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Get’M Performance All-In-One Blower Adapter

Features include built-in blower strap mounts, throttle linkage bracket, injector bung compatible and reduced overall height and weight.

Dayco and Tony Stewart Racing Continue Partnership

After a successful partnership in 2023, Dayco, a leading engine products and drive systems supplier in the automotive, industrial and aftermarket industries, has announced Tony Stewart Racing (TSR) has signed on to use its blower belts again during the 2024 NHRA Mission Foods Drag Racing Series. Both Matt Hagan, 4-time Funny Car champion, and Tony Stewart, NASCAR,

Screw-Blown 521 cid Hemi Engine

After getting blown backwards off the starting line from Jim Kilpatrick’s alcohol-fueled, screw-blown, 521 cubic inch Hemi engine at the 2022 Builder’s Brawl, we stopped by the Kilpatrick Racing Engines / Bad Judgement Racing pit the next morning to get the full details of this engine build. Don’t miss what’s in this engine!

Jeremy Bonnett’s ’29 Pontiac with a 414 cid Small Block Engine

During a rained out Day 2 of Sick Week, we came across a few hot rods lined up at Orlando Speedworld. Among them was Jeremy Bonnett’s 1929 Pontiac with a blown 414 cid small block engine.

Blown 598 Big Block Chevy Engine

Royce Payton’s 1965 GT350 Mustang is one of those cars that actually looks as good as it sounds and sounds as good as it looks. That’s in large part thanks to its blown 598 big block Chevy engine. Check it out!

’65 Mustang with a Blown 598 Big Block Chevy Engine

During day 1 of Sick Week 2022, we saw Royce Payton’s 1965 Mustang with a blown 598 big block Chevy engine dominating the front half of the car. It looked amazing, sounded even better, and ran like hell, so we got the scoop for an Engine of the Week.

612 cid Blown Big Block Chevy Engine

Looking for the ultimate in reliability and durability on 93 octane, Hardcore Horsepower built this 612 cid big block Chevy engine with a 10-71 blower and Fast EFI to the tune of 1,000 horsepower. Find out what else went into this build.

Power Adders: Turbos, Blowers and Nitrous

The engine can only inhale so much air because the atmospheric force that’s pushing air into the engine is only 14.7 lbs. per square inch at sea level. To make matters worse, atmospheric pressure decreases with elevation. Air density also decreases with temperature because hot air is thinner than cold air. Most stock naturally aspirated engines