Engine Rebuild Archives - Engine Builder Magazine
Jesel Certified Performance Rebuilds

Engine components are serious investments for any racer and maintaining that investment could be the difference between winning a championship and losing it.

IPD DD15 Engine Rebuild Kit

This enhanced in-frame kit now includes all the head bolts, gaskets and fasteners needed for a full engine rebuild.

Engine Refresh Season

Turn-around time for a complete engine refresh varies, depending on their workload and also the parts they need.

Porsche 996 C4 Complete Engine Rebuild

Complete engine rebuild of a Porsche 996 C4 with piston slap. The pistons, cylinder sleeves, IMS bearing, AOS, water pump, coolant hoses and more were all replaced during the build.

2004 Cummins 5.9L Common Rail Rebuild

Rebuilding tips on a 2004 Dodge Cummins 5.9L Common Rail diesel engine.

1934 Offenhauser – Engine Rebuild Overview

Offenhauser was an American engine design that dominated American open wheel racing for more than 50 years and is still popular among vintage sprint and midget car racers. The Offenhauser engine, familiarly known as the “Offy”, was developed by Fred Offenhauser and his employer Harry Arminius Miller, after maintaining and repairing a 1913 Peugeot Grand Prix car of the type which had won

Problems that Plague Chrysler’s 3.5L Engine Creates Rebuild Opportunities

This engine, and its 2.7L, 3.2L and 4.0L cousins, represent a significant service opportunity for engine rebuilders from all the heat damaged inflicted upon them. If ever there was a service opportunity ripe for the taking,Chrysler’s 3.5L SOHC V6 engine (and its 2.7L, 3.2L and 4.0L cousins) is it. This engine was introduced back in