6 second sleeper maverick street car turbo 460 big block s475 blow thru carb
this is my best pass to date it is on 12 psi Boost 2800 rpm footbrake 2 step launch
shifting around 5500 i think 12 psi in tires 36 degrees total timing
pulling .8 per psi so 26.4 under Boost runing 50/50 miv 93 octane and 110 for
safety but it doesn't need it at that Boost level i was trying to turn it up to 20
psi is why i put race gas in it . it is a stock ported head 74 model 460
with stock valves , block, crank, rocker arms, main caps, . it has a 950
carb shop blow tru carburator , torker 2 intake, .503 lift 276/286 duration
hydraulic flat cam , 2500 stall dacco converter , all stock hard parts c6,
jeep cherokee drive shaft , stock 8 inch with stock 300 gear stock axles 28
spline and $15 mini spool , running 26x8 inch slicks on steel wheels
1973 Ford Ranchero w/ Big Block Ford 429 - Major Upgrades
Alright Boys and Girls...
This was the big build weekend. In three days my crew of hack mechanics and
I accomplished the following in my garage in Houston.
1. Ceramic Coated (Polydyn) Hooker Super Comp Headers and Flowmaster
Collectors with 4" pipes and sick turndown tips.
2. Edelbrock Performer 2166 Intake w/ Holley 700 CFM 4 Barrel Street/Strip
3. Pulled Head to fix broken Exhaust
4. New AC system - Old Air Products POA Update, Rebuilt Compressor, New
Drier, New Hoses, New Expansion Valve
5. Electric Gas Pump - Plated the old manual pump
6. MSD Digital Pro 6 Ignition System (Installed in cab) and Pro Billit
Distributor with Ford Racing Wires
7. New Hoses
8. Relocated Battery in Spare Tire Area inside Carb
9. Relocated Solenoid to Firewall inside engine compartment
10. Sick Looking Dual Snorkel Air Cleaner from year appropriate Ford
11. Rewired Engine Compartment
1927 Ford: Double-Trouble -- /BIG MUSCLE
• Gordon Tronson
In the world of hot-rodding there are few cars that are going to leave as
big an impression as this - the 1927 Ford Model T custom simply known as
"Double-Trouble". It rides on a custom-built tube chassis that's fabricated
from 1.5-inch tube. Is powered by two 4.6-liter modular V8s from Ford with
four, count 'em, FOUR Superchargers for
an approximate power output of around 1,200 hp. It also utilizes the
rear-end (inboard disc brakes and all) from an early Jaguar. It's a rolling
a Hot Wheels car and a masterpiece of engineering that is sure to make all
your naughty bits tingle.
572 CID Big Block Ford Kaase P51 Head 900 HP @ 7000 rpm all motor
A460 block @ 4.500 bore, eagle 4340 4.500 stroke crank, eagle H-beam rods
with ARP L19 rod bolts, Kaase P51 cylinder heads (stock--unported) comp
cams solid roller, Diamond 16 to 1 pistons, Danny Bee belt drive, T&D
rockers, TFS intake, Carb Shop 1050 dominator, MSD crank trigger ignition.
Engine built by Vrbancic Bros Racing, Ontario CA
MONSTER BIG BLOCK FORD EXPLORER on 54" Boggers STUCK TWICE!!
Jacob in huge 1998 Ford Explorer blastin through slough off powerline at
River Run near Jacksonville, Tx - 11/13/2010.
Ford Explorer details - 521 Big Block Ford, C6 tranny, 205 divorce, 113
octane, 650HP on 54" Boggers.
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first start up 460 turbo blow thru turbo maverick 91mm grabber 73 big block c6
this is the first time it has been started with the turbo it did good it is a totally stock 74 truck
460 only mods are ported exh. side of the heads and a .500 lift summit cam
and arp rod bolts it has a 2 barrel on it just to start it , it will soon
have a 800 holley , just to help some of you guys out the manifolds will
not work upside down the ports are offset between the bolts i will have to
make headers soon for it to perform