2650 TVS Supercharger/Heads/Cam/Etc. for 7.3L Godzilla V8 from Mast Motorsports

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2650 TVS Supercharger/Heads/Cam/Etc. for 7.3L Godzilla V8 from Mast Motorsports

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It's been a bit since we had any 7.3L Godzilla coverage here on the SVTP Front Page, so when I spotted a fresh assortment of performance goodies for Ford's lizard motor I had to stop and get the details for you guys. Mast Motorsports, probably best known for building some formidable GM go-fast parts, has a display setup at the NMRA World Finals / Holley Intergalactic Ford Fest in Bowling Green, KY; an it is filled with their new Godzilla offerings. Jason, Mast's CEO, walked me through their new hard parts. I have the full details in the video below:


These 7.3L Godzilla parts represent about a two year commitment by Mast. They've been quietly massaging heads and grinding their own custom cams with the intent to offer turnkey packages for those looking to swap in a modern big-inch Ford V8. Today they were displaying two different engine setups; an N/A one with their ported heads and cam package cranking out 600+HP, and a Harrop Supercharger equipped fully build mill set to over 1,300HP. For those who aren't familiar, the Harrop unit is based around the Eaton 2650 TVS rotor-pack and is capable of making some serious power.

If you guys have any questions you should post them in the next 24 hours. That way I can stop by and get Jason to educate us all.




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Do they offer swap options?
Have they found any common weak points either in NA or boosted form?
Are they still doing Coyotes? I believe I saw them with Coyote parts at PRI 2019.
Hopefully I’ll see it at the track tomorrow
-J
 

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Do they offer swap options?
Have they found any common weak points either in NA or boosted form?
Are they still doing Coyotes? I believe I saw them with Coyote parts at PRI 2019.
Hopefully I’ll see it at the track tomorrow
-J

These are more packages for a DIY setup. Apparently the engine is rock solid, but they do delete the factory cam phaser. They still have a handful Coyote parts, but it's not been a huge part of their business.

I'll be around all day, and I'm not usually hard to find.
 
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Jesus christ. This is really going to open things up for 7.3 swaps.

Super cool coverage. Thanks for the vid Sid. Also, for some reason I thought you were a lot older.
 

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I just wish they would come out with an aluminum block to drop some more weight. I would love to swap one with a 6r80 (or 10r80) in my ‘69 Mustang Fastback ;)
Preferably with boost :)

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I just wish they would come out with an aluminum block to drop some more weight. I would love to swap one with a 6r80 (or 10r80) in my ‘69 Mustang Fastback ;)
Preferably with boost :)

Ken
A 10r80 in a '69 Fastback would be really cool!
 

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I wish I could drop this powerplant in my 96 GT. I would keep the 4.6L badges and mess with the hellcat guys.
 

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