The guys at MTI Racing were looking to put together a Nissan GT-R engine, but first they Magnafluxed the crank and rods, and it’s a good thing they did. To ensure parts can get reused and don’t have signs of stress and cracks, magnafluxing can save you from more expensive repairs down the road.
The guys at MTI Racing were looking to put together a Nissan GT-R engine, but first they Magnafluxed the crank and rods, and it's a good thing they did. To ensure parts can get reused and don't have signs of stress and cracks, magnafluxing can save you from more expensive repairs down the road.
Striving to make 200-mph passes during Sick Week, we came away impressed by Tina Pierce and her Chevy II Nova, which features a twin-turbo 509 cubic inch big block Chevy engine. The race veteran was attending her first Sick Week and we got the details of her drag-and-drive setup in this episode of Engine of
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A Hearse isn’t your typical drag car, but that didn’t stop Jason Pickett from outfitting his 1993 Buick Roadmaster Hearse with all the necessities for the track and the street, including a twin-turbo LS3 engine. This Hearse is definitely “Haulin’ Ash” and it’s our Engine of the Week! Related Articles – CP4 Troubles? Try Fuel
Just one of only a few women competing at Sick Week this year, Tina Pierce of Tina Pierce Racing had her 1966 Chevy II Nova dialed in. Thanks to a twin-turbo 509 cid big block Chevy engine, the car ran some personal bests and nearly cracked the 200 mph mark. Check it out!
There aren’t many diesel-powered vehicles that show up to drag-and-drive events, but when they do, they’re usually awesome! Case in point is Rick Fletes’ Chevelle, which is powered by a custom-built LB7 Duramax engine. We got the details from Rick as he waited in the staging lanes for his first pass of Sick Week 2023.
We first met Brian Gawlik of Gawlik-SGRO Racing at the PennGrade1 booth during the 2022 PRI Show. We struck up a fun conversation and knew we’d be talking to Brian again soon. Brian is the owner, and driver for the Gawlik-SGRO Racing team, which competes in the Division 1 NHRA / Lucas Oil Series Top