Machine work and sleeving has been completed on Jason Sack’s SML engine. Now Steve and his crew at Steve Morris Engines gets the engine assembled. Related Articles – Jason Sack’s Cowboy Up Nova Gets Steve Morris Engine’s SML – Part 1 – A Better Way to Remove Valve Springs – Naturally Aspirated USAC Midget Honda
Jason Sack’s Cowboy Up Nova was already a formidable drag-and-drive streetcar capable of 200 mph 7-second quarter mile ETs and 2,200 horsepower. However, the quest for more power and performance is never done, and that’s where Steve Morris Engines comes in and the new SML engine platform. Watch as Steve readies an SML for Jason’s
Danny Soliz of Hill Country Performance & Machine has a lot of tricks up his sleeve to make engine work a little easier. He’s great at working smarter not harder, and in this latest video he shows you a great way to remove valve springs and keep some of those valvetrain components organized. Related Articles
We were recently in Danville, IN to visit 4 Piston Racing, a premier performance Honda engine shop, and co-owner Luke Wilson. During our visit, we got to see a ton of cool things in various stages of completion, but one of the standout builds was this naturally aspirated USAC Midget Honda engine that had just
We recently visited Charlotte, NC to check out a few engine shops in the area, and one of the first was Prestige Motorsports. This engine machine shop also does a ton of car work too, and just finished upgrades to a 427 cid Ford engine for a 1968 Shelby Mustang. Check it out!
This one-of-one Panozster we saw at the Cleveland Auto-Aviation Museum features a number of unique traits that make it a truly special roadster, including its 427 cubic inch Ford Windsor V8 engine! Check it out.
Options are available to accommodate a wide variety of engine, power-adder and vehicle setups while retaining streetability.
Every year, there’s hundreds of diesel trucks at the Ultimate Callout Challenge. As expected, most feature 6.7L Cummins engines, but that’s what makes seeing a Powerstroke build that much more special – let alone a 7.3L. We were able to find one built and owned by Corey Hurtts of CNC Fabrication. Check it out!