This machine will blow the doors off of
just about anything on the road, short
of a Ferrarri. With very minor
modifications, the robust cast iron V8
block will take a significant amount of
more boost. A smaller pulley, free
flowing cat back exhaust system, and
new air filter will have this pony up
around 500 HP. My only complaints are
the shoddy trim quality and dated
design of the interior, and
the "blender-like" whine of the
supercharger. Overall, a very fun
vehicle to drive
and it's certainly a head turner. Ford
has grossly under stated it's
horsepower at 390 HP, which is actually
near 430 HP.
The 112 cu. in. Eaton roots type
supercharger, adding 110+ HP to the
naturally aspirated 4.6L 4V predecessor.
New interior design and more careful
attention to interior trim fit and
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