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8.3L Whipple on a 5.4L GT500 Engine. What What!

Discussion in 'SVT Shelby GT500' started by black03, Jan 13, 2011.

  1. slowbra1

    slowbra1 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Pretty Cool
     
  2. Trav_69Stang

    Trav_69Stang Sweet 69 Mustang Established Member

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    Woooooow thats like a 8-71!

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  3. Trav_69Stang

    Trav_69Stang Sweet 69 Mustang Established Member

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    Hell that blower alone is at least 7 grand! :eek:

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  4. JOESBOSS

    JOESBOSS New Member Established Member

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    so is this 510AX unit designed to fit on the GT500 manifold or is it a custom jobby only?
     
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    HEMI LOL Give Thanks Established Member

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    it probably takes 250hp to spin that thing fast enough lol.
     
  6. Fast Freddy

    Fast Freddy GPS'D 225 Established Member

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    That is badass :rockon:

    i bought a 4.0L Whipple for my GT the other day. i am gonna sell my 3.4L

    800+ rwhp here i come :coolman:
     
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    Those headers look small for some reason..........LOL! That's a huge B-I-O-T-C-H!
     
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    Whatever became of this project?
     

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