Pro Motor Engines in Mooresville, NC and owner Dennis Borem have a rich history in NASCAR and other forms of racing. We got to visit the shop earlier this summer, and the team was wrapping up a dyno session on a newly assembled LS3 engine for TA2 racing. We got the full details of the build in this Engine of the Week!
During our week in Mooresville, NC, we couldn’t leave town before visiting Pete Harrell and his shop, Harrell Engine & Dyno. We stopped by to see what engines Pete was building, what cars he was tuning and what other cool things he was working on. He was kind enough to give us the full tour.
Cylinder heads can pretty dirty over time. They get filled with carbon and other deposits that can eventually rob your engine of airflow, fuel and power. For that reason, cleaning cylinder heads is an important thing to do on a performance engine, especially if you have a direct injection head. Danny talks about techniques for
When an engine builder is spec’ing a build for himself, it typically gets all the bells and whistles. Just check out this 598 cubic inch big block Chevy build done by Gibbons Motorsports for co-owner Jake Gibbons. We spoke with Pete Gibbons, Jake’s older brother and co-owner of the shop, about the details of this
With the SML engine fully assembled, Jason Sack visits Steve Morris Engines to help with the dyno testing and tuning, as well as fitting the new SML into the Cowboy Up Nova. Related Articles – Prestige Motorsports’ Head Hunter Cylinder Head Development – Shelby Mustang 427 cid Ford Engine – Rottler Report with Matt Hussey
With a storied race history of his own, Sandy Wilkins has taken his passion for cars and engines and turned it into his life. From race teams to Roush Yates Performance to opening Wilkins Racing Engines, he knows how to build high-horsepower engines like this 632 cubic inch big block Chevy nitrous engine for No Prep drag racing. Check it out!
The Motown II can be bored to a maximum of 4.200″ with clearance for a 4.000″ crank.
Pete and Jake Gibbons of Gibbons Motorsports are constantly cranking out high-quality engine builds. Occasionally, they get to build an engine for themselves, such as this 900 horsepower, 598 cubic inch, big block Chevy engine. Check out this naturally aspirated beast!
Bryan Neelen is the owner of Late Model Engines, an engine machine shop located in Houston, TX. The shop specializes in high performance LS and new LT engine development, all of which are machined on Rottler Manufacturing machines, including their new H85AX. Related Articles – Inside Pro Motor Engines in Mooresville, NC – One-of-One 1948