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Old 03-10-2012, 09:12 AM
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850 hp 6.2L Dyno Run

Check this video out of a 850 hp 6.2L engine on the dyno.
460ci Ford 6.2L Based Racing Engine Dyno Pull - YouTube
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Am I missing something here??? How do you get a 460 cui engine that equals a 6.2L??? Is it a typo on the video?

460 cui = 7.5L

6.2L = 378 cui

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That aside...the engine does sound like it got a good run in!


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Am I missing something here??? How do you get a 460 cui engine that equals a 6.2L??? Is it a typo on the video?

460 cui = 7.5L

6.2L = 378 cui
It's 6.2L based......meaning they took a 6.2L (379ci) and bored/stroked it to 460ci.

I'd be curious to see what the bore and stroke of that engine is, especially being able to turn 8500rpms like that.
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It's 6.2L based......meaning they took a 6.2L (379ci) and bored/stroked it to 460ci.

I'd be curious to see what the bore and stroke of that engine is, especially being able to turn 8500rpms like that.
I figure they just stroked it - but I'm not the engineer here.
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It's 6.2L based......meaning they took a 6.2L (379ci) and bored/stroked it to 460ci.

I'd be curious to see what the bore and stroke of that engine is, especially being able to turn 8500rpms like that.

Oh ok. Thanks for the clarification.

Yeah...be interested to know the details. Wonder if they went .060 over on the bore....


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I figure they just stroked it - but I'm not the engineer here.
The stroker kits I've seen for the 6.2L are all around 6.6L or ~402ci. I've heard that's about the maximum for a production 6.2l Boss block before you start to run into issues. Even with that bored .60 over you're only talking about ~415ci at most.

At 460ci, I'm sure this engine has a pretty extreme stroke and bore increase.
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