This is not your father's Ford. It's not even your older brother's. And it's definitely not for your average part-time bracket racer. What it is, is Joe Sherman's latest monster that pushes the peak of conventional carbureted, normally aspirated, no-power-adder Ford small-block Windsor-head tech to the limit-816 hp and 531 lb-ft from a 14.5:1, 374ci engine equipped with wedge-style Air Flow Research aluminum heads that still maintain the original Ford inline, 20-degree valve-angle configuration. You heard that right: No rolled-over valve angles, no trick-of-the-week Cleveland, Australian, or Yates heads, and it's built off the standard Ford 302/5.0L deck height.
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