For naturally aspirated power it is hard to beat cubic inches. Sure, you can slap on a blower or turbo and get great boosts in torque and horsepower, however doing it with raw compressed air is much more challenging. The challenge for Project 666 was to build a a Small Block Ford power plant that could not only make 675 plus all-motor horsepower, but also be able to hold together at red line through every shift and every quarter-mile trek. Getting this kind of power out of a small block Ford based engine means you need to have big displacement, good compression, and the right list of matched components to make it all happen smoothly and reliably. You can see our plan by reading on.
Dale Metlika Tech Writer
Dale Metlika is a long time motorhead and owner of Pro Power. He has extensive knowledge on all engine parts and builds.