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1,000-HP 5.9L Cummins Engine

There aren’t many things more special than fixing up a classic car or truck. And there’s nothing more badass than souping up that vehicle with new technology and more horsepower – as long as it doesn’t take away too much

700-Horsepower 6.0L Ford Powerstroke Engine

Having grown up in forestry, Steve Hart and his family were always working on their own vehicles and skidders in order to keep operations going day-to-day. Ever since Steve could walk, he would join his father and help him repair

Compound Turbo 6.4L Powerstroke Engine

Diesel of the Week is presented by If you’ve been following our content for a little while, you’ve probably seen the name Jared Alderson pop up a few times, and for good reason. Jared has built his diesel shop, Kill


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Engine Education and Training in 2021

We often hear from shops looking to hire new employees. They want young guns who are eager to work and have experience. Many of these same shops say there isn’t enough good talent coming out of technical schools and that

Hiring and Retaining Engine Shop Employees

You never know when you’ll be in the market for a new employee. You may be fully staffed right now, but what if you were to expand your shop, offer additional services, or need the extra manpower to handle the

Customer Service in a Crisis

The world is collectively trying to manage a health crisis, and families and businesses are suffering. Quality customer service has never been more important to your business. Your customers need to feel taken care of, now more than ever.  

HP Academy Teaches EFI Online

With the ongoing COVID-19 situation, classrooms, as we know them, are not in session. You can’t physically distance in a small class in real life, but you can online. Virtual learning is now the new norm across the country. The


Should Driving Be Outlawed by 2050?

As I’m sure many of you are seeing more of lately, a ton of “news” and predictions are constantly swirling about electric vehicles and autonomous vehicles taking over the new-car landscape. It’s all 2025 this or 2030 that or such

Male or Female – Passion Fuels Our Industry

No matter who you are in this industry, we all share one thing in common when it comes to motorsports – passion. We all have passion for cars, trucks, motorcycles, off-road vehicles, various forms of racing, performance, engines, and so

Ed Iskenderian Celebrates 100

You may or may not remember that Babcox Media, Engine Builder’s parent company, celebrated its 100-year anniversary in 2020. Unfortunately, any plans we had to celebrate the occasion were squashed by the pandemic. Regardless, the feat is certainly one well-worth

Start with Engine Basics

This column is for the young folks out there who believe they have passion for automotive performance. You see the people in this industry and you really want to get involved. I get a lot of calls and emails from


Mario Andretti Joins Tire Review’s Johnny g & Friends Podcast

With more than 50 years in the tire industry, John Gamauf, a retired Bridgestone-Firestone executive, has stories you won’t believe. He’s busted tires, survived the largest tire recall in history, traveled the world and made plenty of friends along the way. His friends in the aftermarket call him “Johnny g.”...

Sit Down with Lake Speed Jr. of Total Seal Piston Rings

Total Seal Piston Rings’ Lake Speed Jr. came to Akron, OH toward the end of 2020, and Engine Builder took the opportunity to sit down with him to discuss his new position at Total Seal, how his background in tribology has translated to rings, and what he sees happening in...

Industry Insiders – Leah Pruett, Don Schumacher Racing

We caught up with Leah Pruett at the 2019 SEMA Show to talk about her path to becoming a driver in the upper echelon of drag racing and what keeps her motivated to be the best driver out there – male or female.

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