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Old 10-24-2013, 07:14 AM   #1
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power estimate???

Does anyone have a clue what ill be puttingito the wheels with mmrs 600hp block, modular head shop stage 2 ported polished heads atage 2 cams pi intake after market throttle body and intake and lt headers with no cats? Ik it hard to put a number but I just want some inputs to know where I'm at. Thanks
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Honestly it will be between 280-300 rwhp with 9.5:1 compression. The biggest factor will be what compression ratio you are running that will determine your increase in horsepower.
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Should have 10.5 : 1 compression
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330-360 rwhp if your wanting to stay n/a I would get the trickflow topend kit it puts 380 to the wheels with the stock pi intake

---------- Post added at 09:46 AM ---------- Previous post was at 09:44 AM ----------

And it makes it with the stock short block to
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330-360 rwhp if your wanting to stay n/a I would get the trickflow topend kit it puts 380 to the wheels with the stock pi intake ---------- Post added at 09:46 AM ---------- Previous post was at 09:44 AM ---------- And it makes it with the stock short block to
380 to the wheels with just top end kit..? I like the trick flow top end kit just as much as the next guy and wish I had it but I think that may be a little bit of a stretch. Do you have proof for these claims?

I'd be hard pressed to find many people making north of 325rwhp NA without some pretty extensive engine work on our 2vs.
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http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/...Fc-Y4AodaUQAQw

Here ya go the other ppl were probably still have the stock heads just ported
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280-300 rwhp

You will not see 380 hp with that top end kit that's a lie
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Trick Flow Mustang 390/375 Top End Engine Kit w/ 38cc Heads (96-04) 4.6 2V 519390375 - LatemodelRestoration.com

Here ya go the other ppl were probably still have the stock heads just ported
its cheep too..... -.-
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Old 10-24-2013, 07:29 PM   #10
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http://www.onallcylinders.com/2012/1...-to-a-4-6l-2v/

Why is this so hard to believe ...just google it ....there's multiple test just like this... A good afr head can intake and more compression 5.0 can make 400
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We are talking about 4.6l motors here, and no a HCI 5.0 will not make 400rwhp. You need a stroker for that. And I can't see that link at work so if its a 4.6L 2V stroker. Yeah it might be 400 flywheel hp again. No way in hell its to the wheels though.

Also that advertisement is for what 375hp? Yeah that's at the flywheel. If it was rear wheel it would say "rear wheel" or "to the wheels". 375fwhp is right around the 330whp mark which is what a TFS top end kit will be at.

MMR shortblock and all those mods... you'd have spent way less money just supercharging the stock motor and be over the 400whp mark no problem. NA 2V is a waste of money unless you are racing in a class at a local track that requires it. Boost or GTFO.
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We are talking about 4.6l motors here, and no a HCI 5.0 will not make 400rwhp. You need a stroker for that. And I can't see that link at work so if its a 4.6L 2V stroker. Yeah it might be 400 flywheel hp again. No way in hell its to the wheels though. Also that advertisement is for what 375hp? Yeah that's at the flywheel. If it was rear wheel it would say "rear wheel" or "to the wheels". 375fwhp is right around the 330whp mark which is what a TFS top end kit will be at. MMR shortblock and all those mods... you'd have spent way less money just supercharging the stock motor and be over the 400whp mark no problem. NA 2V is a waste of money unless you are racing in a class at a local track that requires it. Boost or GTFO.
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I saw a Bullitt once making just under 400rwhp NA, but it had a lot more done than HCI with a stroker
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We are talking about 4.6l motors here, and no a HCI 5.0 will not make 400rwhp. You need a stroker for that. And I can't see that link at work so if its a 4.6L 2V stroker. Yeah it might be 400 flywheel hp again. No way in hell its to the wheels though.

Also that advertisement is for what 375hp? Yeah that's at the flywheel. If it was rear wheel it would say "rear wheel" or "to the wheels". 375fwhp is right around the 330whp mark which is what a TFS top end kit will be at.

MMR shortblock and all those mods... you'd have spent way less money just supercharging the stock motor and be over the 400whp mark no problem. NA 2V is a waste of money unless you are racing in a class at a local track that requires it. Boost or GTFO.
I'm just saying that's what trickflow claims ...honestly I think it will be close to 340-350 rwhp ..that's what I've seen on YouTube
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I'm just saying that's what trickflow claims ...honestly I think it will be close to 340-350 rwhp ..that's what I've seen on YouTube
That will probably be more of an accurate guess.
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Like I said their claim is around 375 hp at the flywheel and that would be pretty close.
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