big uphill battle against the Wrangler and its vast aftermarket support -- so I would expect them to come out swinging.
The interest that this motor is going to get for retrofits is going to be huge. It's sad thatI'm hoping if the aftermarket is doing this kind of stuff for a motorhome engine :wink: there should be some great stuff awaiting the Bronco after it's release.
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