Cam timing is handled by an Innovators West belt-drive. Kurt found the easiest way to provide a cam position reference signal to the computer was to fabricate an aluminum plate that holds a Holley big block Chevy cam sensor mount. To provide the sensor reference he made his own magnet with a 10-32 stainless mounting screw and drilled the upper cam drive to postilion the magnet where he wanted it. The mounting bracket kit is Holley PN-556-114.
No pictures were taken of the internals, but it is a very robust system with the Bryant billet crank, Callies Enforcer connecting rods and custom Diamond pistons. The 3.75-inch stroke was selected because it makes the crank stronger than a stroker crank due to more material connecting the throws. Crankshaft whipping is ore pronounced on a stroke and is hard on the engine, particularly the number 2 and 4 mains at high power levels. The shorter stroke revs more smoothly and it allows a 1.25 compression height on the pistons which keeps the pin from intruding on the oil ring groove.
The camshaft is a Camonics solid roller shaft speced to provide a relatively quick peak with the blower system rather than a more linear 45 degree ramp up to power. No camshaft numbers were made available. The block is bushed for .937-inch Isky lifters with a .850-inch roller. These are the bused lifter rather than traditional rollers. While the friction tradeoff with rollers is slightly more. it was felt that the bushed lifters were safer for this application.