Supercharged 440 LS7 On The Dyno


And it naturally sounds fantastic.

This might not be the sort of vehicle you're used to seeing these kinds of engines in, but we're just fine with it. In fact, we think it might be better, at least for the purposes of this video, in a sand rail car since it offers a much more unobstructed view of the engine, and that's what we're tuning in to see, after all. Now, we know that we bring you a lot of videos of drag racing engines that turn out multiple thousands of horsepower, but that obviously wouldn't work in a vehicle like this.

We still love it though, and we're overjoyed that it still sounds every bit as amazing as those powerful drag engines.

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