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the most common 460 questions answered

I have a BBF with some parts, how much HP does it make?

Also what do you think about this part? Here is a link:





What will it run in the 1/4? 1/8?

Will a head fit? oh and not on this motor.

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I know I can put a cheep 460 build togather with doves that makes the same hp,trq. that Kaase made with his and his scj's

NO YOU CAN NOT

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D2VE heads are no good but have been used on some high hp 460s...but it will cost you.

Best heads to go with is D0VE or D3VE

Porting your heads will increase flow thus creating more power

Don't bend up your oil pick-up tube because it is hitting the oil pan. Beat out the oil pan some. Unless you can bend your oil pick-up tube just enough. But I recommend you don't unless you want to go back and clean the whole block.

FORD rules.

Double Jointed Driveshafts are a PITA. Go with a Single Jointed Driveshaft.

Best to leave body lifts alone unless you don't mind having your body to slide some.

If your going to do something. Do it right the first time. If not, have a good time digging your *** out of a big hole.

When recovering a truck/car/etc from a mudhole/ditch/etc. Have a good anchor point on the stuck vehicle (not the steering components or body parts (bumper,etc). Make a hitch..if not...it's going to be a bitch.

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here is one ----if any of the above statements are incorrect , will you set me straight
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