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We caught up with Brett LaSala of Real Street Performance and MSR Racing at Sick Week 2023 to get the details of his Mustang nicknamed Snot Rocket and its twin-turbo 5.0L Coyote engine built by Fast Forward Race Engines. He had just run a PR of 6.52 at 212 mph and then went on to
We caught up with Brett LaSala of Real Street Performance and MSR Racing at Sick Week 2023 to get the details of his Mustang nicknamed Snot Rocket and its twin-turbo 5.0L Coyote engine built by Fast Forward Race Engines. He had just run a PR of 6.52 at 212 mph and then went on to place 3rd overall and win the Modified class. It's our Engine of the Week.
At Lights Out 14, Ryan Milliken of Hardway Performance put on a show and demonstrated how far diesel performance has come in recent years. Making it to the semi-finals against some of the country’s fastest cars, Ryan’s ’69 Nova sports a turbocharged 6.8L Cummins engine built by Fleece Performance & Freedom Racing Engines. Capable of
To give our small block Ford build some extra horsepower, torque and wow factor, we opted to go with TorqStorm’s twin supercharger kit. Check out our review of this boost option. Related Articles – David Pilgrim’s Dual Compound-Turbocharged 6.6L LBZ Duramax Engine – EB Takeover: New Performance Automotive – Reviewing Cloyes’ Race Billet True Roller
GODZILLA!!!!! We stopped by the Fluidampr booth at the 2022 PRI Show to say hi and found Paul Svinicki of Paul’s High Performance hanging out, along with his nitrous-powered Ford 7.3L Godzilla engine that runs in his 2010 Cobra Jet Ford Mustang. This 1,100-horsepower Godzilla is our Engine of the Week. Related Articles – Block
Steve and the guys previously walked through decking and boring a block on the new Rottler F69A machining center. Now, they walk through lifter bores and receiver grooves. Related Articles – Steve Morris Engines Gets a Massive Delivery! – Bullet Racing Engines’ Supercharged 526 4.900″ Chevy/Hemi Engine – Cleaning with Dry Ice? Cold Jet’s Kevin
Proof that cars from the ’70s were awesome is Steve Groenink’s 1973 Toyota Celica. Saved from a farmer’s field, this Celica features a turbocharged 388 cid LS engine capable of 6-second passes. Check it out!
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Earl Schexnayder of Schexnayder Racing is a Ford guy through and through. As such, he has been entering drag-and-drive events with his 2000 Cobra Mustang and a twin-turbo 429 Ford Boss engine since 2011. Check out what makes this Ford combo a sweet one!
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