The 393 is another stroker combination, that uses a slightly longer 3.850" stroke for more displacement and low-end torque. Compression ratios ranging from low to high make this a versatile setup, available in a variety of performance levels.
This is the most robust stroker combination available, using a 4.000" stroke to arrive at 408 cubic inches. Due to the long stroke this combo makes monster torque, although at the expense of top-end RPM. Regardless it is still a great setup for street/strip applications where the RPM aren't extremely high to begin with. Applications range from low to medium compression making this a fantastic choice when paired with a supercharger!
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.
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.
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 available, making it great in many configurations.