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Thread: BluePrint Engines 427 EFI with Holley Sniper Now avail!!!!

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    BluePrint Engines 427 EFI with Holley Sniper Now avail!!!!

    You guys asked for it! so here it is!

    Many FFR builders want to keep the pushrod V8 under the hood, and also proudly display those 427 badges! Our EFI 427 adds modern fuel injection to an old school brute! Wanted to pass this on to you guys!!


    http://factoryfiveengines.com/bluepr...l-injected-mk4
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    BluePrint-427-Ford.jpg



    Or...of course we still offer the carbed version also!

    http://factoryfiveengines.com/bluepr...carbureted-mk4
    Check out our crate engine offerings at www.factoryfiveengines.com
    Give us a call at 1.800.483.4263

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    Just wanted to say thanks to you guys for making this the new top seller this month!!! its the new popularity contest winner for sure!
    Check out our crate engine offerings at www.factoryfiveengines.com
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    Check out our crate engine offerings at www.factoryfiveengines.com
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    Check out our crate engine offerings at www.factoryfiveengines.com
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    Nice specs on that motor!


    FFR 5369 Pin Drive, IRS, Trigos, Torsen, Wilwoods, FMS BOSS 302 "B" cam , Mass-flo. CA SB100 (SPCN) Registered
    Delivered 4/23/06. "Finished" 4/2012 (still not done!)


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    Quote Originally Posted by David Hodgkins View Post
    Nice specs on that motor!

    Thanks Dave! this one made 506!!
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    Wanted to Bump this one as we have two NEW versions of out 427 with even more HP, that we unveiled at SEMA! up to 541 HP in fact...!

    Carb HO stage 1 523 hp / 504ft. lbs.
    https://factoryfiveengines.com/bluep...ted-ho-stage-1

    EFI HO stage 1 523 hp / 504ft. lbs.
    https://factoryfiveengines.com/bluep...ted-ho-stage-2

    Carb HO stage 2 541 hp / 519ft. lbs.
    https://factoryfiveengines.com/bluep...ted-ho-stage-2

    EFI HO stage 2 541 hp / 519ft. lbs.
    https://factoryfiveengines.com/bluep...ted-ho-stage-2
    Check out our crate engine offerings at www.factoryfiveengines.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by BluePrintEngines View Post
    Wanted to Bump this one as we have two NEW versions of out 427 with even more HP, that we unveiled at SEMA! up to 541 HP in fact...!

    Carb HO stage 1 523 hp / 504ft. lbs.
    https://factoryfiveengines.com/bluep...ted-ho-stage-1

    EFI HO stage 1 523 hp / 504ft. lbs.
    https://factoryfiveengines.com/bluep...ted-ho-stage-2

    Carb HO stage 2 541 hp / 519ft. lbs.
    https://factoryfiveengines.com/bluep...ted-ho-stage-2

    EFI HO stage 2 541 hp / 519ft. lbs.
    https://factoryfiveengines.com/bluep...ted-ho-stage-2
    Now that is what I was figuring. Just from the short time I have built ford engines I was figuring that 427 was incredibly underrated on your website. You guys need to publish those numbers around your advertisement circles. That motor was way under rated at 485hp that you state on the website. Those numbers are awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasAviator View Post
    Now that is what I was figuring. Just from the short time I have built ford engines I was figuring that 427 was incredibly underrated on your website. You guys need to publish those numbers around your advertisement circles. That motor was way under rated at 485hp that you state on the website. Those numbers are awesome!
    Yes we tend to undershoot and leave people pleasantly surprised. the "regular" 427 at its 485 has proven to be a very easy number to hit. The "HO" versions 1 and 2 are plenty for whoever wants them!

    It is important to remember we do focus on streetability to make sure these cars can be driven also, and on pump gas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BluePrintEngines View Post
    Yes we tend to undershoot and leave people pleasantly surprised. the "regular" 427 at its 485 has proven to be a very easy number to hit. The "HO" versions 1 and 2 are plenty for whoever wants them!

    It is important to remember we do focus on streetability to make sure these cars can be driven also, and on pump gas.
    Drivability is key and Ford is known for making great numbers and having great vacuum. For example I am using a 224/232 cam and have 13" of vacuum. This engine I built has the 11r heads from trick flow. It essentially shortens the intake runner and moves the valves closer to the intake. This requires custom pistons vs the stock ford stuff but it was an easy swap when building a motor. Not only does it have a great idle and vacuum but I also was able to add 11.5:1 compression in my 347 to squeek out 475 (at 5900 rpm) very street gas friendly horsepowers. I was able to acheieve this with a proper cam and keeping cranking psi at 180 pis. I could have made over 500 hp on this block with just more cam but I wanted the pure pull of a mid range cam and the longevity of a 6000 rpm redline.

    Apply that to your 427 blocks and cavernous head design, you could run less cam and still make big happy horsepower for the street and racing. I see that you guys seem to have done that here with the new 427 engines. I love engine building and admire what you all do.

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    Thank you sir! Yes there's usually more on the table. We just try to hit the sweet spot of balancing value, hp, street manners, and longevity. I Appreciate the kudos on our new versions!
    Check out our crate engine offerings at www.factoryfiveengines.com
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    You guys nailed that sweet spot. Customers, I am sure, are all too often craving the ragged edge; however, you guys have found the value in the power available with current technology. The business ethic, work ethic, and business model is astounding in today's market. It cant be easy to build engines quickly, reliably, and for little money but you all have certainly found the balance. I would recommend you guys to anyone looking for an engine for their project.

    Brandon

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasAviator View Post
    You guys nailed that sweet spot. Customers, I am sure, are all too often craving the ragged edge; however, you guys have found the value in the power available with current technology. The business ethic, work ethic, and business model is astounding in today's market. It cant be easy to build engines quickly, reliably, and for little money but you all have certainly found the balance. I would recommend you guys to anyone looking for an engine for their project.

    Brandon
    Brandon,

    Thanks for those kind words. I Greatly appreciate the accolades. We do everything we can to make a great product, and take care of our customers. Anytime we can help you out, let me know!

    Johnny M
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