2 bolt vs 4 bolt main. A 2 bolt has two bolts holding the main bearing caps on. A 4 bolt has four bolts holding the main bearing caps on. A 2 bolt will not withstand 500 HP for a long period of time. note: 500 HP is an incredible, almost impossible amount of HP to get out of a 350. It can be done but you'll need lots and lots and lots of money.
That is an addon yes 4 bolts is what you need !!! Don't even try with two bolts or it is going to blow. Well I have seen this little baby to hit 560 HP with a 250 Shot of Nitrous but yes it will cost a little more to do that
Nelson Racing Engines has a Small Block Chevy 355 twin turbo, putting out 800 HORSEPOWER. Now this is not an all out race engine, it is part of their daily drivers series, it can be beaten every day of the week, driven to work, abused on the track at the weekends, and survive.
Small block Chevy's are some of the most powerful, and toughest engines on Earth. Rod Saboury is putting out 2,400 horsepower in his 1963 Corvette, with a 427 small block, and yes, a 350 can be bored and stroked to a 427 with major block clearancing for a 4.000"+ crankshaft.
Whats the hang up with a 4 bolt block anyway. I have built many 450-600 HP 2 bolt engines.
In fact the stock 4 bolt setup is been proven to be weaker than the 2 bolt due to where Chevy placed the outer main bolts. They are placed in weakest part of main saddle/block and will stress crack easier.
An ARP studded 2 bolt block would be stronger than a stock 4 bolt.
Plus the caps will break before the # of bolts matter really.
If your looking for the strongest setup then you want a 2 bolt block and have it machined for splayed 4 bolt conversion then use billet splayed caps, with ARP studs
The difference between a 2 bolt main and 4 bolt main is how many bolts hold the caps that hold on the crankshaft. (A 2 bolt main has 2 bolts to every cap and the 4 bolt main has 4 bolts to every cap) A 2 bolt main should be able to handle 500hp as long as you don't push it above 5500RPMs.
645Ci: 325 hp 4.4L V8 Only available in Manual 6 speed, Auto or SMG M6: 500hp 5.0L V10 Available in Manual or SMG Fully optioned Better suspension
In Canada it is 500hp. Anything over that is technically illegal. But nowadays alot of cars come factory tuned over 500hp, so those are legal.
500hp and 638 torque
From a low of 120hp to a high of 500hp in the 2007 Shelby GT500
500hp with police interceptor
5k new engine
The 2007 Ford Shelby GT500 has 500HP
You will need to spend 4 to 5 thousand dollars are more.
No way to answer without knowing the full specs (e.g., rear end gear ratio, transmission final drive ratio, tire size), as well as what you're pulling... you'll see a substantial difference between something like an RGN and something like a van trailer.
Iv read and herd for them to hold up to 500hp stock
srt-10 Ram with a 500hp/ 525 ft-lb viper v10 engine
In 2007 it only had 500hp and was electronically limited to 155mph. The latest 2014, with its 662hp has a top speed of 202mph.
for 2007-2009 the ford mustang gt500 had 500hp and 480 lbs -ft of metal twisting torque
Dodge Tomahawk (Worlds Fastest Bike) 8.3L V10 engine producing 500HP! A Very Very Fast Bike.
138hp. From the Chevy website the zr1 has 638HP, there is a HP limit of 500HP to race in the ALMS.
the shaft will, but the axle clips might not, but that is a very cheap fix, the clips are around 15 for a set
i dont exactly know and i think they have around 500hp in the updated runescape and 50 i n the non updated runescape :L
SRT 10 Truck? From factory it list with 500HP actual RWHP right at 425HP I have a 2004 SRT 10 Viper Truck
Giant Volcano has 19 floors and the 20th floor is the boss battle with Heatran. P.S: Just a reminder Heatran has 500HP so be careful.
The Fastest Car Produced By Honda Is The Honda HSV.Pretty Fast Having A 3.4 Engine That Produced 500hp With All The Goodies Included.Fastest production car is the Honda s200 .
Answer is obvious, the viper srt10 has more power and handling besides even though the gt500 stang has over 500hp the viper is way more lightweight, -edgar rival battle time.
NO the 5LT has 500HP and the 4.6 300HP =========================================================== It would depend on WHAT MODEL YEAR of Ford Mustang My 1991 5.0 liter H.O. LX was rated at 225 horsepower from the factory
it depends on what kind of engine it is. if it's an engine purely made for racing it can have 600+ hp. if it's an engine like a standard sedan or a pickup it will typically have less than 450hp (unless you have a 2010 Corvette with 500hp).