Engine Technology is the Talk of the Town at SuperFlow
To think diesel-powered race cars and trucks would be competitive or even beating gas-powered cars, at one time, seemed unfathomable, but here we are. It’s a reality, and the gap in performance is getting smaller by the day.
To get an overview of Pro Mod Diesel and to dive into the inner workings of a team at the leading edge of Pro Mod Diesel competition, we spoke with Lavon Miller of Firepunk Diesel and got the details of what it has taken over the last several years to do what was previously viewed as improbable, but not impossible.
They’re the pinnacle of drag racing, and the engine builders, crew chiefs and teams who make these cars function at peak performance all season long are looking at every single area of the engine and the car to make it down the track as fast as possible.
Choosing the correct performance racing oil is essential to ensure optimal performance and longevity of your engine.
The experts all agree that cleanliness is the most important factor during installation, and the lack thereof is the most common problem that leads to bearing failure. But measuring is just as critical.
Over the years, we’ve gotten asked numerous times about connecting rod length and the impact that has on an engine’s horsepower and durability. As it turns out, this question is often overthought. It’s not so much the connecting rod length that matters as much as it is the correct piston pin height. The connecting rod
This Late Model Engines build is centered around Concept Performance’s new LTR block, which is the first aftermarket as-cast aluminum Gen V LT block.
Lead times are no longer months upon months as they were in the middle of 2020 and throughout 2021, but the situation is still of some concern, and it’s forced engine builders to get creative at times.
LS swaps are popular for many reasons, but there are a lot of variations and details to sort through – more of them than you may expect – and many of them are associated with the intake manifold.
Whether you’re scouring junkyards, ordering cores, investigating factory options, looking at aftermarket cast iron or aluminum blocks, or spending big bucks on billet LS blocks, you’ve probably noticed it’s been harder to find exactly what you want for the foundation of your LS build than it historically has.