The 700 Club: Watch This Little 427ci Ford Small Block With A Perfectly Sized ProCharger Make 764hp and 738 lb-ft On The Dyno


The 700 Club: Watch This Little 427ci Ford Small Block With A Perfectly Sized ProCharger Make 764hp and 738 lb-ft On The Dyno

There’s just something about a really well designed engine combination that makes us happy here. To us, this little supercharged 427ci small block Ford is about as perfect as it gets for a hot street car. We mean a nuclear hot street car. You are going to see this thing with its Trick Flow intake and little ProCharger belt out more than 700hp and 700 lb-ft of torque, all well before we get the revolution counter to 6,000. The thing makes diesel torque and would undoubtedly just massacre tires and with traction on the drag strip you’d be reeling off amazing elapsed times in a light car.

The blower seems perfectly matched to the engine combo because it’s making power early and carries it into a nice fat curve right on through the whole pull. It isn’t a situation where the supercharger is a monster or is too small. This is the right sized blower for the right sized engine and RPM range and the results are going to be one really happy customer.

The guys at Prestige Motorsports seem to crank out a lot of 427ci small block engines for their customers. Checking out their variety of 427 packages on the dyno is pretty cool. We heard about these guys through Jeff at Horsepower Monster and some of his videos that he shot at their facility. We’d love to see the final product of where this engine lands and how quickly it runs down the strip.

Press play to see this awesome and angry little 427 small block make 700+ and 700+


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2 thoughts on “The 700 Club: Watch This Little 427ci Ford Small Block With A Perfectly Sized ProCharger Make 764hp and 738 lb-ft On The Dyno

  1. Long Shadow

    It’s from Prestige Motorsports in Concord NC. Getting that kind of power from a SBF should entitle them to be correctly identified

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  2. Danno

    About 15-20 years ago I was at a Goodguys car show in No CA. A dude had an SN95 ‘Stang in the for sale paddock area outside the grounds with a very similar engine set up. Guy had a copy of a chassis dyno sheet showing the car made 626 WHP which was huge back then for a street car. I actually had walked right past the car as it was pretty plain looking. He started the car a few minutes later which immediately brought me right back to see what the h… was in the thing. That thing sounded rowdy.

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