Resistive transition measurements are reported for MgB2 strands with SiC dopants. The starting Mg powders were 325 mesh 99.9% pure, and the B powders were amorphous, 99.9% pure, and at a typical size of 1–2 µm. The SiC was added as 10 mol % of SiC to 90 mol % of binary MgB2 fsMgB2d0.9sSiCd0.1g. Three different SiC powders were used; the average particle sizes were 200 nm, 30 nm, and 15 nm. The strands were heat treated for times ranging from 5 to 30 min at temperatures from 675 °C to 900 °C. Strands with 200 nm size SiC additions had m0Hirr and Bc2 which maximized at 25.4 T and 29.7 T after heating at 800 °C for 30 min. The highest values were seen for a strand with 15 nm SiC heated at 725 °C for 30 min which had a m0Hirr of 29 T and a Bc2 higher than 33 T.