Turbocharged 460 ford engine




Turbocharged 460 ford engine

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  • Alright im venturing out to build a "low budget" turbo ive and make a cross over.. any imput on a ? the motor is going in a 93 stang lx.

    s seem to be the most boosted engine of all time. It would be cheaper to just turbo, intake and cam a on e85 instead of buying a Dart.

    FACT! Throughout its history, the logo of the company has changed 8 times, but the name Ford has never disappeared from the emblem.

    Nov 17, This latest creation from Steve Morris Engines, built for the leaf spring-equipped Mach 1 Mustang of Steve Ashe from Kansas, is a cubic.

    Turbocharged 460 ford engine

    Turbocharged 460 ford engine

    Find all posts by frederic. Other than that pretty much stock. To the naked eye, the lifter valley area of the Ford Racing block looks very similar to a production block, but the casting material is much thicker. The benefit of the turbo is that you can switch from 4. We passed a car on the interstate running about 70 MPH by the time we were around it we were about MPH in just a few seconds.

    Turbocharged 460 ford engine

    Turbocharged 460 ford engine

    Turbocharged 460 ford engine

    Turbocharged 460 ford engine

    Turbocharged 460 ford engine

    Video: 3, Horespower, Twin Turbo Big Block Ford Dyno Run - Dragzine

    Like the site so far? I have a 92 f with an efi Im wanting a lot more power cause the it has stock just isnt enough. What all do i have to do to put a turbo on? I have an old subaru out back with a turbo.

    Im a pretty handy mechanic so fabrication wont be a problem but will that small turbo give me the proper boost for this motor. Or should i go scavage one from a mid 90's powerstroke. But the subaru is just sitting out back so i dont care to destroy it to use the turbo, But if im going to do this i want it to be worth my while.

    Turbocharged 460 ford engine

    Which brings me to my next question. I have a stock truck other than a few things such as shift kit and KandN filter. Other than that pretty much stock. What changes will i have to make to the efi setup to use a turbo. I have an E4OD so i have to stay efi.

    Can i use the stock injectors and if not what would be the best option. Also how would i get oil to the turbo. Will my automatic handle the power increase. Also with the increase in compression will i be able to run on 93 octane. Find all posts by bigmuddyford. Originally Posted by bigmuddyford. Last edited by frederic; at Find all posts by frederic. Find all posts by 96sherm. I'm really just a monkey that wears golf shirts.

    Turbocharged 460 ford engine

    Mostly with burn holes from welding ;- My twin-turbo crewcab project is on hold at the moment, but it's actually my third or forth project of my own, and I've been involved in many others, trial and error style. One learns a lot by blowing stuff up! Especially if it's intentional! Hey i know this is not a truck but i like your post. Where should i start? Find all posts by lincolnincanada. Say, where's Mr Fred been lately??

    Welcome to FTE there Lincoln Originally Posted by 96sherm. Been thinking about the same thing. I have a 97 f HD 4x4 e4od [all with no mods] which has a non obd2 computer which royally sucks. I have been thinking about putting two turbos on my motor, figured this would be easier since it has two intake ports and two sides.

    Plumbing, bracketry, scavenging would be gravy for me. Now the problem any ideas on what size turbo to use? Electronics -- you mentioned 95 up computer is that just for the obd2 ease or something else because as I said I have non OBD2 just one of the joys of an HD much like the old body style. Another part of this JOY would be a water or alcohol injection I heard this has worked good for turbos and would save me from using an intercooler, and I think I could use 2 regular injectors mounted on the main air intake wired to fire with each injector.

    Turbocharged 460 ford engine

    I probably am just crazy but if not could you give me a starting point or any other hints thanks. Find all posts by poleclimb. Find all posts by capn kirk. Rear-mounted turbo works, just remember that the efficiency of the turbo can be measured by A: But you're still getting something out of that gas, so it's going to be more efficient than no turbo.

    Find all posts by mstromni. What Turbo Would You Reccomend? Perhaps One From A 7. Any Help Would Be Great Find all posts by LloyDana The turbo from the 7. It seems to me that If you use the powerstroke turbo, you'll have too much boost at low RPM, which isn't a problem, just inefficient, be in the sweet spot around rpm, and above that you won't be able to generate much boost turbo provides too much restriction. I Have A '93 F 4X Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Posting Quick Reply - Please Wait.

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