Racing fuel will take output on the power plant to 2300 hp (1715 kW / 2332 PS) and 2100 lb-ft (2844 Nm) of torque.
This power plant from Nelson Racing Engines was unveiled at SEMA and is one of the most radical engines yet.
The 10.4 liter, twin-turbo V8 unit features 1400 hp (1044 kW / 1420 PS) and 1400 lb-ft (1896 Nm) of torque.
But since it is racing engines that the outfit founded by Tom Nelson builds, then it can also run just fine on racing fuel which, by the way, takes output up to 2300 hp (1715 kW / 2332 PS) and 2100 lb-ft (2844 Nm) of torque.
The engine is priced at a mere $52,000.