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Prestige Motorsports thrives on passion, personalization, and power. Our services include custom built stroker engines, performance upgrades for all types of vehicles, and car building and restoration services.
We understand every product, and we know exactly what makes it work. Our turn-key packages are built from years of testing and installation, and they’re designed as building blocks for our services. But no matter your needs, we’re ready to turn your dreams into reality.
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Turn-key engine package includes base engine, fuel delivery, ignition, and pulleys. Additional turn-key package options include Transmission Package, Cooling System Package, and Fuel Supply Package.
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This week on Hardcore Tech, we port-match the Holley Hi-Ram intake manifold on our 600 HP, 427 Small Block Ford and test the gains. This engine is based off the 351 Windsor and utilizes a Dart SHP block and AFR 220cc Renegade competition ported cylinder heads. We added the cast aluminum Holley Hi-Ram manifold base and capped that off with a dual 4150 top, and two Holley Track Warrior 650cfm carbs.
There are several scenarios that would require you to upgrade an existing fuel system. An engine upgrade is a logical situation. If you are installing a new engine that is packing a bunch more horses under the hood, then you better make sure you have enough fuel supply to quench their thirst. That includes looking at feed and return line size in addition to pump capacity. A common scenario today is when converting from a carburetor to fuel injection. Carburetors use a low-pressure fuel supply. This is typically in the 6 to 8-psi range. Fuel injection requires a high-pressure fuel supply of 40 to 60-psi and even higher for boosted applications. An electric pump and high-pressure regulator are required for electronic fuel injection (EFI).