Apr 27, 2020 · The Mark IV 427 debuted in 1966 in Corvette and in full-sized Chevrolet cars. The L36, 390hp engine had a bore and stroke of 4.25×3.76, a two bolt main block, a cast crank, a set of small port heads, and a hydraulic cam. It had 10.25:1 compression and a Q-Jet on top. 1966 was also the year the L72 was released.
And that is what seems to have happened to this GT40, which had already completed a grueling season’s racing in 1966 before being uprated to 1967 Mk II-B specification, with its 427 cubic inch V8 engine modified to deliver greater power, reliability and durability with a “dry-deck” cylinder block and a new induction system.
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Jul 08, 2020 · Most of the 1967 season was spent making the new engine survive. By the end of the season the bugs had been worked out and the aluminum 427 engine was powerful and reliable. At that time, Jim Hall was the exclusive customer for the engine.
Street driven stock 427 engines require a setting of .025 hot, but their cams are of a higher lift than our boats, and they have a factory imposed redline set at 6,000 rpm, so I would default to the Chris Craft and Ford recommended settings on the MARINE APPLICATION.
Aug 23, 2013 · The Ford 427 SOHC was one of the original “outlaw” engines. Designed to compete with the Chrysler 426 Hemi, which had dominated the 1964 Daytona 500 with a 1-2-3 finish and led Richard Petty to the driver’s championship that year, the engine was based on the FE side-oiler block.
Despite appearances, it's one hellacious ride, stuffed to the gunwales with 427 cubic inches' worth of "cammer" engine, the Ford FE-based SOHC V-8, a purely race-bred animal that was banned by NASCAR and then found its way between the frame tubes of Top Fuel dragsters and early Funny Cars.
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