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Rottler Report with Todd Goodwin of Goodwin Competition

Todd Goodwin is the owner of Goodwin Competition, a fully equipped, state of the art machine shop that’s set up to do R&D, as well as prototype work. Custom machine work includes CNC machining of cylinder heads & blocks, 5-axis CNC porting, CNC manifold porting and custom piston profiling. All of this is thanks to

Rottler Report with Jessie Berwick of R&L Engines

Jessie Berwick is the Head Machinist at R&L Engines, a 6,000 sq. ft. state of the art engine rebuilding and machining facility that handles performance vintage, race and marine engines. They own three different Rottler Manufacturing machines, including this F69A. “One thing I like about Rottler machines it that they require minimal maintenance and have

Rottler Report with Andrew Johnson of R&L Engines

Andrew Johnson is the parts manager at R&L Engines, a 6,000 sq. ft. state of the art engine rebuilding and machining facility that handles performance vintage, race and marine engines. They own three different Rottler Manufacturing machines, including this SG9MTS. “It’s a drastic upgrade from the old equipment we’ve been using, and the versatility and

Rottler Report with Kevin Kempf of SpeedFactory Racing

Kevin Kempf is the Crew Chief of SpeedFactory Racing the premier customer-centric Honda performance source with over 60 years of combined experience in modifying and racing Hondas. They recently purchased a new Rottler Manufacturing H85AX for a number of reasons, including the ease of the software. Hear more from Kevin about the shop and his

Rottler Report with Andrew Frontzak of Engine Rebuilders & Supply

Andrew Frontzak is vice president of Engine Rebuilders & Supply, an engine machine shop in Stone Park, IL that does everything from custom engine and cylinder head rebuilding to antique and muscle car restorations. They recently purchased a new Rottler Manufacturing H85AX to keep up with the increased workload over at the shop. Hear more

Rottler Report with Keith Black Racing Engines & For Hemis Only

Tim Banning is president of Keith Black Racing Engines and For Hemis Only located in Clearwater, FL. The shop, which specializes in Gen II Hemis and Mopar Wedges, utilizes blocks made to the highest standards. To maintain those standards during machining, along with increased automation and accuracy, the shop recently purchased a new Rottler H85AX

Rottler’s SG10XY Cylinder Head Machining Center

Combined with the lightweight air float workhead, the SG10XY gives perfect centering in the valve guide and excellent concentricity.

Block Machining with Rottler’s F69A Pt. 2

Steve and the guys previously walked through decking and boring a block on the new Rottler F69A machining center. Now, they walk through lifter bores and receiver grooves.

Block Machining with a Rottler F69A

Steve Morris has his new Rottler F69A running, and the guys are getting training on the new machine. As such, they walk you through how the Rottler F69A decks and bores with ease.

Rottler F69A Setup

Steve has his new F69A Rottler machining center up and running, and now some final setup must be done before the SME guys can begin to make use of the machine. Marty from Rottler walks the guys through the specifics.

Steve Morris Engines Gets a Massive Delivery!

Steve Morris recently purchased a couple Rottler machines for his shop, and he took delivery of a new F69A machining center. Check this out!

The King of All Honing Machines?

During the 2022 PRI show, Steve Morris took the opportunity to get a run down of a Rottler H80 honing machine very similar to the one he just purchased. Check out what this Rottler can do!