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A brief history about Coast High Performance. Who we are, what we do, why choose us, etc...

Important information explaining Coast High Performance's policies and procedures for accepted payments and returns processing.

Important information explaining Coast High Performance's shipping charges and general shipping information such as lead times, carriers, etc...

Information about Coast High Performance's In-House Engine/Stroker Kit Balancing capabilities

Information about 28oz and 50oz balancing in Small Block Ford crankshafts and why we prefer 28oz balancing in all of our builds.

Information about Probe Industries Engine / Stroker kits including Classification, Horse Power Ratings and Included Components

Information about SCAT Based Engine / Stroker Kits Classification, Horse Power Ratings and Included Components

Information about Coast High Performance Precision Built Short Blocks including Classification, Horse Power Ratings and Included Components

Information about Coast High Performance Precision Built Long Blocks including Classification, Horse Power Ratings and Included Components

Information about Coast High Performance Precision Built Crate Motors including Classification, Horse Power Ratings and Included Components

Warranty information about Coast High Performance Short Blocks, Long Blocks and Crate Motors.

A brief explanation of the different material properties and manufacturing processes commonly used to make pistons, along with their advantages, disadvantages, and desired applications in the automotive world.

Answers to commonly asked questions and topics such as max horsepower, power adder compatibility, piston to wall clearance, deck thickness, etc.

A short article explaining the difference between these two very different manufacturing processes used to make crankshafts, along with their preferred applications, and various ways to distinguish between them.

A guide to choosing the correct connecting rod type for your application.

An in-depth look into the science behind engine balancing, the physics involved, the different types of balancing, and the advantages in doing so.

Quick reference for determining bearing clearances in an engine build.

Step-by-step guide to breaking in your new motor to maximize performance and increase its lifespan.

Step-by-step instructions for installing a Probe Industries main girdle.

A comparison of the many materials used in engine fasteners.

Table of torque specs, yield strengths, and other information for various ARP brand fasteners.

Important information about using a torque wrench to build a motor.