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A customer from Switzerland was building a replica of a vintage mahogany racing boat, and when he saw the Falconer L6, he knew he found his engine. Custom intake by Hogan's, jacketed stainless exhaust by SPD and a ton of custom machined parts created this one of a kind engine.
Jerry Magnuson designed and built the intake manifold that allowed the Eaton 122 high-helix supercharger to seamlessly mount to the Falconer L6. The result? Lots and LOTS of power and torque.
One track mind: Bonneville...and speed. This 1,300-horsepower version of the Falconer L6 propelled Dennis Varni's Speed Nymph streamliner to several new records in the 300-mph club.
Go all out. That's just what Dino Rossi of B Real Kustoms told us when he ordered this engine to power his scratch-built street rod. The car, a collaboration between B Real and Attebury Street Rods was literally built around the engine.
Built for a very customized 1941 Chevy 2-door convertible, this Falconer L6 adds a high-tech touch with just enough classic styling to tie everything together.