This is my new 417ci CHI cleveland based ford. On 98 octane pump fuel with out of the box heads,manifold and 1050 dominator carb it went 682hp @7k and 585ft/tq @5k.
Nothing exotic or trick other than a solid roller camshaft. This was the virgin startup and never got a vid of a pull sorry. Going into a 3550lb XD Falcon.
408 Cleveland stroker 7000rpm dyno run Mustang
Here is one of 408 Cleveland strokers being Dyno tuned. This combination
made 570 hp @ 6100 rpms and 500 ft/lbs @ 5400. It had over 480 ft/lbs from
4600-6200. It uses a set of AFD heads from australia, the chamers are so
effecient it only needs 28* timing. WWW.TIMZEPPENGINES.COM
393 Cleveland Stroker - First Start
This is the first start up of a 393 Cleveland Stroker that I've been
meticulously building over the last several months. It's been a great
learning experience for me as I was able to not only plan and assemble the
components for the engine, but design and build the test stand as well.
Here are the specs for this engine:
Edelbrock dual plane aluminum intake manifold -- For run in only, switching
to Weiand X-celerator 2V that has been converted to FI for later.
Edelbrock Alloy heads -- CNC Ported by Cam Research in Englewood, CO
1.73:1 ratio Harland Sharp Rocker Arms
Probe 393C stroker kit (10669-030-PS-F393C):
4340 Forged steel crank, 3.85" stroke, Nitride Hardened
Probe H-beam forged steel rods, 5.956 long
Probe forged pistons, 16cc dish, 2618-T61 Aluminum, Full Floating
Rollmaster CS3130 -- Timing Set
Powerbond Harmonic Balancer
Custom ground hydraulic flat tappet Camshaft
Oil Pan -- Aluminum 10 Qt. -- Dennis Quella -- Pantera Performance
Edelbrock Water Pump -- Flow Kooler Thermostat
351 Cleaveland test run for 1973 Mustang
Blue 1973 Ford 351 Cleaveland 4 barrel Hollie, balanced, mild cam,all parts
new - intakes and headers. Built in house at Classic Auto Body Restoration
& Rods. http://classicautobodyrestoration.com This 1973 Mustang Convertible. This first
firing of the powerful motor began with a bang. Adjustment and tuning to
the highest performance is completed before the new motor goes into the
newly restored vehicle.