A guy can't have too much power.
There are some ideas about engines that is very difficult understand or Swallow.
as you increase the horsepower of an engine, you reduce the reliability..
hahahhahhahhhahahhaha. Now that is a crock. Some people must have never been to a race. There are many many races and power contests that would easily contradict that statement. There is not a driving person alive, who would not want lots and lots of power. In some cases, engines with lots of power last 5 times as long as a low power engine. A low power engine is always working at the hardest to do any work. A hi-power engine uses power as needed. Hi power can be many things to many people and loads. A corvette with 500 HP is really fun, and a corvette with 300 HP is fun to drive, but not the same. Yep, I do have 3. About all the buses I have owned, I have changed engines and added more HP. Yep, I have 7. My Crown is getting a 375 HP, BC4, Cummins and the 220 HP Cummins is being removed. There is NO substitution for HP and cubic inches. Any changes to and engine for more power is relative to money and Talent. And those little bitty 4 cylinder Offy engine at the Indianapolis 300 race make about 1600 HP at 10,000 RPM for a long time. The engines are about $225,000... Power limitations are mostly caused by lack of funds...