a recent business trip to the 2005 SEMA show
AN Racing was intrigued by the use of forced
induction. This prompted him to make enquires
to various suppliers to see how he can apply
this technology back home.
a challenge was undertaken to achieve the
• Make abundant power
• Run on pump fuel
• Be reliable and streetable
• Low on maintenance
• Minimum modification to the vehicle
Sash thought about the combo
he was about to embark upon and ordered the
parts from the contacts he made. As reliability
was a primary concern the foundation for this
engine was a strong aftermarket block capable
of 1000+ hp. Along with all the usual bullet
proof parts like steel crank, steel connecting
rods, forged pistons etc etc.
As the engine build was the
usual straight forward process, most of the
time was spent on the fitment of the supercharger,
intercooler installation, necessary pipe work
and other minor modifications to the vehicle.
After several dry runs, the
engine was built and installed over a weekend.
The engine was kicked over then taken to Dart
Automotive for a run on the dyno. The primary
purpose of this was to run in the engine and
ensure that the tune was right. After initial
dyno testing it was confirmed that the standard
750DP holley carby would required jetting
and some minor modifications. A safe tune
was derived and the final result was an impressive
694rwhp@6500rpm on only 8PSI. This combination
is capable of 16PSI safely on pump fuel which
would make over 1000rwhp.
was decided to leave the boost at 8PSI to
give the standard toppie and 5 slots a chance.
After test driving the Falcon the drivability
has not been compromised and the power is
the time this project was finished no less
than 3 orders have been placed with AN Racing
for similar forced induction engines.
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