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Sean Hyland builds a 400HP 2v motor but it's quite expensive.

400 crank or 400 wheel? There is a big difference. I had mine around 400 crank.


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There was a guy over on Mustangforums a couple years ago that hit like 397rw with a n/a 2V but it wasn't cheap or easy, and I got no idea how streetable. TF heads, big cams, lots of compression (12+), forged everything, bored and stroked. He had to have had about $7K just in parts, he did all the machine work and assembly himself.

So yes it is possible. Not very practical though.



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Most n/a hci builds you're looking at 320-340 rwhp range depending on how far you wanna take it. More to be had if you increase displacement and compression, but either way it's expensive and if all you're after is a number at the tires then that's why everybody will say power adder.


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My 2v build was all NA with a 150 shot of nitrous on it. Trickflow heads, 580 lift trickflow cams, trickflow intake manifold with 75mm throttle body. BBK fuel rails, 47 lbs cobra injectors. 90 mm lightning maf sensor. Aeromotive fuel pump 345 lph. I was running high compression forged pistons forged eagle crank and rods. Without nitrous it made 340 to the wheels. With nitrous it made 455 to the wheels.

With Edelbrock intake it made 307 to wheels.

I had 8,600 in this to get that power. For the same money you get a coyote and drop it in and make same power as a fully built 4.6 2v with stock coyote. I’m about to start building my coyote now and I have a post on here about it with the parts list. When I’m done my goal is 900+ to the wheels.

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My buddy has a low mileage 2V with full bolt ons, full exhaust, and ProCharger kit and he only makes 381 at the tires.

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My buddy has a low mileage 2V with full bolt ons, full exhaust, and ProCharger kit and he only makes 381 at the tires.
I feel like your buddy might be doing something wrong. Not spinning the blower fast enough, no heat exchanger, pig rich and retarded tune, something. The above combo is capable of well past 400whp assuming heat exchanger and good (yet still a little conservative) tune.


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