With more than 1,000 dyno-verified, rear-wheel horsepower, you know this monster has some steam. Competition Machine (Plano, Texas) helped Will put this thing together. It consists of a 351 Windsor block that now displaces 396 ci thanks to a stroker Scat crank and longer Eagle rods swinging 8.8:1 SRP pistons with Childs & Albert rings. The heads are old-school, Trick Flow cast-iron units that have been worked over by someone whom Will couldn't remember (darned street racers!). He did say the heads hold 2.08-inch intake and 1.60-exhaust valves and are worked by a custom Precision camshaft and 1.6 Harland Sharp rocker arms. The intake is a ported Victor Jr. unit that utilizes a 90mm Accufab throttle body to control the action of the 91mm Precision Turbo turbocharger and Fabtech intercooler. Fabtech did up the turbocharger kit, which can make well over 30 psi of boost.