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"Sleeper" Boss 302

FLGator

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Found this over on the Mustang Forums - a 1200 hp "Sleeper" Boss 302. Click here to see what they had to say and a video of the dyno run.
 

FLGator

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If he is running sticky rubber then the rims can spin inside the tire and if the tires are not too sticky he can spin the whole works. ;)
 
Well, I was going to make a comment, but they already did it for me - in the very first part of the article:

The Boss 302 is not a sleeper. Anything that comes in bright yellow paint and 444hp cannot be called that.

Drop that engine in a Ford C-Max and give me a call. Okay, all done here. ;)
 

FLGator

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For more info on how this was accomplished here is another LINK on this "Sleeper".
 
That's pretty wild.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=hmmTBhyoyss[/youtube]

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ArizonaBOSS

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cloud9 said:
Hooking it up on those 20" low pro tires ought to be interesting.

I have problems putting power down at stock power levels, so that 1200hp or whatever should be pretty much completely useless outside of parking lot dong-measuring contests
 
Looks awesome, sounds amazing, but I wouldn't bet a dime on how long the motor will live if it makes that kind of power. Thats over 4 hp per cubic inch and motors like that dont tend to have a long life.
 
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ArizonaGT said:
I have problems putting power down at stock power levels, so that 1200hp or whatever should be pretty much completely useless outside of parking lot dong-measuring contests

Hilarious! Still bad ass though!
 

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