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400hp na 2v

How many people have done this on a stock stroke, pi heads, comp stage 3, and long tubes.

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To the wheels? Won't happen with what you listed. 400 to the crank won't happen either. What compression? What fuel?

Just boost it trust me...


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Hey guys, Im sorry to even post this, but this guy on you tube that just posted a black gt with the mods I listed and said its 400hp. I guess it just gets to me when they claim, but don't wanna show proof, and will argue to the end how dumb and stupid I am. Its a video that was just uploaded today, check it out
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Sorry again, I get aggravated. This guy has just called people ignorant, and it got to me.
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Yeah he is either lieing or not telling all the modifications. Let him think what he wants.

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He said nmra guys get 400 HP from stock components. Im new here but I've had a 2v for 18 years, and studied them beyond belief. No where have I ever heard anything like this, but o'well your right bro.
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Man, Im doing something wrong. I had a .020 over block with forged pistons, 12:1 compression, ported pi heads, comp 278 cams, a couple tricks done with the valve train, and an edelbrock intake.......I only made 368rwhp.
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Man, Im doing something wrong. I had a .020 over block with forged pistons, 12:1 compression, ported pi heads, comp 278 cams, a couple tricks done with the valve train, and an edelbrock intake.......I only made 368rwhp.
You would’ve gotten there if you had SplitFire plugs
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Mine was making over 400 yesterday...until my granddaughters turned "Frozen" on a little too loud.

Underestimate me, that will be fun.
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I had a monster 2v with a list of high dollar parts and made 455 rwhp with 575 ft/lbs torque. To get a lot of power out of a 2v you need forged bottom end, trickflow top end and boost. Im currently doing a coyote swap in my 2004 GT. Will make over 850 rwhp when finished. Good luck with whatever option you decide to go with.

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Man, Im doing something wrong. I had a .020 over block with forged pistons, 12:1 compression, ported pi heads, comp 278 cams, a couple tricks done with the valve train, and an edelbrock intake.......I only made 368rwhp.
Do yourself a favor and get rid of the edelbrock intake, i had one as well, switched to trickflow and made substantial power gains all over the board.

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Man, Im doing something wrong. I had a .020 over block with forged pistons, 12:1 compression, ported pi heads, comp 278 cams, a couple tricks done with the valve train, and an edelbrock intake.......I only made 368rwhp.
Do yourself a favor and get rid of the edelbrock intake, i had one as well, switched to trickflow and made substantial power gains all over the board.
Similar combo?
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Do yourself a favor and get rid of the edelbrock intake, i had one as well, switched to trickflow and made substantial power gains all over the board.

My edelbrock intake is getting swapped out in favor of a coyote engine lol.







I would really, really, really like to know what you did to get a 2v to that level. Ive got some friends that are very serious in 4.6 building and the trick flow heads are not performing as well as people say they should. They arent making much more than race ported NPI heads.



Would you care to share? lol. You can PM me if youd like, Im just interested to learn from someone who has done better than I did.

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I had a monster 2v with a list of high dollar parts and made 455 rwhp with 575 ft/lbs torque. To get a lot of power out of a 2v you need forged bottom end, trickflow top end and boost. Im currently doing a coyote swap in my 2004 GT. Will make over 850 rwhp when finished. Good luck with whatever option you decide to go with.



Was this an N/A setup or boosted?

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

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