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Still a Float: SBC Stroker Spring Upgrade

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By Richard Holdener/Photos By Author Spring had sprung on our stroker, so it was time for an upgrade! Sometimes performance upgrades come from desire, while others out of sheer necessity. Unfortunately for us, this valve-float (actually control) test was the latter. It is often said that the whole is more important than the sum of its parts, and this is certainly ... Read More »

Final COMP Cams Engine Builder Duel Of 2015 Takes Place During Fall Street Machine Nationals

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Springfield, MO – The COMP Cams Engine Builder Duel series concluded this weekend at the Fall Street Machine Nationals. The two-day event hosted two head-to-head builder competitions on Saturday, and one on Sunday. All three pairs of teams were evenly matched, and the times were close. As always, even though one team may be trying to start their engine first, that ... Read More »

The Ultimate Stroker – Squeezing 427 Inches Into An SBC

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Our friends at Horsepower Monster have recently been building up a Small Block Chevy into a stroker 427 using off-the-shelf components. Their goal is to put together a daily-driver engine that is capable of more than 550 horsepower and can run on pump gas. The build includes a COMP Cams Thumpr™ Hydraulic Roller Camshaft, High Energy™ Hydraulic Roller Lifters and Ultra Pro ... Read More »