As OEMs continue to face pressure for better fuel economy, the recommended oil in vehicles continues to move toward lower viscosities. However, are those lower viscosities better for your engine? We discuss the differences in oil viscosity and how it helps your engine in this episode of AMSOIL Garage.
Stopping into Wilkins Racing Engines in Mooresville, NC was one of our favorite stops during our Charlotte trip earlier in 2023. Owner Sandy Wilkins showed us around his machine shop and gave us the details of a few engine builds like this Comp Eliminator 347 cid small block Chevy. It’s our Engine of the Week!
We recently sat down with Ryan Hamilton and Phil Data of SBI, as well as D&J Precision Machine owner Drew Pumphrey to talk about everything valves – problem areas, materials, sizes, angles, valve jobs, seats, and even springs. Check out this latest Intellectual Horsepower episode brought to you by SBI. Related Articles – Clay Millican’s
During this past summer’s Ultimate Callout Challenge, we came across CNC Fabrication’s booth and got the chance to speak with owner Corey Hurtt about his business and the brand-new 7.3L Powerstroke engine they built. The engine was just finished at the time, but Corey had plans to eventually run the truck in the ODSS 5.90
Pete Harrell of Harrell Engine & Dyno in Mooresville, NC specializes in forced induction builds and “polishing turds,” as he likes to put it. He got this build extra polished, as it features a 540 cubic inch billet aluminum big block Chevy block for drag-and-drive events. Hear what else went into the build directly from
Engine Builder magazine has announced the three winners of its 2023 America’s Best Engine Shops contest, sponsored by The ArmaKleen Company and Safety-Kleen. The three winners, Noonan Race Engineering (Race), Warren Diesel Injection (Diesel) and 955 Automotive (Vintage), accepted their awards during Engine Builder’s PRI Party, sponsored by The ArmaKleen Company and Safety-Kleen, at Tin
These valves were meticulously crafted to meet the demands of high-performance racing applications.
If you’re looking for a tried and proven big block Chevy combo that can make 150 passes without damage – look no further than this 632 cid big block Chevy nitrous build done by Pat Musi of Musi Racing Engines. It’ll deliver 1,250 horsepower NA all day long!
Utilizing a unique block, a particular cylinder head and manifold combination and some parts from an old Pro Stock truck engine, Sandy Wilkins of Wilkins Racing Engines built his customer a 347 cid small block Chevy engine for Comp Eliminator that should make 2.88 horsepower per cubic inch! Check it out!