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357 cubic inches
This is a stock style setup for the Ford 351 Windsor, featuring the stock 3.500" stroke. Whether the kit is intended for stock replacement or racing, various levels of compression will allow for improved performance with emphasis on top-end power and high RPM.
383 cubic inches
This is a mild stroker setup, using a 3.750" stroke to achieve a displacement of 383 cubic inches. Balance between top and bottom end power, making it ideal for many applications. Various levels of compression make these kits great for all types of setups.
393 cubic inches
This stroker combination uses a 3.850" stroke to produce 393 cubic inches from a 351 Windsor engine. Compared with a 383, this one offers more variety and assortment, with more part numbers and piston top types, making it popular.
408 cubic inches
This is the most common stroker setup for a Ford Windsor motor, with a 4.000" stroke and 408 cubic inch displacement. Because of the longer stroke and "square" configuration, these kits are a great balance between low-end torque and high-end power and RPM, making them extremely versatile, as well as more powerful than stock. They are great in any environment ranging from street to drag racing applications. Available in low to high compression ratios, with bore sizes ranging from 4.030" to 4.060".
418 cubic inches
This configuration uses a bit longer 4.100" stroke to produce a 418 cubic inch displacement. As a result, motors using this setup will have more bottom end power than the 353/383/393/408, at the expense of top-end power and high RPMs. Great for applications where high RPM aren't generally as important, such as street/strip running either naturally aspirated or boosted.
427 cubic inches
This is the largest cubic inch displacement we offer for a stock style Windsor block. It uses a lengthy 4.170" stroke to yield 427 cubic inches. As expected, because of this stroke, this motor will be very bottom-end heavy and is best suited for applications such as street cars, tow rigs, and trucks where RPMs will be somewhat limited. Compression ratios range from low to high.
428 cubic inches (Big Bore)
This configuration is identical to a 408 (4.000" stroke), except it requires the use of an aftermarket "Big Bore" block. Bore sizes range between 4.125" and 4.165".
438 cubic inches (Big Bore)
This configuration is identical to a 418 (4.100" stroke), except it requires the use of an aftermarket "Big Bore" block. Bore sizes range between 4.125" and 4.165".
446 cubic inches (Big Bore)
This configuration is identical to a 427 (4.170" stroke), except it requires the use of an aftermarket "Big Bore" block. Bore sizes range between 4.125" and 4.165".
454 cubic inches (Big Bore)
This is the most radical Ford Windsor V8 stroker setup, using a long 4.250" stroke and an aftermarket "Big Bore" style block to produce a huge cubic inch displacement. With such a long stroke and a small piston compression height, this combo is best for street cars trying to get the absolute maximum displacement possible. Applications from medium to high compression, making it great in many configurations. Bore sizes range between 4.125" to 4.155".