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Episode 1: Insane Engine Moments – Stolen Horsepower

As an engine builder, you never know what each day may bring. It’s always something different. However, Charlie Buck Jr., owner of Buck Racing Engines in King, NC, wasn’t expecting this!

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Episode 2: Insane Engine Moments – Dyno Fire

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