Three hopped up Ford motors. 960 cubic inches. Hundreds of horsepower. Enough torque to pull down small office buildings.
After building our Stroker’s Wild series of Ford stroker engines–a 347-cubic-inch 5.0L, a 393-cubic-inch 351 Windsor, and a 520-cubic-inch 460–the time had come to strap them to Trick Flow Specialties’ Superflow dynometer and start whomping on ’em. We were either going to make some big numbers, or we were going to blow stuff up trying.
Fortunately, nothing broke, nothing went wrong, and the dyno printouts proved what we knew all along—there’s big power in stroker motors. In our case, a lot of that has to do with the careful parts selection and engine assembly done by the folks at Summit Racing.
OK, enough with the blabbering and backslapping. Let’s see how much power these Fords made…check out the images below for results.