This page contains pictures and descriptions of the engine
The engine runs good and maxes out at 100 horespower at 4,600 RPM
The max torque is 130 lbs./ft. at 2,600 RPM.
The engine is bored out to 3.78 and stroked to 3.13
The compression ratio is 9.2:1

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Picture of the master cylinder
In this picture it shows the Master Cylinder which is what controls your brakes, the silver tubes coming out of the brake fluid reservoir carry the brake fluid to the brakes.
Picture of the air intake In This picture it shows most of the air intake system.  Air gets sucked through the air filter, through the mass air flow sensor then through the air intake tube.  Then that air combusts with the gas and that's how you get power.
Picture of the rest of the air intake The air gets sucked through the through the air intake into the engine. The black cover to the left of the intake covers the throttle cable. As you can see I have labeled the radiator hose, the runs into what is called the water pump, the water pump sucks the radiator fluid through the engine.
Picture of the coil packs and clutch fliud
The coil packs are where all the spark plug wires run into. The hydraulic clutch fluid is held in that little container, a black hose runs from the bottom of that down to the transmission
Picture of the alternator and radiator cap
Shown is the Alternator and the Radiator Cap. Never open the radiator cap after the engine has been running for more that 10 minutes.
Picture of the header
This shows the header, which is the first part of the exhaust system. The air travels through the header, then into the catalic converter which helps with emmission and pollution, then it travels into the muffler, which deadens the sound so it is not real loud.

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