On this episode of LinCo Lessons, Jeff McCord shows you how to remove the annoying RTV silicone sealer off of hardware.
After speaking with Kaylynn Simmons a couple years ago, we found out there are only a few women who work on the pit crews of the NHRA teams. One of those few other women is Johnna Dunn, a clutch specialist for Jim Dunn Racing. It's a family affair for Johnna, who works alongside many family members, including her grandfather and team owner Jim Dunn. She has aspirations to do more driving and learn more about the drag cars she works on.
We stopped into Terry’s Machine Shop in Bridgeton, MO during a recent visit to the St. Louis area. we met with shop owner Todd Gilliam, who treated us to a shop tour and was kind enough to give us a rundown of this small block Chevy circle track engine he had just finished up for
We recently got access to go inside Callies Performance Products‘ Fostoria, OH facility and speak with owner Rick Norton and his son Heath Norton, up close and personal. What we got was the story of how Callies came to be a leading manufacturer of engine components, and where the company is going next. Related Articles
We got a set of Cometic Gasket’s MLX head gaskets for a small block Ford build we’re doing. Our head gaskets are a standard layout Ford head gasket with a .040″-.044″ thickness and designed to fit a 4.125″ bore. The difference between an MLS and Cometic’s MLX gasket, which stands for Multi-Layer-Xtreme, is an extra
Now that Chris has checked all our specs, we begin to assemble the bottom end components of our small block Ford such as the rotating assembly, main and rod bearings and the camshaft. Next episode, we will be getting into our cylinder head assembly and more of the valvetrain components. Related Articles – Colin Jost’s
Jeff McCord of LinCo Diesel Performance recently put together this unique 5.9L Cummins engine that will be the powerplant for a 1965 Mercedes Unimog utility truck. Check it out!
Like many before him, Bryan Woitas got bit by the diesel bug after experimenting with some mild power-adders on his daily driver. Years later, he has a 1,000-horsepower LB7 Duramax to show off!
Not only does this 1954 Chevrolet 3100 house a hefty 6.6L LBZ Duramax engine, it boasts a quad-turbo setup and enough piping to blow your mind! Check it out!
Josh McCormack is no stranger to high-horsepower Cummins builds – this engine was built in-house at his shop Wide Open Throttle Motorsports and makes nearly 2,200 horsepower on nitrous. Check it out!