Twin-Turbo 13B Mazda Rotary Engine
When it comes to engines, the Mazda rotary is an entirely different animal. When Scott Molitor of Mofab, LLC contacted us and told us he was building a rotary engine for his 2000 Subaru Impreza, we had to know more about the decision to do it, and of course, we wanted to hear all about what it took to make the rotary engine a strong fit.
Turbocharged Honda K24 Engine
At just 17 years old, Leo Greco has taught himself engine building techniques out of necessity. His latest build is a turbocharged Honda K24 he plans to swap into a 2003 Toyota Celica. Find out what went into the build.
Turbocharged 2.0L 4G63 Engine
Nicole and Schiller Murphy started their shop, iCraveBoost Performance, with an Evo and a dream. Now the Denver-based engine shop specializes in 4G and 4B Mitsubishi engines, like the shop’s own turbocharged 2.0L 4G63. Find out what went into this build.
Methanol Injected 427 Small Block Ford Engine
Looking to add more horsepower to his ’86 Foxbody Mustang bracket car, Adam Hartwig went to the drawing board and came up with a unique engine set up. It was this methanol injected, blown 427 small block Ford engine. Find out what went into the custom build.
1970s LT1 Chevy Street Engine
The market is flooded with LS and LT engines these days, but you don’t see many LT1 engines from the 1970s anymore. That is, unless you’re Jason Ore of 955 Automotive, who recently rebuilt this ’70s LT1 for a 1965 Corvette Street application. See what went into it!
Twin-Turbo 427 LSX Engine
Looking to increase horsepower and decrease 1/8th-mile times, this Evo VIII owner opted to lose the 4G63 and swap in a custom-built, twin-turbo 427 LSX engine. Find out what went into the build.
388 cid Whipple-Supercharged LS7 Engine
Unable to afford a COPO Camaro, Bob Reinhardt of Madcap Racing Engines decided to build an even better version. It’s a 388 cid LS7-based engine with a 4.0L Whipple on methanol fuel – and it’s injected. It’s pretty cool, and Bob expects to make around 2,000 horsepower. Find out what makes the build unique.
502 cid LS Engine
With a love for building naturally aspirated engines, Ramiro Ramirez of Fatboys Racing Engines built this 502 cid LS engine for a Chevy Silverado single cab truck. Find out what went into the build and how much horsepower the engine can crank out!
1,000 HP Toyota Supra B58 Inline Six-Cylinder Engine
When Toyota announced the return of the Supra sports car nameplate to the model lineup, Papadakis Racing was one of the first to modify the Supra’s 2988cc B58 inline six-cylinder engine for racing, specifically for Formula DRIFT. Boasting 335 hp from the factory, find out how Stephan Papadakis tripled the power output!
Twin-Turbo 508 cid LSX Engine
Just one of Jason Raley’s 48 cars that he’s owned in his life is this Pontiac Trans-Am drag car. With nearly 1,900 horsepower coming from its twin-turbo 508 cid LSX engine, he says it’s a bit more special than the rest. Find out why!
Roots Blown 540 cid Big Block Chevy Engine
With a focus on early generation small block and big block Chevy builds, David Coté of Hilltoppers Speed Shop particularly enjoys building roots-blown big block Chevy street engines. Who can blame him? Just check out this roots blown 540 cid big block Chevy the shop recently built for a street rod.
434 cid Dirt Late Model LS Engine
Blue Chip Racing Engines builds high-performance engines for super late models, UMP modifieds, super stocks, crate cars, and pure stocks, but one of its more popular engines is its dirt late model engine package – a 434 cid LS engine build. Offering nearly 900 HP, it’s not hard to see why. Find out what goes into the build.