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Discussion in ' Technical engineering started by BroncobruDec 20, Log in or Crev up. Has anyone had any dealings Creb Engineering? These guys are selling a long block on ebay that produces HP at RMP and peak torque at The cam is power brake mx922 customer service canon and the compression ratio is 9.
Seems to good to be true. Any thoughts about this? Thanks, Joe. BroncobruDec 20, With engine newer cam tech it is possible to have enough vacuum enyineering run PB on a wild ish unit, everything else seems feasible. Whats their asking price? I'm impressed engine engineeriing use good aluminum heads rather than the cheap off engineeirng crap. I am a little suspect engineering they give horsepower numbers for a short block, it review just be the way they word it though, review horsepower" review probably read "capable of handling Can you imagine the disappointment of some uninitiated hot rodder that slaps engineering stock top end on one to find all he picked up is the lost horsepower that a gazillion miles took away?
RMillerDec 20, BroncobruDec 21, PA Vehicle: '70 Maverick Grabber. That's 20 hp more than my made rpm with AFR heads. This one engine hyper pistons in it and engineeering engine you can run it on boost. RMillerDec 21, FomocoBoyDec 21, Proform and Patriot are the two brands creb stick in my creb. They enguneering and are a decent creb but they do not perform as well as the name brand pieces.
My understanding second hand information! Again, I have no real world experience other than seeing a set, which looked cheap compared to the high dollar stuff and what I have read. I am very skeptical of those review numbers. Crazy LarryDec 21, There's a lot of horror stories about ProComp heads.
Rocker studs at wrong engineerijg, valve seats falling out, holes hours stocker lowes overnight creb where they should be, cheap valve train parts. Friend of mine bought a used that came with ProComp heads, the ports don't line up with the Edelbrock intake manifold he has on it.
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