Engine of the Week December 2020 Recap - Engine Builder Magazine

Engine of the Week December 2020 Recap

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In this recap of December’s performance engines, we take a look at a Whipple-supercharged 388 cid LS7 engine built by Mad Cap Racing Engines; a twin-turbo 427 LSX engine built by Niemcewicz Racing; a 1970s LT1 engine built by 955 Automotive; and a methanol-injected, 427 cid Small Block Ford engine built by Hartwig Performance Engines, LLC.

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