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Engine Builder Magazine Updates its Website


Engine Builder magazine is proud to announce it has launched its redesigned website.

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Featuring an updated look for the news and products sections of the website, the launch was scheduled to coincide between the industry’s top engine building and performance tradeshows that occur in late fall.

The website is a true resource for engine builders and performance engine builders, and encapsulates not only content featured in the print magazine, but the latest news, products, videos, shop profiles, technical articles and tips from the engine building industry. The site’s redesigned layout provides for larger photos and easy-to-view sections, including the Tech Center, Management, Events and Gallery section.

“The website boasts a modern, colorful design that’s not only pleasing to the viewer, but is full of the technical content that’s necessary for shops to stay profitable today and into the future,” said Doug Kaufman, publisher. “Our staff continues to regularly update the site to bring our visitors fresh content that serves all segments of 
the engine aftermarket, from passenger car and light truck to performance, racing and heavy-duty diesel.”

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The website offers various special features, including the online versions of the Engine Builder Stock Gas/Diesel Buyers Guide and the High Performance Buyer’s Guide, links to past digital editions of the monthly magazine and an updated Search function. The site also features a section of popular website posts, a weekly newsletter subscription form and icons to link to Engine Builder’s social media venues.


Founded in 1964, Engine Builder magazine, a Babcox Media property, (www.babcox.com) began its online presence in the industry in 1996 with its first version of a website.

Over the past 17 years, the site has archived hundreds of popular and printable online technical articles and features that are still relevant today.

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