Popular Hot Rodding Magazine's Engine Master's Challenge pits the best engine builders against each other to find out who can build the engine with the highest average torque and horsepower within a specific powerband.
Multi-year Engine Masters Champion Tony Bischoff unpacked a wicked 441-cubic inch Ford small block running a Pro-Systems modified Holley 1250-cfm Dominator. Always a top competitor, Tony and his crew were clearly well prepared, with the engine showing radical power production right from the warm-up pull. Tony made some minor tuning changes to the ignition timing, and simply let the engine relax between the three scored qualifying pulls. The Ford's performance didn't disappoint, churning as much as 914 peak horsepower on its way to the top qualifying score of 3128.3 in the Xtreme division.
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