We all know this is an industry built on word-of-mouth reputation and recommendation, and no one knows that better than Bill Ceralli of Ceralli Competition Engines. He recently had a customer come to him on a recommendation from All Pontiac to build him this all-aluminum, 535 cid Pontiac engine for drag racing. Find out how this brand new build ended up churning out more than 1,000 hp!
Cresap Automotive Machine is a well-diversified machine shop, and according to owner Dean Yatchyshyn, that means they’re not working on your run-of-the-mill 350 Chevys. Recently, the shop finished up an all-aluminum, dirt, super-late-model motor that's sure to impress. Find out the details in our latest Engine of the Week.
Fletcher Cox may have just won a Super Bowl ring as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles, but off the field he's chasing drag racing victories in NMCA and NMRA. To get to victory lane, Cox relies on the work of Anthony DiSomma and DiSomma Racing Engines. The shop recently built this 478 cid small block Ford with a few thousand horsepower to get Cox's car down the track in just 4 seconds. Find out what went into this powerful build!
With plenty of power and great reliability, this 454 cid twin-turbo LS engine keeps customers knocking at Redline Performance’s door whether they're here in the States or overseas in the Middle East. Find out what makes this 454 LS Redline's most popular engine package.
Nicknamed the Equalizer, this 383 Ford asphalt engine was designed and built by Dewaine McGunegill of McGunegill Engine Performance (MEP), not to dominate asphalt late-model racing, but to be a great option for racers. Over the years, the Equalizer has become the popular option and MEP's best-selling engine package. Find out what makes the 383 Ford tick.