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520 cid Hemi ProCharged Pro Mod Engine

This Tim McAmis Race Cars ‘68 Pro Mod Camaro features Pro Line Racing’s 520 cid Hemi engine, fed by an F-3X-140 ProCharger. Built in May 2020, this combo only has 25 passes on it and is all you need to be competitive in any number of drag racing sanctioning bodies. It can be yours for a cool $250,000.

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Pro Line Racing in Ball Ground, GA needs little introduction. The shop is a global, top tier provider of high performance drag racing engines, parts and turnkey packages, as well as EFI software and associated tuning capabilities. Backed by some of the most talented and committed people in the industry, Pro Line Racing brings a diverse range of experience and credentials to every one of its customers. And speaking of its customers, Pro Line’s engines have helped achieve world records, event wins and championships in some of the world’s biggest stages.

One perfect example is this Tim McAmis Race Cars ‘68 Pro Mod Camaro featuring Pro Line Racing’s 520 cid Hemi engine, fed by an F-3X-140 ProCharger. Built in May 2020, this combo is all you need to be competitive in racing bodies such as NHRA, PDRA, MWDRA, NEOPM, RvW and more.

The car is currently for sale for $250,000 and only has 25 total passes on it. The car is located in Montana, but according to Pro Line, it can be delivered anywhere. The 520 cid Hemi engine features an AJPE billet block, a billet crankshaft, GRP connecting rods, Bill Miller pistons, Trend wrist pins, a custom-ground Militia tool steel camshaft, an Olson dry sump oil pan, and an RCD dry sump oil pump.

The valvetrain on this Hemi engine features AJPE MH4 cylinder heads, Jesel keyway lifters, Smith Brothers pushrods, Reid billet steel rockers with AJPE aluminum stands, and is capped with a Magnatron/PLR billet 16-injector manifold with a dual throttle body assembly.

The engine build got finished off with an FT Spark ignition, FuelTech FT600 engine management, billet Atomizer fuel injectors, an Aeromotive fuel pump, a complete centrifugal supercharger system with a ProCharger F-3X-140 and ProCharger blow-off valve.

The ’68 Camaro utilizes an M&M TH400 three-speed transmission with an M&M shifter and M&M bolt-together torque converter. The car’s chassis and body work were done by Tim McAmis Race Cars and features Kinetic/Penske suspension, Weld wheels, Lamb Components carbon brakes, a Strange floater, Strange 10˝ center and Ness 4 link brackets with big bars. The wiring was done by Homier Febrications and the paint work was done by S&D Enterprises.

The seller also has fresh air, CO2 bottles, spare parts, tools, a trans cooler, and many other race support items. Interested parties can contact Derek Menholt at 406-672-6098.

Engine of the Week is sponsored by PennGrade Motor OilElring – Das Original and Scat Crankshafts.

If you have an engine you’d like to highlight in this series, please email Engine Builder Editor, Greg Jones at [email protected].

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