Engine Builder sat down with Melissa Scoles, president of QA1, to talk about what the high-performance suspension and driveline company has been up to in recent years, including a brand new headquarters.
This hot rod isn’t flashy, but it certainly earns points for cool factor. Dubbed the “Organ Grinder,” this 1930 Ford Model A has a 454 big block Chevy stuffed between the frame rails. Check it out!
After watching Reggie Moore pop wheelies off the line during Sick Week, we had to know what he had in his 1930 Ford Model A hot rod… check out this 454 big block.
As a Chrysler guy, Bob Hess always wanted to put a Gen III Hemi into a Ford. When he got this 1982 Mustang as a roller, he worked alongside Big 3 Racing to turn it into a formidable drag car and street car. Check out what makes this Hemi special!
We couldn’t just walk past this gorgeous 1982 Ford Mustang without taking a few extra looks at it, and upon closer inspection, we found out it has a Gen III Hemi engine stuffed inside. Turns out owner Bob Hess is a Chrysler guy and has always wanted to put a Hemi in a Ford, so
There’s nothing more satisfying than a good turbo system…
Everyone needs more space, especially overcrowded engine shops.
After keeping his 1993 wagon stashed away for the past nine years, when Steve Morris of Steve Morris Engines was ready to race again, he knew the wagon needed something special. Steve gave it a full Pro Mod chassis and one of his twin-turbo 572 cid SMX engine setups! Check out this awesome billet engine!
As many of you know, under higher combustion pressure, having your cylinder head(s) effectively clamp down the block surface is absolutely critical. Therefore, choosing a brand of head stud that you trust to get the job done is just as important.
The secret sauce for getting everything you can out of your engine lies in the fuel system. It’s the heart of a diesel. Make more air, need more fuel, and you make more power.
After not having raced his wagon for more than 9 years, Steve Morris of Steve Morris Engines used Sick Week as the excuse to get the wagon back out on the track. The Pro Mod chassis car is equipped with Steve’s own 572 cid SMX engine and twin 98mm turbos!
First things first, I’m not referring to a fist fight, but I’m sure most of this crowd could hold their own. Rather, I’m referring to a new drag race event called Builder’s Brawl.