Tech: Engine Builds

Power Company II

Kevin Stoa Engine Build part 2 of 3. Text & photos by Sam Logan:   Probably the biggest fallacy about engine power output is the number that reveals its peak power. But it’s a deceit perpetuated by most of us. We run our finger down the page looking for...

Power Company III

Kevin Stoa Engine Build part 3 of 3. Text & photos by Sam Logan: Let’s say your 400cu in race motor operates under water, like a fluid pump, and with every two revolutions of the crankshaft it would ingest and displace 400 cubic inches of water—receiving it through its...

Kaase’s Top Five: Jon Kaase talks engines

By Archie Bosman. Photos by Moore Good Ink: Jon Kaase’s standing was propelled to the forefront of his craft by winning the annual Engine Masters Challenge four times: 2003, ’04, ’08, and 09. But his reputation as an innovative engine builder had already been established over previous decades. Starting...

Canted valve Windsor Head: Ahead of of its time?

Jon Kaase’s P38 Canted-valve Windsor Cylinder Heads Aim For Better Cylinder Filling Text by Ro McGonegal Photography by Moore Good Ink Jon Kaase keeps his eyes peeled. Over the years, the engine builder has seen an endless string of improvements and aftermarket components visited upon the Windsor 302 but...
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