Dyno-testing our 1,000+ HP 427ci Small Block Ford supercharged with a Paxton Novi 2500
We team up with Dart Machinery and Vortech Superchargers to bring you the second segment of
our blow-through carbureted 351 Windsor-based 427ci small block Ford.
We've finished the engine build, and now it's time to put our 427 Small
Block Ford on the Dyno. The project's name is
Bitting the Bullet, and it's a '65 Mustang that's being built for the
9-second zone with this Dart engine, a Paxton Novi 2500, and a Snow
How much did it make on the Dyno? You'll need to see for
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64 Ford Falcon Burnout
1964 ford falcon 514 big block ford 1050 carb edlebrock p51 heads 13.1
compression c6 trans 3800 stall converter 4.30 gears had for almost 30
years very fun to drive.
Falcon Futura 10.5 Outlaw debut - George Bastiras
George Bastiras won the 10.5 Outlaw class at Calder Park's APSA meeting.
The twin turbo Ford was only on very low
Boost but still dipped into the
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Music: Severed Fifth
1963 Ford Falcon Futura - $13,750
This 1963 Ford Falcon Futura has been owned by the same person for 31
years. As you can see it is a survivor and in very good condition.
Powered by a 260 V-8, it has a 4 speed transmission, P/S, dual Exhaust, new shocks, new tires and new brake
Lumpy ( lumpy ) 1st pass 10.88 E.T. with the ProCharger setup 1968 Ford Falcon Sacramento Raceway
This was too funny! We had the bright idea to get a pool goin', as to what
E.T. Lumpy would run on his 1st pass with the newfound power of centrifugal
Boost. Too bad not everybody could
keep it a secret!! Lumpy got wind of it and made a more-serious pass,
straight into the 10-second zone. Car rundown is: 347cid, AFR 205 heads,
Comp Cams shelf grind XR292R solid roller, Victor Jr. intake, 750cfm Blow
Thru Holley by Kevin at CSU Carbs (Fontana, CA) ProCharger D1-SC @ 10psi,
C-6 auto / 3200 stall, 9" rear, 3.50's/4.11's (can't remember what they
were in this video) 3100lbs raceweight, car makes a ton of power (650+HP)
but, the trans' and converter are NOT up to it. Remedying of the two would
easily dip the car into the 9's @ maybe 140+MPH. Anybody else notice he's
racing Richard (Ponytail) in this video? At the time, his Silver/Green
Flames Camaro was a
solid 10.60 E.T. car.
Ford 351 Windsor Small Block Engine - Water in Oil Mystery
Behind the scenes of "Basic Engine Building" DVD
A special internet only treat from the producers of the BoxWrench Series!
Basic Engine Building DVD - Behind the Scenes: Small Block Ford 351 Windsor
We gonna show you some never before seen footage from the filthy Ford 351W
we pulled out of a boat. BoxWrench Director Brent Bye recaps the story of
discovering the engines problem and what ensued as the tear down process
Basically salt water was leaking into a cylinder head thru some hidden
steel water plugs that only these small block 351 W motors have. Being a
marine engine they needed to be replaced with rust proof brass plugs. After
running for 5 years the water eroded holes straight thru them. Water
pressurized from the water pump was squirting into the cylinder heads right
onto the rocker arms, valves and valve springs, ultimately all the way down
to the oil pan and crankcase. It all made out for a surprising tear down.
This particular Ford 351 Windsor marine motor was fully rebuild on camera
in the "Basic Engine Building" DVD. Even a catastrophic blown engine like
this can be rebuilt with the proper knowledge and tools. The BoxWrench
Series is designed to give you that knowledge and let you have fun with it.
The full DVD with all of the interactive menus, Tools section and engine
Glossary terms is available here...
New Transmission DVDs and a Differential Rebuilding DVD just added.
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2015 Ford F-150: First Drive
As a term in the automotive lexicon, "all-new" often is applied
subjectively to original and updated vehicles, but used to characterize the
redesigned-for-2015 Ford F-150 pickup truck, "all-new" is as accurate as it
can be. PickupTrucks.com Editor Mark Williams marveled: "As near as we can
tell, there isn't a single aspect to this truck that hasn't been
reengineered, reimagined or redesigned." Perhaps most notable among the
best-selling F-150's newfangled features is its record-setting abundance of
weight-saving aluminum. However, Williams noted, even if that were not the
case, the 2015 F-150's technology and other segment-first features would
still be revolutionary.
Produced by: Matt Avery
2015 Ford Falcon XR8 FG X 0-100km/h & engine sound
2015 Ford Falcon XR8 FG X 0-100km/h & engine sound. Head over to
for the full review.
2015 Ford Falcon XR8 FG X
5.0-litre supercharged V8
335kW and 570Nm
Six-speed manual, rear-wheel drive with LSD
0-100km/h in 4.9 seconds (as tested)