We caught up with Billy Godbold to discuss all things camshaft, from common misconceptions to proper camshaft selection to firing order and much more.
Much of the acceptance of EFI has been due to aftermarket companies making them more user-friendly.
There are a ton of different reasons engine builders would want a hub, chassis or engine dyno, so we looked into why you might opt for a particular dyno over another, or why you may want multiple dynos.
Carburetors have been forced to evolve in order to remain relevant as engine builders continue to push the limits on horsepower. This has given rise to truly custom carburetors to compliment custom engines.
A dyno is something you should showcase. You want it presentable, because at the end of the day, it’s this kind of equipment that sets you apart from other shops.
If you work on any high-power adder or high-rpm engines, chances are you will see some fretting on the bottoms of main caps and the backside of the upper rod bearing.