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600 HP Turbocharged M20B30 BMW Engine

When Yves Decan bought an e21 320 project car, the BMW fanatic in him took over. The owner of Munich Icons brought this classic BMW back to life, complete with a turbocharged M20B30 engine rebuild capable of 600 hp! Find out what went into the build!

2005 6.0L Powerstroke Engine

Roughly 10 years ago, both Jason Loeliger and Mark Fuenzalida were both in a rut and looking to do something new in the industry. The longtime friends joined forces to start Devil Mountain Diesel and have been doing diesel repair and engine work ever since. The shop recently did an overhaul on this 2005 6.0L Powerstroke. Find out what went into making it like new again!

The Bullet WS6 – a Twin Turbo 427 cid LSX Engine

When Hunter Smith opened American Speed Shops a little over two years ago, he knew he had to get the shop’s name some recognition. He quickly partnered with some top names in the industry and began building engines with quality components. That’s how this build of a twin turbo 427 cid LSX came about for a well-known Trans Am WS6 car named The Bullet. Find out what went into making this engine extra special.

Melling Acquires Performance Springs UK Ltd.

Melling Engine Parts CEO Mark Melling announced the acquisition of Performance Springs UK Ltd. based in Blackpool, England.  Performance Springs specializes in design and manufacturing of springs for the automotive and industrial sectors. Recently Performance started supplying Melling its aftermarket needs from its 20,000 sq.-ft. facility. The acquisition brings together two talented teams focused on providing

Turbocharged 12-Valve Cummins

With one of the best Instagram handles we’ve ever seen, Tony Salokas (@isootmypants), came to Miller’s Machine Shop in 2018 to get a 12-valve Cummins rebuilt for his ’39 Chevy pickup rat rod project. See how the build turned out!

Pistons in 2020

If you’ve got an engine, you want to make more horsepower, and these days, everybody’s got four-digit power levels in mind. Better pistons are one of the key components in being able to achieve those numbers.

Twin Turbo 370 cid LS Engine

Stef Rossi grew up in the UK around Volkswagen engines. He quickly got into the engine building industry with air-cooled engine work, but a passion for V8 American-made muscle drew him to LS engines. He opened a shop in California last year and has been cranking out LS builds like this twin turbo 370 cid LS that recently went out the door to a happy customer.

GM 604 Crate Engine

These GM 604 and 602 crate engines have found favor with some racers, and just as with any engine, they do wear out and break. There is a need for shops that can rebuild these engines.

50 Years of Performance Timing Sets

Timing sets aren’t the most glamorous or trick item in a racing or street engine, but it is a very necessary piece. If your timing isn’t right, the list of engine damage can get lengthy.

Race Engine Packages

Pick a formula that’s repeatable, verify your horsepower, create your marketing and you have an engine package.

The 2020 Daytona 500 – Which Side Were You On?

In 2018, I got the chance to attend the Daytona 500 as part of a good friend’s bachelor party. We had a blast that weekend watching the race and seeing Austin Dillon take his first Daytona 500 win in an exciting last lap. That was my first time at Daytona International Speedway and the experience

3.0 CLASS 5.9L COMMON RAIL CUMMINS: DIESEL OF THE WEEK VIDEO

Using a Ford F350 and a 5.9L Cummins from a wrecked Dodge 2500, TMS Diesel set out to build a gnarly 3.0 class pulling truck. Find out what went into making this 1,200-1,300 horsepower beast come to life! Diesel of the Week is sponsored by AMSOIL. If you have an engine you would like to highlight