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.
Industrial Engine Rebuild Opportunities
Rebuilding industrial engines is a growing business for many engine builders and shows no signs of slowing down.
Rob Munro joins AERA in Development Role
Rob Munro, owner of Valley Speed Machine Shop in Kamloops, BC, Canada, has joined the Engine Builders Association (AERA) in the position of Membership and Technical Development. According to an association announcement, this new position will help develop and implement programs for new membership, membership retention, PROSIS PRO development and more. Munro has 31 years of
National Performance Warehouse Acquires Engine Rebuilders Warehouse
In its first acquisition of 2014, National Performance Warehouse (NPW) has purchased Engine Rebuilders Warehouse (ERW), one of Florida’s largest traditional and performance engine parts businesses. Engine Rebuilders Warehouse has been in business since 1980 serving machine shops, engine builders and jobbers in Florida. ERW is a specialist in marketing and selling engine related parts
How Quick Can You Rebuild an Engine?
One of the top high school engine rebuilding teams takes part in an engine rebuilding challenge. They do it in 16 minutes, which is certainly fast, but not record speed. EOC’s Tech team from Choctaw, Oklahoma owns the record with tear down and rebuild in 18 minutes.
Future of Engine Building: The Road Ahead for Machining
The future always seemed so far away for some reason. You had cartoons featuring flying cars and movies about aliens and galaxies far, far away.
Rebuilding Liberty: Timing Belt Service on Jeep Liberty Engines
The 2.4 L I4 PowerTech is a Neon engine variant based on the Chrysler engine that was designed originally for the Dodge and Plymouth Neon compact car. The naturally aspirated 2.4L 4-cylinder PowerTech engine provided 150 hp (110 kW) and 165 lb.-ft. (224 Nm). In 2002, the Jeep Liberty was the first Jeep to use the two