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Video: Tri Star Engines On The Dyno And YouTube

Tri Star Engines has been supplying OE replacement engines since 1988, as well as replacement marine engines and high performance crate engines, too.

Covering the ‘big three’, from short blocks to cylinder heads, original displacement to stroker kits, they can do it all for you – and that also includes OE replacement transmissions, differentials and transfer cases.

Their OE replacement engines are built using only the highest quality components, and every engine they build is 100% pre-tested before being shipped out to the customer.

For you Ford guys, you’ll find an extensive list of OE replacement engines, from compacts through medium trucks.GM fans will find a long list of OE replacement engines up to and including the 8.1L light and medium truck motors. Mopar fans aren’t left out either, they can help you out with just about anything from the 2.0L four-bangers up to the V10, and their list includes the HEMI.

Performance junkies will also find a different list of engines: small blocks, big blocks, strokers, heads and short blocks fill out the list of some of the more popular engines that you can get from their performance section. Whether you’re seeking a mild small block for your street machine or a 600+ horsepower stroker 396 for your high performance street/strip car, they’ve got you covered.

The dyno sheet showing the 523 horsepower at 6200 rpm for a 383.

For those who want to keep their numbers-matching collector car all original, Tri Star has a program for your engine, too. They will arrange to have your engine shipped to them, and they will rebuild your engine back to OE specs, take care to ID all of your original parts and maintain any ID stampings during the rebuild process.

We were browsing around YouTube and found a few videos that Tri Star put out, and what a way to relax at the end of the day, watching a few engines on the dyno and listening to them purr. Many of these engines are their clients’ engines that they have tested and posted to their YouTube channel.

How cool is it to be able to see your own engine running for the first time on YouTube, where you can share it with friends who may not get the chance to hear it in person? If you love the hum of the engines on the dyno, or if you have some questions of your own, give Tri Star Engines a call.



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