When Tim Eichorn was approached by Horsepower Wars about participating in the LS vs. Coyote Shootout for a chance to show the world what a Ford Coyote engine can do, there was no way he was about to say no to the opportunity. His shop, MPR Racing Engines, grabbed a junkyard F-150 core motor and squeezed every ounce out of their allotted $15,000 budget to create a beast of an engine. Find out how the build came together and how it performed!
Adam Cofer and the folks at Salina Engine focus on race engine builds, specifically engines like this ASCS 360 Sprint Car engine. The intent of this build was to attempt to curb the cost of 360 Sprint Car engines while still delivering a very competitive package. Find out how this engine came together and how it does on the track!
Noonan Race Engineering's 4.9˝ Billet Hemi Big Dawg engine starts out as an 815 lb. chunk of solid aluminum. From there, it gets machined into a piece of masterful engineering fit for drag racing applications. Find out how this beast of an engine comes to fruition!
Starting out with just an LS7 block, Halston Harrist's customer quickly wanted to make big power. H-Squared Racing Engines converted to a GM Performance Bow Tie LSX block and from there, the shop kept stepping it up. Every time Halston rebuilt it, the customer got nicer parts. Find out what went into this 431 cid LSX engine and the crazy amount of horsepower it's capable of!