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Bit more engine porn
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From Tremayne
450ci SBF 950hp
The engine with the big 3Vs is a 440ci sbf streeter. Very Tuff.
They are putting together a lot of excellent engines there and seem to have alot of very nice ford builds.
The cnc work they do on roush Yates head's is magic. But their own nxtgen sbf heads look brilliant. Pic is of one being made.


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Luke;289937 Wrote:From Tremayne
450ci SBF 950hp
The engine with the big 3Vs is a 440ci sbf streeter. Very Tuff.
They are putting together a lot of excellent engines there and seem to have alot of very nice ford builds.
The cnc work they do on roush Yates head's is magic. But their own nxtgen sbf heads look brilliant. Pic is of one being made.

Very cool! The power levels that come with that level of investment are truly amazing. Thanks for posting. Chuck
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Wow that is one awesome engine! A lot of power.! 😎

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So I'm a proud owner of one Mach 1 73! Regards Lars DK73whistling
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Man that's awesome, thanks for posting Luke. Those complete heads would cost more than my entire engine build and that includes IF I do go ahead and CNC port the heads. It's amazing the amount of 8-9 second N/A fully complienced street cars that drive to the track and drive home, not like that long ago when they were basically drag cars with rego plates. I would really loved to have had machines like these when I was still machining, I'd be like a fat kid in a candy shop and the possibilities would've been endless. No wonder it's getting harder and harder to find people that will hand port heads these days and getting even harder for cast iron. A few minutes for each port in a CNC that are all exact and precise with only a little blending by hand, compared to hours upon hours doing them by hand.
Mate, are you sure this isn't your engine for the Monaro, lol.
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#5
I wish, the little 580ish pump gas 383 that I will build would only be good enough as a starter for them. It will however be alot cheaper and easy to live with just, don't tell anyone it's a chevy ok

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One of their in house 8degree sbc heads. Superb machining.
   
One of these spacers showed an extra 20hp on the dyno, obviously spot on for that combo.
seriously thought about having them build my engine. But will get them to machine everything and a mechanic mate and I will build it. I need a massive amount of supervision haha then he will still have to check everything and tune it lol


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Update the d3 headed engine went 1115 hp at 9200 rpm. It's a wet sump engine to so ultra impressive

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Impressive but not a street engine
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Depends upon the street! lol

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Luke;290011 Wrote:I wish, the little 580ish pump gas 383 that I will build would only be good enough as a starter for them. It will however be alot cheaper and easy to live with just, don't tell anyone it's a chevy ok
I wish it was mine as well. As it is from what started out as a basic overhaul of the engine has turned out to be much more than originally planned. The best part about a chev is the price of parts, plus it doesn't take much of a brain to slap one together, lol. As I've always said, imagine if the Cleveland got the years of R&D and different parts suppliers the Chevy's have had, the mind boggles. How'd you go with what we were speaking about the other day?
That really is some beautiful machine work there and may be in the same boat as you and use them for machine work. As I said to you mate, I'll ask one question about their machining and if they can't give me answer I want, then I'll keep looking, but I suspect they'll know what I'm after. Unfortunately all the good machine shops I knew of are now closed (like I did) as there where just too many shops competing and people expecting you to do high quality workmanship for the crap shops prices, or the remaining ones prices are so stupid to even contemplate, like we were talking about the piston machining, just about cheaper to buy new Pistons then to pay what they want to charge to do some piston machine work.
BTW not bad numbers from a N/A engine, better stop looking at these pics, the mind is ticking and don't want to end up in divorce court, lol
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