BUILD HIGH PERFORMANCE MOTOR
How to Build a High Performance Engine | It Still Runs
Select a high performance distributor and ignition coil according to the ignition system in your vehicle. A single-point distributor for example may be replaced with an aftermarket performance unit. If your ignition system is computer controlled, you may choose a new high-performance control module; just make sure it will let you pass the emission test if required by your state.
318 Engine Build - A Parts Book 400HP 318 - Mopar Muscle
The Build The subject of our build was the engine from our '68 Barracuda fastback. The 318 was putting out almost 200 hp at the rear wheels with an antique Edelbrock Street Master intake and fourAuthor: Steve Dulcich
Performance Engine Build - How To Build Your First Motor
Build Your First Performance Engine - Part 1: with a selection of intake designs such as "high-flow single plane," and so on. MOTOR TREND GROUP,
How to Build a High Horsepower Small Block Chevy Motor
Building a high-horsepower small block Chevy engine requires careful planning and research. Today, experienced engine builders can attain output of more than two horsepower per cubic inch with thoughtful design and attention to detail. "Stroker" combinations -- using crankshaft strokes longer than standard --
How To Build A High-Performance Holden Six
A guide to the high-performance red, blue and black straight sixes. This page is an attempt to provide some information and guidance for those wanting to build a higher output six cylinder Holden engine - specifically the red, blue or black straight sixes.
Engine Building Part 1: Blocks - YouTube
Click to view16:02This is the first in an engine building series that focuses on blocks. I talk about general machining and options for rebuilding or starting a new motor. automotive engines diagnosis repairAuthor: Pete's GarageViews: 1
How to Build Racing Engines: Torque and Horsepower Guide
If you’re building racing engines, your BSFC should be way better, something on the order of to . Where Power Comes From. Extremely powerful racing engines generally require a short stroke and large bore to provide adequate breathing capability at high RPM and to ensure durability in a high-load, high-RPM environment.
5 Bow Tie Builds Mild To Wild - Chevy LM7 Engines
Test Motor #3-Wild LM7 5.3-Liter Block: Stock Crank: Stock Rods: Stock Pistons: Stock 4.8-liter (flat-top) Cam: COMP XR281HR / lift, 228/230 duration split, 112 LSA Heads: TFS GenX 205
5 LS Small Block Build - Here Comes Modern Mouse
For a 5 LS Small Block Build, we've discused Danger Mouse, and Major Mouse, many manners of small-block performance. Now comes time for Modern Mouse. - Super Chevy magazine
Ford 390 - dog or torque beast? | The H.A.M.B.
Go for the rock stock torque motor. I built a hot PITA 390 for the '72 F250 parts chaser. Fun to plan. Fun to build. A PITA to maintain and drive. Too wild of a cam. Too much lift. Too many bent and broken valvetrain parts. I was moving and didn't have time to properly sort out the geometry. I traded the truck for an '85 with a 460 and 4-speed.