- Engines & Components
- Engine - Assembled / Ready-to-Run
- Edelbrock Supercharged LT 416 Crate Engine 416ci/851HP/780TQ
Edelbrock E-Force Supercharged GM LT 416 Crate Engine
Important Installation Notes: This engine will require an EFI compatible fuel delivery system with a minimum pressure of 75 gph @ 60 PSI. Fuel pressure regulator with boost reference is required. Top of supercharger measures 20.80" from crank centerline. Intended for racing and engine swap applications. Not 50-state legal, Not intended for stock replacement.
- Displacement: 416 c.i.d. (4.065" bore x 4.000" stroke)
- Horsepower: 851
- Torque: 780
- Compression: 10.5:1
- Engine Block: New Aluminum GM LT1 Gen V
- Crankshaft: Forged 4340
- Pistons: Forged Aluminum -20cc
- Connecting Rods: Forged H-Beam
- Camshaft: Comp Cams 243° / 254°, 660" / 651", 114 LSA
- Rocker Arms: GM LT1 Gen V
- Induction: E-Force R2650 Supercharger System
- Cylinder Heads: Edelbrock Performer RPM, p/n 350-77119
- Warranty: 2-year / Unlimited Mileage
ENGINE OIL: The engine is supplied with Edelbrock Break-In Oil in the crate. The engine oil must be changed no more than 300 miles after break-in. A CAT safe SAE 5W30 synthetic oil is highly recommended after break-in.
I have a 1990 Porsche 928S4 with a turcharged LT-1, (I think 1996 B body: 1. Accessory bracket on passanger side. 2. Cast iron heads, but roller rockers like LT-4 ??? ). Will this motor bolt in its place in current outlaw application/adapter/Motor mounts?
Anyway to add a power steering pump? What accessories come with motor?
EFI compatible fuel delivery system with a minimum pressure of 75 gph @ 60 PSI. Fuel pressure regulator with boost reference is required, Part number suggestions for in tank?
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