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Edelbrock-Musi 555 cid Big Block Chevy

Pat Musi Racing Engines, in conjunction with Edelbrock, recently announced they’d be building a series of 555 cid big block Chevy engines, which are much more attainable than Musi’s typical drag race set ups for PDRA or NHRA. The engine, being called the Edelbrock-Musi 555, comes in three different configurations. Find out what goes into these high-horsepower engines.

Twin 5.9L Compound Turbo Cummins

No, you’re not drunk and seeing double. There’s really two 5.9L compound turbo Cummins engines in this 1970 Dodge truck built by Plowboy Diesel. Find out how this build came about and what makes it work!

1,000 HP 426 cid Hemi Engine

While Dodge got creative with its Hellcat, Demon and Hellephant engine names, MTI Racing hasn’t named this 426 cid Hemi package, but something tells us that won’t hold this engine back from being a popular option! Find out what goes into this special build.

Deck-Plated 6.7L Pro Mod Cummins

Looking to build a wet block, deck-plated 6.7L Cummins engine that was street-able and capable of lots of horsepower, 1 Way Diesel Performance started pushing the limits of what was possible. The result was this 6.7L Cummins build that got put in the shop’s ’57 Chevrolet Bel Air Pro Mod car.

1929 Duesenberg Straight-8 Engine

Having always wanted to rebuild a Duesenberg Straight-8 engine, John DeBates of Auto Machine Inc. had his wish come true recently when a customer brought him this 1929 Duesenberg engine. He said the engine looks like a Swiss watch. Find out what went into the rebuild!

Video: Engine of the Week – 436 cid Small Block Ford

Check out this special 436 cid small block Ford engine built by Domhoff Racing Engines that features a new-to-market set of cylinder heads and intake manifold from MBE Cylinder Heads and CID.

Video: Diesel of the Week – Solid Block Triple Turbo 6.7L Cummins

Nicknamed Master Shredder, this triple turbocharged 6.7L Cummins engine built by Shawn Baca of Industrial Injection Diesel Performance is one of the highest horsepower diesel’s out there today!

What is Saenz Performance?

Saenz products have helped win more than 100 championships worldwide, and with over 50 years of experience in manufacturing and 40 in the motorsports market, Saenz stands behind its products.

Triple Turbocharged 6.8L Cummins

Now on to his third engine build for his 2005 Dodge 3500, Josh McCormack set a goal of making 2,000 horsepower with this 6.8L Cummins engine designed to do everything from getting groceries to drag racing, sled pulling and dyno competitions. Find out what went into the build!

2,700+ HP 427 cid Twin-Turbo LS Engine

Pushing out more than 2,700 horsepower at the wheels, this Gen I Camaro might have one of the most powerful LS engines under its hood. The 427 cid twin-turbo LS was built by Borowski Race Engines. Find out what went into this high-horsepower race engine!

Rebuilding Ford’s 5.0L Coyote Engine

Debuting in the 2011 model year, the Coyote is a 5.0L, naturally aspirated V8 engine featuring a dual overhead cam (DOHC) design. The Coyote’s architecture was also Ford’s first implementation of its Twin Independent Variable Cam Timing (TI-VCT) technology on a V8 engine.

What to Consider for Valvetrain Selection

Valvetrain components all work in conjunction to allow air or the air/fuel mixture in and exhaust gases out of the engine, and the selection process for the proper parts can be complex.