PRI 2014: Ford Racing Announces New Modular Stroker Shortblock and Aluminum Block
Coming to you straight out of PRI 2014, we couldn’t be more excited to report that Ford Racing is still fully supporting the modular and SBF.
Before you get swept up in this impressive track video, let’s talk about what compound boost means, and how you can achieve it.
In case you were wondering how the EcoBoost would respond to mods, Livernois Motorsports rings in a new era of Mustang performance with a record-setting time.
Although the title of the video on the YouTube channel states “Whipple and Turbo Cobras,” we can’t see a turbo Cobra … anywhere. Maybe we’re blind; then again, maybe we’re not, but I digress because you don’t need turbos when you’ve got blowers this big.
Though she be but little, she is fierce! When Shakespeare uttered those words, he must have been foreshadowing the creation of this naturally-aspirated, Coyote-powered S-197 Mustang. Indeed, its motor only measures a mere 5.0 liters and it doesn’t benefit from such luxuries as nitrous or forced induction, but that doesn’t mean it’s any less capable.