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Naturally Aspirated 709 cid All-Billet Hemi Engine

James “Doc” McEntire’s 1968 Chevy Camaro nicknamed “See Red” features a 709 cubic inch all-billet Hemi engine built by Goodwin Competition, which competes in the naturally aspirated class of drag-and-drive events across the country. It’s a naturally aspirated car in a power adder world, but that’s not stopping Doc from his winning ways. Check out this awesome engine!

James McEntire’s NA 709 cid Hemi Engine

We caught up with James McEntire during our time at Sick Week to learn more about his “See Red” Camaro and it’s Naturally Aspirated 709 cid Hemi engine built by Goodwin Competition.

Nicole Murphy of iCraveBoost Performance

Nicole Murphy is a co-owner of iCraveBoost Performance located in Denver, CO, where she is the primary engine builder for the Japanese platforms the shop is focused on. We sat down with her one-on-one to hear how she got into this industry and what she loves most about engine building.

Twin-Turbo 496 Big Block Chevy Milk Truck

When’s the last time you saw a milk truck driving around? Regardless, you’ve likely never seen a 10-second milk truck like Mark Cryer’s patina’d 1963 Divco with a twin-turbo 496 big block Chevy engine in it! Check it out!

’63 Milk Truck with a 496 Big Block Chevy

It’s rare you see a milk truck in any capacity today, let alone a patina’d 1963 Divco capable of 10-second passes at a drag strip. Mark Cryer and his team revamped a 1963 Divco milk truck, popped in a twin-turbo 496 big block Chevy engine, and have been leaving people amazed ever since. Check out

Ultimate Callout Challenge 2022 Preview

The biggest diesel competition event of the year is less than three months away; read more to learn what changes are happening this year and how the diesel world is preparing!

Ultimate Callout Challenge
Blown 598 Big Block Chevy Engine

Royce Payton’s 1965 GT350 Mustang is one of those cars that actually looks as good as it sounds and sounds as good as it looks. That’s in large part thanks to its blown 598 big block Chevy engine. Check it out!

Passion Runs Deep

Having had the distinct opportunity to view this industry from my chair as editor of Engine Builder has certainly opened my eyes to a lot of great things this industry has going for it. However, my favorite thing about it – hands down – is the passion. Whether it’s passion for covering the industry (as

’65 Mustang with a Blown 598 Big Block Chevy Engine

During day 1 of Sick Week 2022, we saw Royce Payton’s 1965 Mustang with a blown 598 big block Chevy engine dominating the front half of the car. It looked amazing, sounded even better, and ran like hell, so we got the scoop for an Engine of the Week.

One-on-One with Tom Bailey

During this first-ever Sick Week, Engine Builder was fortunate to grab some time with the event founder and promoter Tom Bailey to discuss the week in Florida and his thoughts on the exploding drag-and-drive community.

Tom Bailey
Sick Week 2022: The Hardest Vacation You’ll Ever Take

The first ever ‘Sick Week’ was a phenomenal event, with enthusiasts and pros from all over the country coming together to show off their rides and burn some rubber!

Sick Week
Supercharged 427 Dart SHP Engine

Addicted to a need for speed, Felicia Smith has spent the past six years building up her 2009 Cadillac CTS-V nicknamed Rocket into a certified race machine. That’s largely thanks to a supercharged 427 cubic inch engine under the hood! See her burnout on the track!