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Old 03-26-2010, 03:00 PM   #1
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How to make a 1970 mustang 800hp?

i was watching a show on cars and my favorite car is a 1970 boss 302 mustang. the car on the show was a mustang with 800hp and it beat a lambo in a quarter mile race. it went 0-60 in 3.5 seconds and i wanted to know what could i do to a 1970 mustang to make it do this? and how much do u think it wud cost?
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How to make a 1970 mustang 800hp?

If it has a 428 Cobra Jet engine in it - you're already better than half way there.
The other half is basic stuff - stroker kit, blue print and balance, perhaps a blower, turbo or a good healthy shot of nitrous and hang on....
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How to make a 1970 mustang 800hp?

everything they said, but don't plan on driving it everyday if you do decide to build that. that kind of horsepower isn't meant for everyday, driving use. the engine will tear itself apart. guaranteed.
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How to make a 1970 mustang 800hp?

Well, best cheap way to get 800, would be a stroked windsor and big turbo kit.

price would be between 5 to 10 grand just depends on what brand of parts you use.
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Old 03-26-2010, 04:36 PM   #5
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Add a supercharger, blueprint and balance the engine and put in all high strength internal components so it will run at 10,000 RPM without coming apart and write a check for $50,000. Pretty much the same as any other racing engine.
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