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Ken Block's V2 Hoonicorn Mustang packs 1,400 wild horses

Ken Block's Hoonicorn 1965 Ford Mustang was the star of his "Gymkhana Seven" video. At the time, the naturally aspirated V-8 made about 850 horsepower. Now it's time for version two of the Hoonicorn and the power now exceeds 1,400 horses. A pair of massive Garrett turbochargers contribute to the rise in power, as does the use of methanol fuel...
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