Nicole Murphy of iCraveBoost Performance - Engine Builder Magazine

Nicole Murphy of iCraveBoost Performance

Nicole Murphy is a co-owner of iCraveBoost Performance located in Denver, CO, where she is the primary engine builder for the Japanese platforms the shop is focused on. We sat down with her one-on-one to hear how she got into this industry and what she loves most about engine building.

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