How to Build a Big Block Stroker Engine?

Answer There was a time when 400 cubic inch displacement engines were considered huge. In the 1960s and 1970s, engines with greater than 400 cubic inches became commonplace: GM had a 454 engine, Ford had ... Read More »

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How to Build a Chevy Big Block Stroker Motor?

A stroker kit increases the displacement of an engine by increasing the amount of travel done by each piston. The piston drops farther each cycle of the engine. The Chevrolet big block engine comes... Read More »

How to Build a 377 Stroker 350 Chevy Small Block?

The small block Chevrolet engine has components that interchange readily among different versions and displacements. One combination is to install a 350ci engine crankshaft in a 400ci engine block,... Read More »

How to Build a 347 Stroker Engine?

If you want to get your car ready for the strip, circle track or just to drive to work, upgrading your 289, 302 or some other block into a 347 stroker engine is the best way to pump the extra horse... Read More »

How to Build a Chevrolet 496 Stroker Engine?

Not to be confused with the GM 8.1 L, 496 CID Vortec big block Chevy, the 496 CID BBC "stroker" engine has been a popular engine platform based on the original 454 CID engine block. While the Vorte... Read More »