Join Date: Jun 2002
Location: Elizabethtown, KY
I making 396 at the rear wheels, probably 460 or so at the crank @ 15% parasitic loss through the drivetrain, with a totally stock 77,000 mile 5.0 engine with just a 62 mm turbo and only 8 psi boost. I'd say it's totally possible. Turbo boost is a beautiful thing!!
1989 LX: Vortech YS-Trim blown DSS 347, Stage 3 Twisted Wedges, Holley Systemax 2, AFM B-451 cam, AFM Power-Pipe, AFM PMS, 80mm Pro-M, Aeromotive 1000 hp fuel system, Precision Turbo 65 lb/hr injectors, UEGO 1000 Wide Band O2, MSD 6BTM and Distributor, 33-spline Moser axles and spool, Bogart Drag-On Stars, UPR Chromemoly K-member and A-Arms, Kooks 1-7/8", Dr. Gas, 130 amp alt, etc.
1991 GT Convertible: stone stock, PA AOD, Edge Converter, 62mm Turbo, 397 rwhp, 458 lb./ft rwtq @ 8 psi