The point of the Voodoo was to make it sound like a Mustang and not like a Ferrari… If you want Ferrari sound go and buy one ;) The crank pins in the Voodoo crankshaft are in a different order (up down up down instead of up down down up). They are no longer perfectly balanced. Besides, they put on some unequal headers combined with a single intake, which in combination creates the unique Voodoo sound. Former Ford Design Director Chris Svensson once said that they were worried the Voodoo would sound like a Ferrari hence they made some changes.As far as sound goes, has everything been done with both cross- and flat-plane V8s? I feel like to save it one last time, someone would have to make an absolute swan song of a V8 in terms of both sound and performance. Something never heard and done before that outperforms everything in its class and even outside it. That said I'd absolutely be down for a flat-V8 that sounds completely different from the Voodoo but still screams like a Ferrari at high RPMs. But if it the Mustang becomes a niche vehicle that only the rich can afford it, will it no longer be a Mustang in terms of vehicular purpose?