PBM rotating assemblies have a proven reputation of quality, durability and performance.
Titus sells product all over the world, targeting the Ford muscle car enthusiast and racing groups like GT40 and drag racers.
In the latest “What’s Up Sergio” episode from the guys at MTI Racing, Sergio is working on upgrading a customer’s LT1 engine with a more beefed up rotating assembly.
Hundreds of stroke and bore combinations are available, including custom assemblies.
Now that you’ve seen the ins and outs of the SMX block, Steve goes over his selections for the rotating assembly (crank, rods, pistons) for the engine.
Rotating assemblies often turn into a guessing game as enthusiasts struggle to find the right option for their project. No matter who it is buying a rotating assembly, there are a few key factors to consider before making all your selections.
In this episode of Steve Tech, Steve Morris breaks down what goes into a proper balancing job for a performance engine.
Are you still buying your crank, rods and pistons separately? Why not bundle and save?
Sourcing Rotating Assemblies for Stroker Applications Stroker engines are a popular choice for performance enthusiasts – whether the vehicle will run on the street, strip or a little of both, there’s something for everyone to love about a stroked engine. First of all, it sounds cool. Customers love telling their friends that they have something
Everyday life may be all about balance, but a quality balance machine and the understanding of how to do a quality balance job can tilt the scale in your shop’s favor.
Choosing a set of connecting rods is one of the critical steps in a performance engine build. The rods have to be strong enough to handle the anticipated speeds and loads, but also affordable for customers who have a limited budget. Most stock rods in late model engines can safely handle 400 to 500 horsepower.