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Factory Five MKIV 347. Thanks Guys

Wednesday, 12 October 2016 by

Good Morning Guys, It has been nearly two years since I took delivery of the 347-stroker you and your team built for me.  I thought I would send you a note about my progress and the performance of the engine. When I was doing my research I spoke with many of your competitors and sought references

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Ford Bronco, F150, F250 Ready to Run Engines

Wednesday, 12 October 2016 by

Ford initially created the Bronco as their answer to the Jeep CJ models and International Harvester’s Scout model. It’s short 92″ wheelbase made the Early Bronco ideal for off-roading.  A few of the specific areas where the 1966 Ford Bronco differs from the later year models are outlined below: The ends of the stock rear

Camshaft Terminology

Tuesday, 28 June 2016 by

Understanding Camshaft Specifications LIFT Lift refers to maximum valve lift. This is how much the valve is “lifted” off its seat at cam lobe’s highest point. How does it get measured? Valve Lift is the amount (usually in inches) that the valve is lifted off of its seat. It is usually measured with a dial indicator at the

St Jude Donates Cobra at Mecum

Tuesday, 24 May 2016 by

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363 Stroker in a Restomod Mustang

Thursday, 28 April 2016 by

Hear this Car Roar!    

St. Jude Ford Engine Giveaway

Thursday, 31 March 2016 by

  We cannot thank you enough for the engine, and for your interest to help support St. Jude Hospital.               JD Peeples Director – Sports Marketing ALSAC St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital     

1996 Ford Bronco Mass Air

Saturday, 19 March 2016 by

I will send pics and video soon. I installed the engine in my 96 Bronco with manual transmission This truck is factory equipped with MAF, how would you suggest setting the timing? at 0 degrees or …? 12-14 degrees.

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67 Mustang Restomod Project

Thursday, 10 March 2016 by

Good morning , Here is a picture of our 67 Mustang restomod project. The 302  was purchased from you in 2003, and still runs great. Besides being driven around town, we take it to the drag strip a few times a year. Like any street car, it always a blast to burn some rubber and

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Daytona Coupe Journal

Monday, 14 December 2015 by

Gabe Holdsman Installing his 331 EFI Stroker for his Daytona Coupe. Check out his journey Here

1967 Mustang Fastback – Alcapulco Blue

Monday, 05 October 2015 by

331 stroker Ford crate engine built by Engine Factory  www.fordcobraengines.com  A “stroker” engine is a basic 302 block that has been machined, longer piston stroke, slightly greater displacement and all piston and components balanced to create a smoother running, high RPM high horsepower motor. The car also has a Currie 9 inch rear end which is