Discussion in 'Our Products' started by ken betts, Oct 9, 2019.
This great news, now it just need to find a money tree to harvest........or maybe a shrub......
Very good news indeed.
Cant wait to hear finial pricing,
As it stands “today”, $2,700 plus applicable tax, shipping and boxing.
How much does it weigh? Is it bull-nosed and knife-edged? Lightened?
Post some pictures
Will give all details and pics of actual cranks when they arrive.
What is the max cubic inches you could take a stock block to with your stroker kit?
Will you have rod options for your stroker kits? Steel or aluminum?
Can we see a print of the cylinder head and the valve arrangement. Also I would think there would most certainly be a cast intake that would come out simultaneously with the cylinder head to make this a Affordable deal like the other manufacturers have enjoyed. I do believe these two items if done right will make the most Impact on the big block community. Thanks Tom
Thats a good question. Based on what others have done (and I have not tried it) Some claim you can put a 4.5" stroke in a stock block and had to "jiggle" the cam and grind the block to get it in. Stock blocks are fragile over 600hp and need girdles. I am putting a complete stroker kit with my heavy duty block together. If were lucky we will have some available by May. We will offer multiple bore, cam, stroke and main cap combinations. I would call JW at Tri Shield Performance our engine builder for your requirements and cu in possibilities.
No print will be made available, but you can see and probably have seen pictures on my site and JW's V8 site, with the rockers installed. We will have billet intakes available before the cast heads come out single and dual quads. We are looking at modifying cast intakes available for other motors. We have bought equipment that I own to expedite machining of our parts. Since we are also upgrading the S1 & S2 heads now available, we will have new cast intakes for those also. In the future customers will NOT have to pay for CNC porting to have a great head.
As mentioned we will have many complete motor kits at ridiculous prices.
Good job Ken!
Will you guys have any wildcat heads on display at the Nats?
We are hoping to have, block, crank and heads, we expect John Everett to have a NA Injected BBB with Billet heads in his dragster.