2L I4 EcoBoost.
People used to call it the Batmobile. I de-chromed the whole car. By 1977, the 460's were choked down quite a bit (single exhaust, emissions,etc.) to 208 hp. BUT, all the torque (356 ft-lbs) was available at 1600 rpms, if I remember. Sometimes if I was going down the highway at 55 mph and the road was wet, like after raining, and I punched it, the tires would spin like I was doing a burnout. Big blocks were torque monsters.You could be rolling 90-100 mph & not even know it.
Yes they are!Big blocks were torque monsters.
I bet he did w/ the grunt of a 460. Hopeful he did the sub frame connectors & changed the rear suspension & beefed up the torque boxes.Yes they are!
My 500cid has 550 lb·ft (750 N·m) @ 3000 rpm..... Tires would break loose even when the pavement was dry.
I remember helping a buddy of mine swap a 460 out of an old E-350 Ambulance into his '91 LX Mustang. Did we ever smoke the tires off that thing. Literally!