The Production Engine Remanufacturers Association (PERA) will host a free webinar on Wednesday, January 18 2017. The subject – “Racing Bearing Lubrication, Clearances & Geometric Tolerances” – will be presented by Ron Sledge of King Engine Bearings. “Just when you think you know all about bearings, Ron comes up with new insights into helping your engines last,” explains Joe
As a reader of Engine Builder, you’ve no doubt become aware of the Performance Engine Builder of The Year Contest over the past four years. You’ve read stories of our winners and runners up and perhaps thought, “Heck, I could do that.” Yes. Yes, you can. And you should.
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Car enthusiasts who have dreamed of burning rubber on legendary Woodward Avenue will have their chance to do it legally during the “Roadkill Nights Powered by Dodge.”
Engine Builder readers tell us business has changed, but opportunity still remains.
Anyone planning to attend the Production Engine Remanufacturers Association’s Annual Conference in Toronto this fall is urged to remember one simple fact when making travel plans: Canada is a foreign country and a passport – and perhaps even a travel visa – is required. “We urge all of our members and guests to be certain
When you build your engines, you put measured thought into every component you use. From the intake system to the exhaust manifold, everything has its place and nothing is installed without careful consideration. But what about the fasteners? Some of the most critical components are held together with relatively low-cost fasteners including screws, nuts and bolts and studs.
According to some experts, wake surfing has become one of America’s hottest sports. For those of you who are actively involved in building engines for pavement or off-road racing, marine motors may seem to be either an obstacle or an opportunity – and you would be right in both cases.
If one of the most recognizable hosts of one of the most popular automotive-based reality TV shows came calling and asked you to build a blown big block to squeeze into a vintage collector car to help celebrate the history of an iconic toy, would you blink? For Jammie Wells, it’s just another day in the shop.
If one of the most recognizable hosts of one of the most popular automotive-based reality TV shows came calling and asked you to build a blown big block to squeeze into a vintage collector car to help celebrate the history of an iconic toy, would you blink? For Jammie Wells, it’s just another day in
Advancements in engine machining technology have truly moved this industry firmly into the space age. Highly developed abrasives and computer numeric controlled (CNC) software are found at almost every level of equipment, leaving some to mourn the loss of the “art” of engine machining in favor of the “science” of precision.
Signaling continued growth in the interest of remanufacturing in the heavy duty marketplace, The Big R/ReMaTecUSA 2015 is seeing a growing number of Heavy Duty buyers attending the show. According to Joe Kripli, president of the Automotive Parts Remanufacturers Association (APRA), Volvo Trucks, Deutz, Caterpillar, Daewoo, Cummins, MTU America, Mitsubishi Electric have all registered to attend this year’s