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Old 12-08-2015, 12:11 AM   #1
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Max hp a 4.6 can handle

I have a 306 foxbody with about 350hp and i love it but i got a call from a buddy with his 4.6 for sale and im curious of how the engine will handle the hp, and if the 400rwhp is a safe amount.

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If tuned correctly it should handle the 400 whp well for quite some time. 450 is where i have read these cars become a time bomb. I would say your safe at that level but may want to get your own tune. If going above that you would want forged internals IMO.

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If tuned correctly it should handle the 400 whp well for quite some time. 450 is where i have read these cars become a time bomb. I would say your safe at that level but may want to get your own tune. If going above that you would want forged internals IMO.

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Is that one supercharged? I would assume so at that power level?

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No its not supercharged


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That with a single turbo would be fine but you still probably dont want to exceed the 425 whp mark safely. I know a single turbo (On3) setup can produce 450 whp on an NPI motor with just exhaust and a few bolt ons (member posted results a while back on this) so if you didnt upgrade to forged internals too it would be kind of a waste unless you just want the top end power of a turbo.

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Well i was thinking maybe just doing a stroker to a 5.0 for $2200 all forged bottom end because the top end of the mustang is already done, i would be getting the on3 turbo kit


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That may be worth it in that case. You could make some serious power

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Yeah, i could still keep my foxbody and put a turbo on that but the block isnt as strong


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Gotcha. That new edge is a great looking car too. Do you know all what is done to it?

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I cant exactly remember what is done to the 4.6, i think the bottom end is stock and the top end is built, it has full exhaust from long tube headers back, tranny has been built up a little to handle the hp. I believe it has been dyno tuned. The old ad had everything on it but he took it off


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Um if it's just a HCI setup then it's nowhere near 400whp...

These 4.6s can take 400 all day as long as the tune is spot on. I plan on hitting mid to low 400s once I get an intercooler for mine.

The car looks clean but the price is a little high in my opinion and God those exhaust tips need adjusted. I'd be curious to know what cams he installed and definitely get more details about what was done to the motor.
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-What is wrong with your 306? If nothing then keep it. To do a "modfox" you'll really want a donor car because you need fuel, electrical etc...


-The modular motor will let go at about 450 because the rods go. Your 306 will let go at about the same level (maybe a little more) because the block will let go. This also means a forged stroker with a stock block is kinda dumb unless you will always be NA and under the block's power limit. And even then just go 351 based.


-What all else is done to your fox? Because a 306 with a good top end and some weight reduction and suspension can be NASTY at the track for that power level and there is always the option to drop a 125-150 shot onto it with a real good tune for track days and there is your 450hp.
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-What is wrong with your 306? If nothing then keep it. To do a "modfox" you'll really want a donor car because you need fuel, electrical etc...


-The modular motor will let go at about 450 because the rods go. Your 306 will let go at about the same level (maybe a little more) because the block will let go. This also means a forged stroker with a stock block is kinda dumb unless you will always be NA and under the block's power limit. And even then just go 351 based.


-What all else is done to your fox? Because a 306 with a good top end and some weight reduction and suspension can be NASTY at the track for that power level and there is always the option to drop a 125-150 shot onto it with a real good tune for track days and there is your 450hp.

Theres nothinh wrong with the fox i love it, my buddy just asked me for a trade and im seeing how the engine is for hp. My 306 isnt forged, i dont know why the guy didnt go forged. Has gt40p heads, explorer intake, 24lb injectors, e303 cam, shorty headers, hpipe, flowmaster

I only bought it for $2000 so its not the best of the best parts


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Absolutely no way that car made 400whp unless it's being sprayed. Especially with only topend work.

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I have a 306 foxbody with about 350hp and i love it but i got a call from a buddy with his 4.6 for sale and im curious of how the engine will handle the hp, and if the 400rwhp is a safe amount.

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Have you asked to see the "Dyno Sheet"?
Ok, if this guy has spent $35k on the Mustang.....where was it spent? Unless a good number was spent on the short block I agree there is no way it's a 400WHP car. My 97 Cobra started at 266WHP and after a lot of mod's....non internal...it made just a shade over 300WHP.
I can tell you that the weak point in the 4.6l are the rods and pistons....I started breaking ring lands at between 10/12psi boost.
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Have you asked to see the "Dyno Sheet"?

Ok, if this guy has spent $35k on the Mustang.....where was it spent? Unless a good number was spent on the short block I agree there is no way it's a 400WHP car. My 97 Cobra started at 266WHP and after a lot of mod's....non internal...it made just a shade over 300WHP.

I can tell you that the weak point in the 4.6l are the rods and pistons....I started breaking ring lands at between 10/12psi boost.

No i havent asked yet not even to sure if im even going to trade


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Don't trade, you are on the losing end of this and it's not even close. Its not a straight swap either like I said.

The guy who did your motor did not to forged because no need. That top end is just a basic gt40/letter cam. Probably in the 300 range at the flywheel and 275to the wheels with a good tune. But it'll still be faster all motor than that modular by a lot.

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Personally if you've got a nice fox body I'd keep it and maybe go for something a little larger in the displacement direction. Not sure what kind of heads you have on your 306.......aftermarket heads make a huge difference over any form of stocker.
Just depends on how deep your pockets are how much HP/TQ you want to shoot for. You can't beat cubic inches.....hence a 351w or 363, 393, 408, 427....would be a vast improvement over the 306 and built right even with a single carb could produce 450/500 HP/TQ on pump gas..........or you could go FI.
I really like the Fox body...........and with decent suspension and some HP you could show your tail lights to a lot of new cars.
I have a friend that has been after me to help him put a 4.6l and a Fox body together and I've been trying to get him to do a Coyote motor in it........it's his money and his car...why not.
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Are u sure this car is a 99? Or is an original v8 car? He has leather seats but no traction control......

