During the early development days of the Ford "Boss" 6.2-liter V-8, Les Ryder, then Ford's chief engine engineer, settled on an ambitious development goal (and a catchy phrase): 7000 rpm, 700 hp, and 7 liters. The Triple Seven, as it became known, is one of those what-ifs that could have changed the path of automotive history, especially as the late-model horsepower wars returned at the end of the 2010s. It never saw production—but in the hands of a secretive team, it did see an eight-second quarter-mile a few years ago.
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This isn't magic.
I built a "512/514 stroker" 'Ford Motor Sport' engine 15 yrs. back.
_ We called them "Stump Pullers" when they were in a Pick Up.
All it takes is 'cash', & the knowledge to Build it.
_ _ out sourcing, will take you to the 'bank'.
I've delt with more than one, "half Assed" machine shops
in my area [Neb. panhandle]
Beware of them, no mater of your location!