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Sunbeam Tiger in Europe

Friday, 03 February 2017 by

Check out this Beautiful 66 Sunbeam Tiger our Customer Per from Norway restored…. Dropping in our 302 / 350 HP Engine PKG                 Some Background on the Sunbeams The Sunbeam Tiger was a development of the Sunbeam Alpine series I, introduced by the British manufacturer Rootes in 1959. Rootes

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427w / 538HP Engine / Tranny Combo Engine Factory Great motor!  For a first timer, I got it installed in less than an hour and running by the end of the day.  Big thanks to all your guys for the tech support and help. I posted a 5 star Rating to your site. Thanks again

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EFI or Carb which way to Go?

Thursday, 08 December 2016 by

There can be an argument for Either  –  Some further Questions we Typically Ask……… Do you have a limited budget? The old standby Carb has been around forever, and there is something to be said for simplicity and Cost . If after a few years you wanted to Convert over to EFI its do-able. Are you

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1956 Ford Hot Rod 390FE Engine

Monday, 05 December 2016 by

1956 Ford Truck Hot Rod. One of our Favorites Hank.  Thanks a lot!!! Hank Gunter – Mississippi.  

FFR in Minnesota

Wednesday, 30 November 2016 by

Just a quick note to let you know how happy I am with the 347 stroker you built for me. It runs great, makes gobs of power and has gotten me lots of compliments. The EFI was definitely the way to go. Starts instantly, has great throttle response and a steady idle. It’s December now,

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How a PCV Works

Wednesday, 09 November 2016 by

PCV Functionality  – why its needed The basic thing is………..as much air that is coming out your exhaust……(.that’s the air on top of the)piston……), there is that the same amount of air moving under the piston inside the block. The result is that the oil in the crankcase is stirred up a lot……hence anti foaming additives in

On the surface, flow bench testing seems straightforward, More flow = More HP.  Many in the industry have become solely fixated on cubic feet per minute (cfm) numbers, placing importance on a number that is easily manipulated and ignoring other data about a cylinder head’s performance.  Here is a deeper look into flow bench testing

1941 Ford Hot Rod with Ford Powerplant

Thursday, 13 October 2016 by

I thought you might like to see the application of your build. The engine runs great with a Monster AOD transmission. This 41 PU was purchased new by my grandfather in late 1940 and had the 4 cyl. engine. Thanks again for a great engine. Jack Meek Tulsa, OK

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

Stroker Tech 101

Wednesday, 06 July 2016 by

  On virtually all engines, the intake valve stays open after the point where the piston starts up on the compression stroke. Until the intake valve actually closes, compression is not occurring and the true compression stroke does not start until it does. Because the cylinder volume is reduced, so is the dynamic compression ratio.