Dave Visner of Visner Engine Development saw some shortcomings with small block Chevys, and noticed that there was a market for big cubic inch small block Chevys. In response, he developed this 4.600˝ bore space small block Chevy engine package as a very viable racing set up for fast racing applications. With some small block engines making close to 4,000 horsepower, Visner built an engine that could handle the power and still be considered a small block.
Larry Ofria's first customer was Carroll Shelby. More than 50 years later, his shop, Valley Head Service, is still cranking out top-notch engine work for customers like this recent rebuild of a 3.3L Colombo 60-degree V12 Ferrari engine. Find out what was needed to bring this prancing horse back to life.
Eddie Miller first built this 413 cid small block Chevy engine 16 years ago. His customer and life-long friend recently brought it in for a rebuild due to mileage and a bad roller. Miller's shop, The Engine Works, rebuilt the 413 SBC engine with a goal of competing in Hot Rod's Drag Week 2018. Find out what went into the rebuild.
Wanting to do things his own way, James Bostick decided to open his own engine machine shop in 2008. To do so he cashed out his retirement, bought some machines and founded Bostick Racing Engines in El Cajon, CA. Fast forward 10 years, Bostick Racing Engines continues to do things their own way and builds top-notch motors like this 605 drag boat engine. Find out what makes this marine engine special.
What happens when you awaken an iron beast after a 50-year slumber? Jason Ore of 955 Automotive described it as opening up a time capsule of sorts. The last time this 1967-’68 Mickey Thompson 3-valve Chevy V8 IndyCar engine lapped Indianapolis Motor Speedway was back in May 1968. Find out what it took to bring the engine and racecar up to Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance standards.