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1965 Mustang France

Wednesday, 12 October 2016 by

When you are in France, it is not easy, it is impossible to find a new engine for a 65 mustang . Engine factory made it simple, fast with an attractive price. 15 days since the order until the delivery. With a follow-up of photos and videos, when we are far it is brilliant. Turn

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

My engine overheats, what to look for?

Wednesday, 27 July 2016 by

My engine overheats, what to look for? Cooling systems are very simple, and determining WHEN you are having heating problems will tell 95% ohe story. First things first. The entire cooling system only consists of a few simple things; a radiator, a water pump, a thermostat, a couple of pulleys, a fan belt, a fan,

Ford Starters. Which one to Use?

Wednesday, 27 July 2016 by

Which Starter fits a Ford Small Block T5/TKO Conversion? Which starter to use is a common question and a common source of frustration for people doing a T5 or TKO conversion behind a Ford Small Block. The problem stems from the mis-information in the literature and from the starter manufacturers themselves. It was, and still

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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.

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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Don’t let Overlap get Over You!

Wednesday, 18 May 2016 by

  There are hundreds of articles written on Camshaft selections.  Very little is discussed on the importance of  Valve Overlap. Overlap is the angle in crankshaft degrees that both the intake and exhaust valves are open. What does it do? At high engine speeds, overlap allows the rush of exhaust gasses out the exhaust valve to

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363 Stroker in a Restomod Mustang

Thursday, 28 April 2016 by

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