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This is from Horsepower Engineering down in Houston, they're going to build my 408 (from a 351W) for my F150 once I get the fuel setup figured out. :D

They're very cool, and build some badass shit! :anitoof:


Gen III Vortec Stroker...
Iron Block 408 Cubic Inch Stroker (6 bolt main 6.0 Block)
Eagle 4340 4.000 Stroke Crankshaft
Eagle 4340 6.125 H-Beam Connecting rods
JE or Wiseco 4.030" forged racing pistons
JE or Total Seal plasma/moly rings
ARP Main Stud Kit
Clevite Race Bearings (including Cam bearings/installation)
Fully balanced and blueprinted at HPE to our extremely precise tolerences for a long maintenance free life


Price: 3899.00​
 

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OH in case anyone is confused by my Ford ramblings...that stroker is a Gen III GM one!
 

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Yeah, better rings/bearings. ARP hardware for sure. And they're Texas boys! It's a tad larger too.

Again, sorry for any confusion I may have caused... HPE builds motors for Ford and GM vehicles. The stated info is for the 408 Gen III motor not the 408W going in my F150. lol :buttkick:
 

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Yeah, HPE is a cool place. They installed the richmond 3.90's in my truck a few months ago and will be installing my new torque converter when I get it.
 

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SierraCrew said:
Yeah, HPE is a cool place. They installed the richmond 3.90's in my truck a few months ago and will be installing my new torque converter when I get it.


Which converter you decide on? :think:
 
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