Hey guys, I've stalked this site to get my fill of the monster engine, so I finally decided to sign up. Personally, I haven't owned a 460. Currently I have a 390 in my dentside truck. I have driven several of my Dad's 460 powered vehicles, boy are they monsters.
On to the point at hand. I have an idea for a 460 that I wanted to hear from the experts on how to make it happen. This would all make more sense if you've seen the Project Rolling Thunder on the television show Trucks. I want to build a track monster using a twin turbo 460
. I was thinking to build the 460 I would use a carburated 460.
Carburation - 750 CFM Holley with E85 Conversion
Intake Manifold - Used Aluminum Dual Plane
Heads - Smoothed runners / Port Matched
Valvetrain - Heavier Valvesprings, all else stock
Pistons - Stock 8.0:1 compression
Turbochargers - A diesel turbo on each exhaust manifold. Run each turbo through its own intercooler, about 20 psi.
Thats the basic run down i had in my head for the build. I know it wouldn't be super powerful, but you need the punch of torque more than you need horsepower to get out of turns.
Do you guys think this combo would fit in a ranger? If not it may just end up in my old dentside