Ford Godzilla 7.3 Supercharger Testing: This Thing Is A Beast!


Ford Godzilla 7.3 Supercharger Testing: This Thing Is A Beast!

These Ford Godzilla engines make big power stock, and we’ve heard of lots of dyno shops making 550 horsepower on the engine dyno in stock form other than headers and a tune. That’s stout power, but given the fact that these engines are made for trucks we know there are a lot of things to change in the camshaft and intake manifold areas that will make much much more power. There are already several guys making stupid power with them online in search of the top. This is not a video showing the ultimate search for a million horsepower. This is a testing video for the Harrop Supercharger and it is awesome to see what this thing will make.

It made over 800 horsepower and almost 800 lb ft of torque. That’s with everything stock except the supercharger, a tune, and long tube dyno headers. That’s awesome power that will get good mileage and everything since it is still a tiny little camshaft. And while it is a big engine, at almost 450 cubic inches, it doesn’t have the same massive width as the Coyote which means it will fit in stuff.

At just 2.5 inches longer than a 351 Windsor, and 1.25 inches wider, it is smaller than a big block Ford and 6 inches narrower than a Coyote. That makes this engine WAY easier to install into other platforms, that’s for sure.


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4 thoughts on “Ford Godzilla 7.3 Supercharger Testing: This Thing Is A Beast!

  1. Steve

    This engine platform will have a great future in the performance world. It has so much right about it for old style hot rodders, yet most guys I talk to don’t even know it exists.

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  2. Danno

    I suspect this engine won’t become a popular engine swap engine until it has been around a few years with used engines becoming available at wrecking yards. Once that happens…

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  3. Labweiler

    Before they get too popular I’m going to keep my eyes peeled for one at the local auto recyclers.

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