Hi All, I’ve been building a new 408 stroker for my Barracuda over the past month (very slowly since I only have a few hours per weekend to work on it). I thought I should probably throw a post in here about it. It should be faster than the 410 that blew up 3 years ago (it ran a best of 10.5 @ 126mph, but usually ran 10.7’s)…I’m shooting for 10.4 on a regular basis…and MAYBE a 10.1 on a cool fall evening. Here is what I’m building: · 360 block (all the usual prep) · Scat forged 4” crank · Scat I-beams · Icon forged pistons with Total Seal file fit rings (~13:1 compression) · Howards direct lube lifters · Hughes 264/268 @ 0.05 solid cam, PAC springs · My old Edelbrocks, stage II ported from Ryan Johnson @ ShadyDell · Victor intake · Home built e85 carb (750 ish dp) This will be in my same car as before (727, 4.10 gears, mufflers, etc.), and street driven/bracket raced as before. Even at my ridiculously slow pace, I should have this done and in the car by June…only missing the first 4 races of the season. I’ll upload pictures soon.