Gurney Eagle Engine

  • This configuration is set up with Weber Carbs to run in either a Ford GT40 or a Can Am car
  • Aluminum Fontana block Cleveland style with displacement of 351.86 ci
  • Heads are Gurney Eagle and designed by Dan Gurney
  • Bryant crankshaft is the same as used in a Ford NASCAR motor light-weight designed for sustained high rpm use to 9,000 rpm
  • A complete and running example of a historic engine from the 1960’s
  • Would be suitable for an Indy Car if configured with slide injection carbs
  • Estimated 725 horsepower as set up
  • Carrillo rods with custom Diamond pistons
  • Comp cam, SFI balancer, T&D comp rocker arms, ARP bolts, MSD ignition