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Verne Schumann has been around racing since the mid-‘50s. He knows a thing or two about the industry and so does his business, Schumann’s Sales...

In the world of competitive eating, Joey Chestnut stands recognized as the champion hot dog consumer - last July, he set the world record by...

Every engine builder knows the importance of using not only high-quality motor oil in an engine, but also an oil that...

The first test drive of the Shelby Cobra...

Piston Ring Gapping Tip Some of you may know this ring end gapping tip, but I have never seen it anywhere. Not even in ring package instructions. This has to do with checking the flimsy oil rail...

Changes from the 5.9L to the 6.7L Engine When you think about a Dodge truck, what is the first thing that comes to mind? I will give you a hint: Cummins. Dodge introduced the B-series Cummins...

Pushrod engines new and old are still a hot topic. Overhead cams have been used in many European and Asian engines for years, so when Ford opted to go the overhead cam route with their...

Authors of Shop Solutions published in each issue of Engine Builder Magazine are awarded a prepaid $100 Visa gift card. Shop Solutions may also be submitted to shopsolutions@enginebuildermag.com. Cylinder Sleeve Flange Failures May Go Unnoticed Cylinder...

The more things change, the more they stay the same As we entered into the new millennium, the industry had an optimistic, yet cautious outlook as to what the future held for the production engine...

Rebuilding Diesel Engines to Run on Natural Gas Engine builders often get requests to convert a stock engine into a performance powerplant. Or to take a modest diesel tractor engine rated at 2,200 horsepower and...

Hold on, because some industry experts predict a bumpy ride ahead By Dave Sutton In 11 years – 2025 – the industry will still exist, but might be as much as 50 percent smaller, with fewer...

The future always seemed so far away for some reason. You had cartoons featuring flying cars and movies about aliens and galaxies far, far away. But now, well, the “future” we all thought was so...