Engine Builder Magazine’s 2021 Engine of the Year Winner - Engine Builder Magazine

Engine Builder Magazine’s 2021 Engine of the Year Winner

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Engine Builder magazine has announced its annual Engine of the Year for 2021 – a turbocharged 2.0L 4G63 Mitsubishi engine – built by Nicole and Schiller Murphy of iCraveBoost Performance in Denver, CO. The Murphy’s accepted the award at Engine Builder’s PRI Party, sponsored by Autolite, at Tin Roof in Indianapolis on December 8.

Pictured left to right: Engine Builder Editor Greg Jones, PennGrade1 rep Ken Tyger, Schiller and Nicole Murphy of iCraveBoost Performance, and PennGrade1 rep Nick Dixon.

During Engine Builder’s PRI Party, sponsored by Autolite, guests were treated to live music from Pom Teddy, food and drink, goodie bags and Autolite Annie pint glasses – but the big winners were the award honorees.

For the fifth consecutive year, Engine Builder magazine presented its Engine of the Year award, which stems from the Engine of the Week series, sponsored by PennGrade1, Elring & Scat Crankshafts. Out of the more than 50 engines profiled in the series each year, a Top 10 engines are chosen by Engine Builder’s readers and social media audience for a chance to be crowned Engine of the Year.

The nominees for 2021 were:

These Top 10 engines were pitted against one another in a two-week voting contest on Engine Builder’s website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages, with the winner claiming the crown of Engine of the Year.

iCraveBoost Performance’s turbocharged 2.0L 4G63 Mitsubishi engine, named Engine Builder’s 2021 Engine of the Year sponsored by PennGrade1, Elring & Scat Crankshafts.

In the end, after roughly 1,000 votes, iCraveBoost Performance’s turbocharged 2.0L 4G63 Mitsubishi engine came out on top! For more details on the 2021 Engine of the Year, click here.

If you’re interested in being part of the 2022 Engine of the Week series, please email content director Greg Jones at [email protected].

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