496 Chassis Dyno 1 23 09
496 FE Stroker motor as built by Keith Craft in Hollywood Arkansas. Motor
is installed in a Superformance Cobra.
790 horsepower 505 cube 427 FE Ford on Dyno
This is a Survival Motorsports built 505 inch FE race engine on the Dyno. It made just under 800
Compression is 12.2:1, running Blue Thunder heads and a Victor intake with
a single Dominator. Survival stroker 4.250 crank and Scat H beam rods.
Sorry about the water on the floor and steam - we were testing during a
friggin' monsoon and the rainwater started pouring in through the Dyno room fan opening -
sideways! Did not seem to hurt anything - but it never done that before...
Best GTR launch control reaction ever
Courage is strong in this beautiful GTR Pilot! She took the directions
given to her and just rolled with it!
I love the part where the fear takes over body control, which makes it hard
for her to think straight to let off the gas to make it stop. Hahahahaha
This is by far the best GTR Reaction I have ever seen with for GTR Launch
427 Ford - 496 cid FE - 783 horsepower
427 Ford bored and stroked to 496 cubes with dual quads and a solid roller
cam. Made 783 horsepower on the Dyno at 7000 RPM. Sorry about
the image quality - camera got kinda shaky on the stand - but still sounds
Kirkham 427 first engine run
First engine run on KM647, on a cold Chicago day (15f). It is an all
aluminum 427 (454 cid) Ford FE made by Survival Motorsport. Has FAST
EZ-EFI fuel injection, through a set of TWM stacks. It made 541 hp / 550 tq
on the Dyno. The fuel
injection computer has to "learn" the way the engine operates. It is
running very rough right now. Stay tuned for more videos.
No expense was spared when creating this historically accurate replica of
an original 1966 GT40 MK 1. It is registered as a 1966 Ford GT MK 1. The
engine, painstakingly built by Keith Craft, Inc. produces the same 385 horsepower that the
original 1966 GT40 Mark 1 produced when it was new. The interior and
exterior were crafted to pay homage to the original and the result is
nothing short of spectacular in execution, detail and authenticity.
The frame is an aluminum monocoque design completely powder coated. The
suspension has the wide track package and billet aluminum components. It
has sway bars front and rear. The shocks are QA-1 double adjustable with
24 compression and 24 rebound adjustments. There is also a Ramlift
The front brakes are Willwood 6 Piston brakes. The rear brakes are
Willwood 4 Piston brakes with a Tilton master cylinder. The steering is a
very quick rack and pinion system with only 2.7 turns, lock to lock.
The front wheels are Vintage Wheels BRM 15 X 8. The rear wheels are
Vintage Wheels BRM 15 X 10. The front tires are Goodyear Eagle GT HR
P215/60R15. The rear tires are Goodyear Eagle GT II P295/50R15.
Vehicle Weight: 2,450 Lbs.
The body is an authentic fiberglass reproduction by Race-Car-Replicas. The
painter is Detroit Paint and the color is Royal Blue Pearl, paint code
9540022. The windshield is D.O.T. approved glass and there is a 6-point
Engine and Transmission
The engine is a Ford 203/306 Stroker built by Keith Craft, Inc. It
produces 385 horsepower at 6,600 rpm.
The pistons are Probe -- 4cc and the camshaft is a Ford Racing E303 cam.
The heads are Keith Craft Signature Series and the radiator is aluminum.
The induction system is Dynaformance Classic Fuel injection and the Exhaust system is a stainless steel Bundle of
Snakes system provided by Race-Car-Replicas.
The transmission is a ZF five speed with the following ratios: 1st 2.23,
2nd 1.47, 3rd 1.04, 4th .846, 5th .705, R 2.86. The ring gear's ratio is
The steering wheel is leather with a GT40 style hub and quick release. The
seats are Mark 1 style with stainless steel grommets. The gauge cluster is
Classic Electronic. There is also a back-up camera system for the inside
rear view mirror and a Safecraft fire suppression system.
My Movie FE 390 STROKER
"Ol Blue" is part of the family. I bought this 1976 Ford in the fall of
1977 and this is the 4th motor. Alot of memories and it's has been a good
old pickup. Thank you to Scott Hutton and Grumpy's Repair for your tech
addvice and to everyone involved from start to finish. A special thanks to
Rebecca Dufresne for help with this video.
Driving my 1965 Ford Galaxie 500XL 445 Stroker Ford FE
Driving my Hot Rod 1965 Galaxie 500XL with a 390 FE Ford base 445 FE
Stroker engine. It has an Edelbrock RPM intake with a MightyDemon 800 carb
and Edelbrock heads. A Comp solid lifter falt tappet cam with .605 lift and
248 deg duration at .050 lift Harland Sharp Roller Rockers and shafts,
billet rocker stands with end stands. Transmission is a TCI Streetfighter
C-6 with 3500 stall convertor and 3.70 gears, Tracl-Loc Differential,
Currie Nodular 9", Billet Pinion Retainer and 31 spline forged alloy axles.
Keith Craft Ford 427 SOHC Cammer Dyno
Ford 427 SOHC Cammer 482ci Dyno test. Pond Aluminum Cammer
Block Polished, Pond Aluminum Cammer Heads Polished, Hillborn EFI Polished,
Kirkham Aluminum Fabricated Oil Pan Polished. 760hp 625ft/lbs torque on
Pump Fuel 8000rpm
Ford 482 FE Stroker All Aluminum Engine FAST EZ-EFI
Family owned and operated for over 40 years with over 75,000 satisfied
customers. Rated #1 Click on blue link
This is a 482FE all aluminum block. Roller cam, roller rockers. All forged
internals with Fast EZ-EFI fuel injection