Looking to one-up the old Roush Yates engine, Domhoff Racing Engines teamed up with MBE Cylinder Heads and CID to put brand new heads and an intake manifold on this 436 cid small block dirt late model Ford engine. Find out what else makes this a special build!
With a focus on building Ford engines, Zach Smith of ZSR Engines wanted to build his customer a naturally aspirated engine for bracket racing that was really low maintenance, didn’t cost an arm and a leg to race and could go multiple seasons without having to come back to the shop. Feast your eyes on the result – a 438 cid small block Ford capable of some serious horsepower. Find out what went into the build.
Greg Brown of Hammerhead Performance Engines knew he was going to build a small block Ford to compete in the Race Engine Challenge, and it would feature his specially designed Hemi heads.
Dave Visner of Visner Engine Development saw some shortcomings with small block Chevys, and noticed that there was a market for big cubic inch small block Chevys. In response, he developed this 4.600˝ bore space small block Chevy engine package as a very viable racing set up for fast racing applications. With some small block engines making close to 4,000 horsepower, Visner built an engine that could handle the power and still be considered a small block.
Eddie Miller first built this 413 cid small block Chevy engine 16 years ago. His customer and life-long friend recently brought it in for a rebuild due to mileage and a bad roller. Miller’s shop, The Engine Works, rebuilt the 413 SBC engine with a goal of competing in Hot Rod’s Drag Week 2018. Find out what went into the rebuild.
When Lowcountry Racing Engines’ very first customers cracked the block of their 406 engine, shop owner Brandon Judy was quick to lend a hand and step up their engine game with this 434 small block Chevy that’s sure to turn some heads at the local track.
When Lazaro Mesa of Mesa Balancing built this small block Ford engine a year ago it made 600 hp. In the shop for freshening up, this street engine will make around 630 hp once its done.
Mike Consolo of QMP Racing Engines spent more than four and a half years rebuilding this 347 small block Ford for a customer’s road racing Sunbeam Tiger. All said and done, the engine puts out 625 hp and is race ready once again.
Looking for a more daily-driver-friendly street/strip engine, a customer got exactly what he asked for when he turned to BMS Racing Engines to build a 700 hp 421 Chevy engine with nitrous.
Bruce Nelson takes customer satisfaction very seriously. He doesn’t want customers coming back to his shop for the wrong reasons, and this 550 hp 434 Chevy small block was no exception.
These E-CNC cylinder heads feature a large bowl cross-section while retaining good port velocity. These heads maintain the stock 23° valve angle and the intake flange is drilled to accept 1986 and earlier intake manifold designs.
Holley has introduced its all-new Muscle Series Small Block Chevy Valve Covers. These covers offer an attractive look inspired by L82/LT1/Z28 engines of the past and are a continuation of Holley’s Vintage Series Valve Cover line.