This video from Richard Holdener is great, because it was asked for by viewers and because he starts off laughing and questioning why they asked for it. Well in typical Richard fashion, he’s going to give you all the data and all the info on both combinations that he ran on the dyno and then talks about why and how and all that. There is a lot going on with both of these engines, but there are some key differences that do impact the power potential and the power they are producing in this trim.
Ultimately, you can watch this video and use it to help you decide on which combination might be right in your project, and what power you really can make with these components. While I’m a huge GM engine fan, and I enjoy a good LS, there is no doubt that you can make real power with all kinds of engines. And the small block Ford is one of the most popular muscle car engines in history, with jillions of Fox body Mustangs running around for years with hopped up versions of the factory 302 or 351. In fact, the 347 stroker was born during the hayday of the Fox body and grew to be insanely popular with Mustang fans. There was a time when they were way more common in a Mustang than an LS engine is, and the truth is there are probably still way more Fox Mustangs with a Ford Small Block in them than any other combination.
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