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The reason I'm asking is because power is addictive and wears off quick. If you'r after big power then start by building your motor. Some have put down over 570HP naturally aspirated and it costs about the same as a supercharger and is more durable
That's for you to research and it is up to you alone to decide how much you are willing to risk.
FWIW, you will be hard pressed to find engines that failed due to power alone. I have seen stock Coyote engines put out 900rwhp with a turbo and live to tell the tale, then again I have seen 400rwhp engines blow to teeny tiny pieces because there was a problem.
And by Beefcake (Vortec supercharger), Blow by Racing (single Hellion turbo), and a few others out there. There's one 5.0 out there with only twin turbos, an off road midpipe, and ported heads and it's making over 1100 at the WHEELS. Internals are factory. Yeah, that's not going to last very long...