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428 Ford FE Stroker

After finding suspicious workmanship on this Ford FE Stroker done at a shop in America, Chris Morus of Elite Engine Building in Victoria, Australia was given the engine to do the job right. See what went into this FE Stroker build!

New Year’s Resolution

It’s crazy to think that 2021 is coming to a close. The days and weeks in a year always feel long, but the months and the year itself, absolutely fly by. It’s strange how that always is the case. There’s no stopping Father Time as they say! All we can do is forge ahead and

427 LSX Twin Turbo Engine

We’ve now covered a couple of engine builds done by Ramiro Ramirez of Fat Boys Racing Engines, and each one gets better than the last. He’s already showcased a 502 LS and a forced induction LSX build. His latest creation is this 427 LSX twin-turbo engine built for a street/strip application.

Engine Builder Magazine’s 2021 Diesel of the Year Winner

Engine Builder magazine has announced its annual Diesel of the Year winning engine – a sleeved and turbocharged 6.7L Cummins – built by McCoy Black of MB Diesel Performance in Gold Hill, NC. Members of MB Diesel Performance accepted the Diesel of the Year award at Engine Builder’s PRI Party, sponsored by Autolite, at Tin

Engine Builder Magazine’s 2021 Engine of the Year Winner

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. During

Engine Builder Magazine’s 2021 America’s Best Engine Shop Winners

Engine Builder magazine has announced the three winners of its 2021 America’s Best Engine Shops contest, sponsored by Autolite. The three winners, Moran Motorsports (Race), LinCo Diesel Performance (Diesel) and Workshop 5001 (Vintage), accepted their awards during Engine Builder’s PRI Party, sponsored by Autolite, at Tin Roof in Indianapolis on December 8. Engine Builder magazine

Turbocharged VP44 5.9L Cummins Engine

Jared Rectenbaugh caught our attention when he messaged us that he was rebuilding this VP44 5.9L Cummins engine for more horsepower. Looking to build a daily driver/street sleeper, he got machine work from KDD as well as a laundry list of quality components. Find out what went into the new build!

Four Cylinder Lycoming O-360-C4P Aircraft Engine

As one of the only aircraft engine shops in the country that does all of its own machine work, assembly work and testing in-house, Airworx Aviation only focuses on the heartbeat of the airplane. The shop recently finished an overhaul on this four cylinder Lycoming O-360-C4P engine for a Piper Super Cub. Check it out!

Supercharged 427 cid LS7 Drift Engine

With just 200 examples here in the U.S., the Nissan Skyline R34 is arguably one of the more desirable sports cars out there. Yufeng Luo of Y Motorsport used it to build a professional drift car complete with a supercharged and nitrous-boosted LS7 engine built by Ken Duttweiler.

Turbocharged & Nitrous-Boosted 6.7L Cummins Engine

Looking for a badass street/strip truck, a customer recently chose LinCo Diesel Performance to do the engine, transmission and truck work. The result was this 6.7L Cummins build that goes a few steps beyond what LDP regularly churns out. Find out what went into the build.

Motorcycle Engine Bearings

Since motorcycle bearings are smaller than automotive, the oil clearance is smaller too. In order to achieve optimal conditions of hydrodynamic lubrication, the absolute tolerance of the oil clearance should be tighter than that of bigger automotive bearings.

Motorcycle Bearings
Offshore Boat Engines

While not impossible to build, offshore marine engines are not the easiest to build either, so it takes a skilled and experienced engine builder to churn out the power levels most customers desire.

Race Boat