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Speed Demon’s A/Blown Fuel Streamliner Motor

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Engine builder Kenny Duttweiler's thoughtful approach to torque-managed small block LS power and rear wheel drive may soon deliver the first piston powered 450 mph speed record at Bonneville. And we just showed you how they're going to do it...
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1290 HP, 421ci Small Block Chevy Build

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Sportsman racers have pretty much gone big league thanks to a broad performance market that offers a remarkable variety of supercharging options and supporting components. Whether carbureted or fuel injected, the responsive aftermarket has provided...
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Boosting a 482ci Ford SOHC Cammer: Part 1

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When exotic excess isn't quite enough to satisfy the power demons lurking within, artificial aspiration frequently brings the heavy heat. Jim Ring's 1964 Galaxie is an off-the-hook Pro Street ride that demands an over the top powerplant to help make the Pro Street statement.

383 Chevy: Beyond the Crate!

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Is the 383 Chevy the Most Popular Small Block Ever? That's easy to believe based on the number of rotating assemblies sold by Scat Enterprises. It's also noteworthy that the 383 originated from the performance community in the late seventies and became so popular that...

A 735hp 438ci Small-Block Ford Bullet

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This 438ci 735 HP Ford drag racing engine represents Hardcore Horsepower's unconventional, but forward-thinking effort to create a strong single four-barrel engine based on an all Windsor parts collection. The result is one bad ass...
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Building the 750 HP Ford Cobra Jet

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Ever wonder how carefully your Cobra Jet drag racing engine gets assembled at the factory? No doubt you've seen old newsreels with sweaty line workers ramming pistons into cylinder blocks on an endless conveyor line or...

663hp 434ci Small-Block Street Engine

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When tasked to build a 650hp+ street engine with lots of restrictions, Mike Petralia's Hardcore Horsepower, LLC in Franklin, TN crafted this 434ci beast ...

Blown Hi-Torque E85 Chevy Small Block

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The key to power for this 628 HP 383ci blown street small block was the 177-cid Roots-style Weiand supercharger combined with E85 pump gas.

383 Beyond the Crate LT1 Parts List

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The following parts for the Beyond the Crate 383 project are all available through Summit Racing except where noted. These are the Summit part numbers which you can use to find them on Summit's web site.
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565ci Dart BBC Race Build

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Our sample engine build is a 565-ci big-block Chevy based around a Dart Big M cylinder block and Dart Big Chief Pro 1 aluminum cylinder heads. Following the step-by-step procedures is designed to simplify the mating of all the important com­ponents in the engine...

Turbocharged Y-Block for Bonneville

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A turbocharged Ford Y-block in a GMC pickup truck seems a rather illogical choice for racing at first glance, but that's the nature of class racing at Bonneville and the El Mirage dry lakes. No other venues offer the broad choice of classes and...

Why is the Speed Demon So Damned Fast?

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Exclusive! What makes George Poteet's awesome Speed Demon streamliner consistently able to crack off seemingly effortless 400 mph plus runs on the Bonneville salt flats?

World’s First DOHC, 4-Valve per Cylinder Racing Engine

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The key concept to this timeless racing masterpiece is the airflow enhancing inclined 4-valve top end operating in a pent-roof combustion chamber and actuated by dual overhead camshafts. One hundred years and millions of racing miles later this configuration is still the most desirable racing design...