Using a VK56 Nissan V8, which was originally an off-road truck engine, the guys at AHM Performance changed up some key aspects to turn it into a nitrous-injected Formula Drift engine for Chris Forsberg's NOS energy drink Nissan 370Z. Find out what went into the build.
Starting out with just an LS7 block, Halston Harrist's customer quickly wanted to make big power. H-Squared Racing Engines converted to a GM Performance Bow Tie LSX block and from there, the shop kept stepping it up. Every time Halston rebuilt it, the customer got nicer parts. Find out what went into this 431 cid LSX engine and the crazy amount of horsepower it's capable of!
With a focus on building Ford engines, Zach Smith of ZSR Engines wanted to build his customer a naturally aspirated engine for bracket racing that was really low maintenance, didn’t cost an arm and a leg to race and could go multiple seasons without having to come back to the shop. Feast your eyes on the result – a 438 cid small block Ford capable of some serious horsepower. Find out what went into the build.
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After a shop wanted to charge $1,500 just to tear down his motor and quoted him $38,000 for the rebuild, Jason Whipple of Whipple Motorsports went looking for a different engine shop to work on his LS7 engine. His search brought him to the doorstep of Moruzzi Race Motors in Banning, CA to do the rebuild. Find out what went into this LS7 engine for off-road racing.