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Take your time and check out generous amounts of dirty housewifes sex in numerous categories! If you're going to do some Saturday night drag racing or weekend road racing, step up the power a bit with more cam duration, modification of lobe centers, more lift, and a pinch more carburetor. Cylinder Head Selection Again, bigger isn't always better, especially for street use. or Air Flow Research 225s, don't always make sense for street use unless you're building one heck of a stroker.In most cases, use of single-plane manifolds for street use is not a good choice because they're designed for high-rpm horsepower, not good low-end street torque. If displacement is modest, such as 289 or 302ci, and you're building for the daily commute and occasional weekend fun, more conservative castings such as the Edelbrock Performer or AFR 185 are adequate.Engine failure happens when we don't do the job properly, but sometimes it happens through no fault of our own-we become victims of material failure.This is why we hold our breath anytime we fire an engine for the first time.All videos are hosted by 3rd party websites and we have no control over their contents.

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Our goal here is to help minimize the risk of engine failure with time-proven tips from some of the most seasoned engine builders in Southern California, including Marvin Mc Afee and Benton Jackson of MCE Engines, John Da Luz of JMC Motorsports, Mark Jeffrey of Trans Am Racing, and Jim Grubbs of JGM (Jim Grubbs Motorsports).

Carburetor Sizing We get this one wrong more times than we get it right because we tend to believe bigger is better, and that it means more power.

And, people get just plain, old-fashioned careless, forgetting things that are crucial to a solid, dependable engine build.

Despite all the shoptalk we've heard through the years, there are many misconceptions about engine building. We've made a few of them ourselves through the years-incorrect torque values, carb-selection misinformation, incorrect cam selection, seals installed backwards, flopped head gaskets (it's getting awful hot in here), port jobs that led to water jacket penetration, bad balance jobs, snapped poly locks from overtorquing, dropped valves (ouch! ), slightly out-of-the-hole piston deck height, and more.

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