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!
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.
Nicknamed King of the Jungle II, this Trans Am is a Pro275 drag car built by Cory Clemens of Clemens Motorsports Unlimited LLC. The King of the Jungle features a roaring, 5,000 horsepower, twin-turbo, 526 cid Hemi engine from Brad Anderson Enterprises. Check it out!
We chatted with Cory Clemens of Clemens Motorsports during the 2022 Builder’s Brawl about his Pro 275 drag car and its 526 cubic inch twin-turbo Hemi engine. His goal for the weekend was to run low-5s or even high-4s! Check it out!
Just five years ago, Brandon Sandlian was pretty green to drag racing and engine building. Today, the opposite is true. In just a short amount of time, Brandon has committed to being among the best, and thanks to a 1953 Studebaker with a blown alcohol 477 cid Hemi engine, he’s winning races. Check it out.
Brandon Sandlian is newer to the drag racing world, but don’t let that fool you! He’s built up a 1953 Studebaker, nicknamed Junkyard Stude, which has a Supercharged 477 cid Hemi engine capable of 3,000+ horsepower. Brandon and his Stude recently won the 2022 Builder’s Brawl, which is where we caught up with him to
The cast aluminum construction and integrated windage tray on the oil pans, combined with o-ring sealing, provide an attractive, leak-free solution for your engine swap.
Featuring high-flow billet fuel rails, Plazmaman’s Gen III intake is suitable for the 5.7L, 6.1L and 6.4L new Gen engines.
This Hemi piston features a multitude of many new features.
As a Chrysler guy, Bob Hess always wanted to put a Gen III Hemi into a Ford. When he got this 1982 Mustang as a roller, he worked alongside Big 3 Racing to turn it into a formidable drag car and street car. Check out what makes this Hemi special!
We couldn’t just walk past this gorgeous 1982 Ford Mustang without taking a few extra looks at it, and upon closer inspection, we found out it has a Gen III Hemi engine stuffed inside. Turns out owner Bob Hess is a Chrysler guy and has always wanted to put a Hemi in a Ford, so
Jarrad Scott and his 1962 Ford Ranchero named Bitchin’, are no strangers to drag-and-drive events. Nor are they strangers to winning in the A/Gas class. That’s all thanks to a well-built car with an impressive, blown 540 cid Hemi engine! Check out what’s under this hood!