In this episode of Intellectual Horsepower, we got the opportunity to sit down with Edelbrock experts Mike Sanders and Rick Roberts, as well as Pat Musi of Pat Musi Racing Engines to talk all about cylinder heads. We discuss what goes into cylinder head manufacturing and development from the manufacturer level, as well as what
Spending a day in Spartanburg, SC recently, resulted in a trip to visit Scott Duggins and the team at PAR Racing Engines. This engine machine shop is well-known for cranking out quality, high-horsepower race engines. Scott toured us around and showcased a few current builds like this pair of 615 cubic inch big block Chevys!
Logan Vass works at Almax Engine Rebuilders, an engine machine shop located in Red Deer, AB Canada. The shop is family owned and operated, and mainly focuses on cylinder head repair, crank grinding & polishing, resurfacing, and line boring, among other engine machine processes. They own a number of @Rottlermfg machines to keep the shop
Any chance we get to hang with Pat Musi for a day, we jump at it. His wealth of engine and racing knowledge is seemingly never ending. We recently got to check out Pat Musi Racing Engines and Pat’s newly built race shop during our trip to Mooresville, NC. Check it out!
One of the shops we visited during our Mooresville, NC trip was Poteat’s Engine Rebuilding in Kannapolis. We spoke to Andrew Seldomridge about the kinds of engines the shop typically works on and found it that they do a little bit of everything, including both gas and diesel engine work. They had a Ford 2.3L
In this episode of Intellectual Horsepower, Engine Builder Editor Greg Jones sits down with Billy Godbold and Chris Potter of Godbold Engineering Solutions and COMP Cams/Edelbrock Group, respectively, to talk all about camshafts and what engine builders and racers need to know. Did you know the camshaft should be selected after you know the rest
It’s a tall order for any company to be able to say they’ve been in business for 100 years, and Rottler Manufacturing can finally wear that badge. A century of innovation and craftsmanship has allowed them to make a name for themselves in the machining, manufacturing and automotive industries, while gaining many customers and friends
Cylinder head repairs like this don’t normally get done, but Steve Morris of @stevemorrisracing always seems to find a way!
This summer, we got the chance to visit Spartanburg, SC and Noonan Race Engineering‘s new state-of-the-art facility. The Noonan operation is top notch through and through, and it shows in engine builds like this supercharged 4.900 bore space Hemi. Noonan’s Barry Pettit walks us through all the details in this Engine of the Week!
We’ve visited Tony and the boys at Concord Engines before. The Kannapolis, NC-based shop does engine and machine work on a ton of different platforms. While we were there this past summer, Tony has a 5.3L LS engine getting rebuilt. The shop has three different variations it can do with this combo – stock, street
When we were in Mooresville, NC this summer, we kept seeing signs for Wilkins Racing Engines, so we took the hint and stopped at the shop to check it out. Shop owner Sandy Wilkins invited us in and we were not disappointed! This engine machine shop does a number of different things for several racing
Better known by many as simply Jim O, we got the chance to speak with Jim Oberhofer, Clay Millican’s NHRA Crew Chief with Rick Ware Racing, during a visit to Pro Motor Engines in Mooresville, NC earlier this year. Jim O was there along with another member of Clay’s team as one of the team’s