“Bob the Builder” Sweeney of FX Engines got the job of building the 1,000-horse engine-no easy task when you’re only talking four cylinders and 175 ci Chrysler four-cylinder with a Mopar Performance P5 Hemi head . With a big turbo and Meaney’s BigStuff3 EFI tuning, that power level was accomplished on “only” 20 psi boost. The combination can handle 35-plus psi, so there’s a lot of growing room left here. The engine was connected to a Jerico four-speed stick with a Tilton four-disc, 5.5-inch clutch. There’s also a Gear Vendors unit bolted to the Jerico that gives a 0.78:1 percent overdrive. The rear is a Strange 9-inch with an open Eaton diff, 31-spline Strange axles, and a 2.91:1 ring-and-pinion. With the Gear Vendors engaged, final drive ratio is a cellar-dwelling 2.27:1.