Stroke Me The Eagle 4340...
The Eagle 4340 stroker crank gets some needed attention before assembly.
Deck Me Next up, one of the...
Deck MeNext up, one of the RHS cylinder heads is set up in the RMC deck squaring machine. The RMC 12V surfacing machine is fly-cutting the head surface so it is perfectly flat for proper sealing on the block.
Insert Me The block is now...
The block is now ready for the Eagle 4340 stroker crank and rods. Once everything clears in the engine, the rotating assembly is balanced up on the Winona balancer, where the finished balance job was less than 1 gram max out of balance.
Mount Me Once all work is...
Once all work is completed, the block and all its parts receive a final wash and are readied for assembly. After the engine is completed, it is loaded onto the Stuska Track Master Dyno Cart and hooked up to the dyno.
Dyno Me Dyno technician Chris...
Dyno technician Chris Harvey puts the 393ci engine through its paces.
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Read Me After a full day...
After a full day of tuning, testing, and trying different carburetor and carburetor spacers, we at last had sweet success-our final dyno tally comes in at 475 hp at 5,700 rpm with 489 lb-ft of torque, not bad for a pump gas mouse motor.
Drop Me Eric carefully lowers...
Eric carefully lowers our JD Machine maxi-mouse engine into the waiting Timber Wolf engine bay.