Whether you’re looking for fun or looking to win, the Duramax platform is certainly one to consider. The Duramax engine is can be built up to do just about anything you want. The only obstacle is your wallet.
Kart racing is one of the most popular forms of motorsport globally, yet most people in North America don’t know much about it.
ATV and UTV sales have continued to soar, so much so that they are more than half of the overall powersports market in terms of unit sales. As such, engine builders can take advantage of rebuilding opportunities.
The LS was almost purposely designed for engine swapping. Today, a fledgling industry is built around LS swapping and aftermarket parts vendors ready to support them.
The build consists of a 416 cid iron block LT engine, capable of making 2,000 horsepower in a forced induction application. This is a combination becoming extremely popular for high output (1,500+ hp) engines in the latest model GM vehicles.
A few of Honda’s engines stand out when it comes to building performance vehicles – the B series engines and its K20 and K24 engines.
Whether a customer has a 4G63 or the 4B11 engine, they are both great options for many different performance applications.
The Nissan brand is associated with several enthusiast-friendly cars such as the Datsun 510 and 240Z, the Nissan 350Z, 240SX, and a host of Skylines, as well as the fabled GT-R.
Of all the engines in the EJ series, two are clear standouts when it comes to rebuilding for performance applications – the EJ257 and EJ207.
Years in the making, many barriers broken and still possibly more to come, Mike Moran describes the Motor City Billet Bullet engine build as a fairy tale the way it came together.
Aside from the decision to add engine installations to your business or not, you’ll need to consider the additional skill sets required, additional tools and equipment and your shop’s space available to have entire vehicles inside.
Debuting in the 2011 model year, the Coyote is a 5.0L, naturally aspirated V8 engine featuring a dual overhead cam (DOHC) design. The Coyote’s architecture was also Ford’s first implementation of its Twin Independent Variable Cam Timing (TI-VCT) technology on a V8 engine.