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Dart’s Maskin Inducted Into Michigan Motor Sports Hall of Fame

Among this year’s inductees into the Michigan Motor Sports Hall of Fame is Dart Machinery founder Richard Maskin. Following his success as a drag racer, crew chief and engine builder, Maskin went on to establish Dart as a leader in race engine components manufacturing.

Dart Pro1 Big-Block Cylinder Heads

Despite having been on the market for decades Dart’s Pro1 big-block cylinder heads receive constant upgrades. In fact, this is the essence of their universal appeal—their development never ends. Originally introduced in 1982, David Reher of Reher Morrison says, “There is nothing that compares with the Pro1. They have been the best bang for the

Moly-Based Coating Conflicts

Using a Molybdenum Disulfide-based coating, such as a lubricating coating that is often used on camshafts, is an excellent way to increase load capacity and improve durability. Molybdenum Disulfide is also used in CV and universal joints as well as on bullets for easier passage through the rifle barrel, allowing the barrel to retain ballistic

Dart Offers Hot Summer Cash Rebate Program

Customers who buy a qualifying Dart short block or top-end kit may be eligible to receive a cash rebate of up to $450. Dart Machinery recently launched its Summer Savings Cash Rebate campaign that will run until September 30. Offer valid for the following products: • $250 Cash Rebate on Dart Short blocks: p/n 0311xxxx

What You Need To Know About SBC Port Volumes

A 4-cycle engine is far from being a simple air pump. The principle reason turning apparent simplicity into real world complexity is the dynamic ‘stop – start’ nature of the flow through the engine and the fact that air is very much heavier than is often supposed. Rapidly changing rates of pressure and suction bring

Dart Billet Blocks and Heads

Get an inside look at the process behind the creation of Dart’s legendary billet aluminum engine blocks and cylinder heads. These ultra-strong, incredibly lightweight components are the power plants behind some truly eye popping racing engines. Company: Dart Machinery www.dartheads.com