1100 hp and 1036+ lb ft on a stock engine (upgraded injectors) and 15psi. Not too shabby.
Lol....that's quite telling actually. What I read from this is...they don't want to be caught in a lie...so their answer is "no comment". Sounds like that union rep misspoke alright...and outed a future mustang engine platform. Good think he's a union rep...else he'd be out of a job lol.
More interesting dyno results.
100HP gain with mild head work (stock valves and springs) and cam.
190HP gain with intake, mild head work (stock valves and springs) and upgraded CAM.
According to his post, these results should be able to be improved upon as well.
Palm Beach Dyno is putting one in their 2005 mustang.
Side notes, OBR already has and aftermarket ECU and harness for the Godzilla. Palm Beach Dyno will be offering a swap kit for S197 owners once they get their swap down.
You know what, you're right. You have far more insight into the new 7.3L engine than Brian Wolfe (was involved with Godzilla and was the director of Ford Racing Technology) who will be using the stock oiling system for 1800hp. I have no idea why I ever doubted you.
Everything in red you have incorrect.
Wait, you would run a stock longblock gen2 coyote to 1800hp? BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
Your entire post shows you still don't understand jack. It's obvious you have not read any literature or watched any videos on the Godzilla engine, as your post shows your...
That’s all fine and dandy until someone’s grandma with a stock 95 Pontiac grand am tree’s you....or you break out because the temperature dropped 20 degrees in between your runs. A heck of a lot more to bracket racing than that.