The Benefits of Billet: Inside Noonan Race Engineering’s LS Engine Development
When it comes to high-performance engine work, the old adage, ‘you get what you pay for,’ certainly applies. That’s doubly true when you start talking about billet engines and key components such as blocks, cylinder heads and manifolds. In the still very popular world of LS engines, some engine shop customers are opting more and more for billet engines.
Years in the making, many barriers broken and still possibly more to come, Mike Moran describes the Motor City Billet Bullet engine build as a fairy tale the way it came together.
Rotodyne Engine Development, LLC is Seeking Partners to Develop its Revolutionary Engine
Rotodyne Engine Development, LLC has announced a new distributed engine development strategy to partner with independent engine builder(s) to build and test a prototype of its revolutionary Rotodyne Engine.
IndyCar Manufacturers to Scale Back Engine Development in 2018
With the next set of engine regulations in the works for the Verizon IndyCar Series, Chevy and Honda have announced that both manufacturers will step back from the full slate of engine development options for the 2018 race season.
A Day in the Life of a NASCAR Engine
At the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup level, it’s no secret that the competition is fierce. Every little thing matters from the driver to pit stops to one of the most important aspects – the engine. Engine Builder recently got an inside look at engine development at Earnhardt Childress Racing (ECR) from Andrew Randolph, ECR’s technical director.