Four Wheeler Magazine highlighted a 1999 Ford Ranger that has SCAT internals. The engine was torn down and the block was shipped off to L&R Engines in Santa Fe Springs, California, where it was completely gone through and bored .030 over.
After that, a forged steel SCAT crankshaft and forged H-beam rods helped bump displacement from 302 cubic inches to 331ci. They estimate that all of the updates put this engine combination at about 400 hp, which is a jump from the 160 hp the old 4.0L V-6 was rated at.
Read more about this ride here.