JE Pistons Unveils Masters of Motors Competition - Engine Builder Magazine

JE Pistons Unveils Masters of Motors Competition

Beginning at the 2018 SEMA and PRI shows, JE Pistons will be recognizing engine builders’ hard work, creativity and commitment to combustion with a new competition dubbed Masters of Motors.

Beginning at the 2018 SEMA and PRI shows, JE Pistons will be recognizing engine builders’ hard work, creativity and commitment to combustion with a new competition dubbed Masters of Motors. Judged by industry experts David Freiburger, Brian Lohnes, Steve Brulé, and Mike Kojima, the competition will pit the top engines of SEMA and PRI against each other on the grounds of creativity, style, engineering, as well as several other facets.

2018 Masters of Motors SEMA and PRI Classes

  • Engine-uity Award (overall winner – 80-pound billet trophy)
  • Sport Compact 
  • European
  • Domestic
  • Race Engine
  • Nostalgia
  • Power Adder

The Master of Motors winner will receive the coveted, billet “Engine-uity” trophy as well as $4,500 in product certificates from supporting manufacturers. All class winners will receive a $1,000 JE Pistons product certificate to be used on any set of JE pistons, rings, or JE Pro Seal gaskets.

Judging for Masters of Motors (SEMA) will begin on Tuesday October 30th and competitors are encouraged to register online to let judges know where to find their engines. The crowning of the inaugural Masters of Motors champion will take place on October 31st at JE Pistons SEMA booth 22657, 11:00am PST.

Click HERE to Sign up for Masters of Motors 

For more information: www.MastersofMotors.com and/or www.jepistons.com

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