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Old 05-04-2010, 17:46   #1 (permalink)
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Video of 504 hp Ford 400 at WOT on Dyno

A couple of years ago I did an engine build for Hot Rod magazine trying to build a 500 horsepower engine for less than five grand using a 400 Ford block and crank. We wound up about 400 bucks over the limit but the engine build was a lot of fun.

Recently, a ran across a video of the dyno session from that build that's never been seen before. I thought this engine sounded great and figured I'd share. The 565 lb/ft or torque really shows up when the operator pulls back on the throttle and both engine and stand drop back down!

Video: The Hot Rod 400 Ford on the Dyno | Street Muscle Action

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Old 05-05-2010, 14:22   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Video of 504 hp Ford 400 at WOT on Dyno

By the way, I've also just put up the complete build sheet, which includes part numbers and prices. You can find it here:

Street Muscle Action • View topic - Build Sheet for the 400 Ford
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