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Old 08-06-2014, 06:49 PM
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pure torque.

I'm building another 460 and I want to maximize my torque output. On this build I have zero concern about HP and/or rpm loss.

The motor needs a new set of pistons and that's about it.

I'm looking to get as much torque and still keep stock crank.

I'm looking for every possible mod that will increase torque, I am able to machine my own parts if necessary.
And like stated above I don't care about horse power on this build and as long as I'm gaining torque I will sacrifice HP.

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bump?anyone?
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Do a search for it on the forum. Lots of good info. Check this link out. http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/25...que-460-a.html
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