Pat Musi of Musi Racing Engines has been meticulously developing and tweaking his 903 cid Pro Mod engine combo since 2010. We got to see the latest and greatest version of this nitrous-powered billet beauty. Check out our first Engine of the Week of 2024!
Developed off of Pat Musi’s now infamous 959 cid engine platform, this 903 cid Pro Mod build is for a customer in Sweden. Hear what goes into an awesome race engine such as this from Pat Musi himself in this episode of Engine of the Week.
If you’re looking for a tried and proven big block Chevy combo that can make 150 passes without damage – look no further than this 632 cid big block Chevy nitrous build done by Pat Musi of Musi Racing Engines. It’ll deliver 1,250 horsepower NA all day long!
We couldn’t only highlight one engine while visiting Pat Musi and Musi Racing Engines earlier this summer in Mooresville, NC. This is one of Musi’s tried and proven 632 nitrous combinations for drag racing applications. It’s our Engine of the Week!
In this episode of Intellectual Horsepower, we got the opportunity to sit down with Edelbrock experts Mike Sanders and Rick Roberts, as well as Pat Musi of Pat Musi Racing Engines to talk all about cylinder heads. We discuss what goes into cylinder head manufacturing and development from the manufacturer level, as well as what
Any chance we get to hang with Pat Musi for a day, we jump at it. His wealth of engine and racing knowledge is seemingly never ending. We recently got to check out Pat Musi Racing Engines and Pat’s newly built race shop during our trip to Mooresville, NC. Check it out!
When it comes to building a 4.840″ bore space engine for drag racing, the class is limited on deck height and limited on bore space, but anything else pretty much goes. Pat Musi of Pat Musi Racing Engines recently finished development on his state-of-the-art 4.840 engine platform, and this 731 cid nitrous combo is freaking awesome!
We love every opportunity we get to speak with Pat Musi of Pat Musi Racing Engines. This time, we were down in Mooresville, NC to check out his shop in person and get the details of a few engine builds he had underway. This is an Outlaw 4.84 nitrous engine with 731 cubic inches of
Mooresville, North Carolina-based Pat Musi Racing Engines and Olive Branch, Mississippi-based Edelbrock Group has extended its longtime partnership through 2023. The Edelbrock/Musi Signature product line, including the popular Edelbrock/Musi 555 crate engine and race-ready cylinder heads and manifolds, will continue to be developed and offered as part of the collaboration. “It means a lot to me
Despite the life-long education given to her by her dad Pat and others in the sport, Tricia isn’t one to think she knows it all and can’t learn more. In fact, she’s always seeking to learn more and become better at what she does.
The Edelbrock Group has announced a continued partnership with Musi Racing Engines. “We are thrilled to continue this long-time partnership,” said Edelbrock Group Chief Commercial Officer Chris Douglas. “Pat Musi has a reputation in the industry for winning and excellence, as do we. It makes us perfect partners. Our Edelbrock Race Center, located within Pat’s
Pat Musi Racing Engines and Musi Racing will celebrate the grand opening of their new race facility and the Edelbrock Race Center in Mooresville, North Carolina, with an open house event on Saturday, April 30. Fans will have the opportunity to tour the two facilities, including the new Edelbrock Race Center, home to Pat Musi’s restoration-mod