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Personally if you've got a nice fox body I'd keep it and maybe go for something a little larger in the displacement direction. Not sure what kind of heads you have on your 306.......aftermarket heads make a huge difference over any form of stocker.
Just depends on how deep your pockets are how much HP/TQ you want to shoot for. You can't beat cubic inches.....hence a 351w or 363, 393, 408, 427....would be a vast improvement over the 306 and built right even with a single carb could produce 450/500 HP/TQ on pump gas..........or you could go FI.
I really like the Fox body...........and with decent suspension and some HP you could show your tail lights to a lot of new cars.
I have a friend that has been after me to help him put a 4.6l and a Fox body together and I've been trying to get him to do a Coyote motor in it........it's his money and his car...why not.
He has a 306 with a cobra top end and an E cam and bolt ons. Its not making the 350 he claims in the first post, probably more like 300-310 and 270-285 at the wheels. But its a damn sight better than any 4.6L motor NA. Having driven basically the motor he has now for 7 years in my bolt on 95 Cobra and then doing a few years in a bolt on 4.6L PI motor I will never have another bolt on NA 2V again and I loved that car too. Has no balls down low.
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Are u sure this car is a 99? Or is an original v8 car? He has leather seats but no traction control......

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ABS/Traction control was an option. Not all of the cars have it.
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Yes it came on gt premium. He has leather seats. If it was a base model he would have cloth. Wasnt an option on premium was standard

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Yes it came on gt premium. He has leather seats. If it was a base model he would have cloth. Wasnt an option on premium was standard

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Yes. Probably the majority of the cars that were sitting on the dealers lots came already equipped with the ABS/Traction control option... The general public would have killed themselves in a 260 horsepower car without it!

That nearly 17 year old car has possibly had the seats swapped at some point.
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Yes it came on gt premium. He has leather seats. If it was a base model he would have cloth. Wasnt an option on premium was standard

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My wife's 04 GT Premium didn't come with traction control. Bought brand new. Everything is optional if you work the packages correctly.

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My wife's 04 GT Premium didn't come with traction control. Bought brand new. Everything is optional if you work the packages correctly.

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I told my friend to order his 04 custom but he got too good of a deal on a leftover premium back then. Had ABS and TC. Fun thing was riding shotgun with him and him trying to show off and me waiting till he wasn't looking and turning it back on lolz.
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He has a 306 with a cobra top end and an E cam and bolt ons. Its not making the 350 he claims in the first post, probably more like 300-310 and 270-285 at the wheels. But its a damn sight better than any 4.6L motor NA. Having driven basically the motor he has now for 7 years in my bolt on 95 Cobra and then doing a few years in a bolt on 4.6L PI motor I will never have another bolt on NA 2V again and I loved that car too. Has no balls down low.

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Porting and polishing on OE heads will bring you 10/15hp at most....at the crank. OE heads don't have the valves/chamber or runners for making much HP.
I would guess with the E303 and Cobra top end I would think you would be making about 300/310 at the crank...........IMHO
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Porting and polishing on OE heads will bring you 10/15hp at most....at the crank. OE heads don't have the valves/chamber or runners for making much HP.

I would guess with the E303 and Cobra top end I would think you would be making about 300/310 at the crank...........IMHO

Well they arent the stock ones, they are the gt40 heads from american muscle. Im not sure how much more they flow from the stock ones but i was guessing around 350 i wasnt to sure


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Well they arent the stock ones, they are the gt40 heads from american muscle. Im not sure how much more they flow from the stock ones but i was guessing around 350 i wasnt to sure


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Are they GT40 or GT40P. The P was on the Ford Explorer in 96 and will actually outflow the GT40 once you do a little exhaust work...the intake doesn't need much.
A lot of years ago we built a junkyard 302 out of 1996 or 97 Explorer....tore it apart and replaced bearings and rings....machined the heads for screw-in studs, guide plates and bigger valve springs...I think 125lbs at the seat and somewhere around 330lbs at .600 lift...we used a roller Luanti 235 duration @ .50 lift..we were on the cheap and reused the stock roller lifters and seemed to work fine as the springs weren't too strong......with an air gap intake and 750 holley and 1-5/8" headers with very long collectors and in the 85 Fox body with 3.50 gears and 2800 stall converter it turned in the high 12's at a little over 105 mph in the 1/4...............the motor made 370hp on the engine dyno....and it had like 90k miles on it...........I think it lasted awhile until he started adding Nitrous and actually turned in the high 11's before it let go..........love SBF but would rather race cubic inches.
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Hmm learn something new every day from u guys. Cant quote on my phone but referencing the tc abs options. Every one ive been in had it. Consider me schooled.

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I don't think AM ever sold the P heads since they had issues with header compatability and were never meant for the Mustang... although they do work well.

Porting and polishing will only add a few HP and its much more cost effective to just buy some Twedge heads in the end by the time you get the castings, do the full refresh, portwork, re-assembly etc... unless you have someone doing it CHEAP on the side. Ask me how I know...

With a little portwork and 4 extra cubes its probably in the 290whp range if it was done well. Lol, sounds like we are bashing on his ride... not the case at all. My bare bones budget HCI Cobra 302 made exactly 301/325 to the wheels and that was a hell of a fun car. Should have supercharged the stock motor but I was young and stupid. I think I paid $700 for the heads, intake porting was $200 and the cam was a used Xtreme Energy cam for $150... Did the rest of the work myself, re-used the stock rods and crank, KB116 pistons and a basic rebuild kit.

Anyway, again, do NOT trade for that 4.6L.
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Yeah im gonna keep my fox and get it fine tuned and dyno it to see the hp and maybe put a turbo on it at low boost


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