383 Stroker Dyno Session 450hp 479 ft lbs torque!
Chevy 383 Stroker. AFR 195cc eliminator heads fully CNC ported, Mighty
Demon 750 Carb, Weiand Stealth "Air Strike" Intake Manifold, Comp Cams
Extreme Energy 284 Camshaft, Stainless Steel Roller Rockers, Bad Ass "383
Stroker" Cast Valve Covers, Cast Chevy 400 Crankshaft, Forged Speed Pro
383 pistons, Eagle I Beam Connecting Rods.
This is my first video Ive ever made, so sorry if it sucks. Had to trim it
down from 30+min long. And I didnt even get all the pulls in. Made a
total of 9 Dyno Pulls
that day, with a result of 450 hp and 479 ft lbs. On the later pulls I had
him turn the Dyno down
to read as low as possible, which is 3000 RPM. By 3k it was already making
430 ft lbs! and at 6000 was still at 412 ft lbs, VERY flat and nice torque
curve. We tried different size jets, 2 different carb spacers, and played
with the timing. Best result was out of the box jetting for the carb, and
carb right on the manifold! Lost 15 ft lbs on the low end with the carb
spacers! Was a great day at the Dyno shop, hope you guys enjoy
How to Break In A New or Rebuilt Engine - EricTheCarGuy
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I'm sure there is more than one way to do this but this is the way that I
was taught and it seems to work as intended. The idea is to make sure the
engine is fully lubricated before you start it up for the first time as we
know all too well what happens to an engine without oil, in fact I forgot
to show me filling up the oil filter with oil before I installed it sorry.
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Big Inch Small Block Chevy 441 Stroker Race Engine 750 + Horsepower
This is a 441 small block Chevy drag race engine designed for Nitrous. We used the following parts, Dart Tall
Deck block, Callies crank, Oliver rods, JE pistons, custom roller camshaft,
dart intake, AFR 235 heads, shaft rockers, 752 horsepower, 635 torque..
Fully machined, and built all in house by CNC-Motorsports.. Visit us on
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My goal is to have this car look like an old 60's super stock drag car. I
still have alot of work to do.
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SB Chevy Race Engine with 15 Degree Dart Heads 700+ Horsepower
Small Block Chevy 347, Dart block little M block 4.125 bore 3.250 crank,
6.125 rods, Dart 15 degree heads, our custom roller camshaft, shaft
rockers, nice mild little mouse motor .Fully machined and blue printed in
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