383 stroker with tunnel ram
Dual 4 tunnel ram 383 Chevy street engine. Although tunnel rams are designed for top-end horsepower, I was certainly able to get them to run nice on the street at lower RPMs too. The trick is knowing what set-up works best to accent the tunnel ram so it runs like it's supposed to. The problem is, most people don't have a clue about that sort of thing, which is why so many "hot rods" with engines that look similar to one like this get their doors blown off. There's a lot more than just bolting a bunch of cool looking parts on an engine to get it to run nice. Luckily, I do know what is required so you can be confident you'll get a KILLER running engine by following tips in my free Tech Tips section of this website.
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