Ever wonder what kind of numbers a supercharged 7.3-liter Godzilla would make on a dyno.
Fret no more, Harrop brings us an engine dyno video!
The Retro 5.0 short-block has been assembled with carefully chosen parts to balance the OEM theme.
We've achieved a good mix of staying true to how it came out of the factory, and upgrading the known weak points.
Variable geometry turbochargers have the benefit of packing multiple exhaust housing A/Rs into a single unit.
By altering the internal geometry, you can get a fast spool up without running out of breath up top.
Choosing the oil pan for Project Retro 5.0 was a bit like Goldilocks — we wanted something factory-appearing, but better than stock.
This Milodon oil pan wasn't too much or too little, it was just right.
A one-piece piston ring compressor can really make installing your pistons easy.
Available in different tapers for different ring sizes, they really are the easy button.
This lightweight big-cube big-block Chevy keeps a traditional look but with lots of modern upgrades.
Designed to make streetable power, this 598-cube all-aluminum mill makes big power.
EngineLabs' mission is to bring our readers inside the world of high-performance internal-combustion engines.
By challenging the accepted limits of things, I hope to expand the understanding of automotive tech.
SAM Tech arms students with the knowledge they need to start a career in the high-performance industry.
Students learn how to create horsepower in the classroom and lab.
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