4.6L (1996-2004 Modular) MustangTechnical discussions on 1996-2004 4.6 Liter Modular Motors (2V and 4V) within. Sponsored by Cruizin Concepts
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4.6 cast iron block, filled with a forged steel crankshaft, forged rods and 9.6-1 compression forged pistons. Ported Pi cylinder heads are fitted with oversize stainless valves and high performance beehive valve springs. A pair of billet camshafts, ground with our hot street cam grind provide a broad powerband and the lopey idle of a hot rod engine, Billet fuel rails, polished billet throttle body and cast aluminum valve covers complete this engine package. $10,995.00
And Guess what? Thats without a Big Bore Block. and without FRPP heads which our better then PI heads. Any questions? With FRPP estimate another 30 hp, and with a big bore setup another 50 hp. Woot 480 hp 5.0 2v GT.
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1996 Ford Mustang GT with 80% bolt on's.
+$8,000 for the rear which will snap, a new tranny, wheels/tires to put it to the ground, and then all the suspension you'll need. After that you'll be set. Sounds great!
99 black gt Accufab 75mm tb+plenum, SLP underdrives, Pypes catback/o/r x, 3.73's
07 Red gt 306rwhp 303rwtq, 12.9 1/4
97 red gt pi swapped/full bolt ons except for long tubes and gears. 260rwhp/290rwtq 13.5 1/4
Crankshaft HP....Who cares...It's to the wheels that counts. Hell, my lil 283cid 2V puts over 450HP at the crank. I think people might have misunderstood your ? about having 400HP out of a 2V. It's not that difficult to build a 400HP 2V motor, it's getting that much HP to the wheels which is pretty much unheard of.
for that kind of money, i better be running high 9's at least. to think i spent around a grand for that kind of power
1988 lx- 62k, flowmasters, 3.73s, explorer upper and lower intake, 70mm turbo kit, built redneck c4, twisted wedge 190 heads, 1.6 rocker arms, all stock and original block, e85 conversion, tuned by jim riskovski at turbo connection. 506whp, 562tq
1996 toyota camry DD
"ALL THIS TALK ABOUT HORSEPOWER THIS AND HORSEPOWER THAT. WHEN WILL PEOPLE REALIZE THAT HORSEPOWER ONLY SELLS CARS??? TORQUE IS WHAT WINS RACES"!!!!!!!!!!!
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