During a visit to Pro Motor Engines in Mooresville, NC, we were fortunate to line up our time at the engine shop while one of Clay Millican’s Top Fuel Hemi engines was in for machine work and a rebuild. PME Owner Dennis Borem walked us through the details of this 12,000 HP Top Fuel engine
Even before Noonan Race Engineering completed its new Engine Technology Facility, this was an engine shop we’ve been wanting to see inside for quite a while. If you’re at all familiar with Noonan Race Engineering, its engines and its components, then you already know it’s the the kind of stuff billet aluminum racing dreams are
Building upon its 4.800″ bore space Hemi engine platform, Noonan Race Engineering made improvements to its 4.900″ bore space Hemi engine to the point that its now one of the engine shop’s bread and butter builds. Don’t let that fool you – this engine is packed with unique features and the performance to back it all up. Check it out.
This summer, we got the chance to visit Spartanburg, SC and Noonan Race Engineering‘s new state-of-the-art facility. The Noonan operation is top notch through and through, and it shows in engine builds like this supercharged 4.900 bore space Hemi. Noonan’s Barry Pettit walks us through all the details in this Engine of the Week!
Not to be confused with twin-turbocharging, twin-charging is the innovative combination of a supercharger and a turbocharger. It’s nothing new – Lancia, Nissan and Volkswagen were among the first to use the combination back in the ‘80s, but it’s hardly common today.
In an effort to keep his 1957 Bel Air mostly original, Stew Hill kept the car primarily steel, but opted for a fiberglass hood. Under the hood, however, is a ProCharged 406 cid small block Chevy built by Riegel Engines. Check it out!
These Hemi pistons are made from 2618 material for high horsepower, boosted applications and are rated for 2,000 HP.
Owned by Scott Mueller since the 1980s, this 1934 Ford hot rod features a supercharged 406 cubic inch small block Chevy engine capable of 1,000 horsepower and low-8-second passes. Check it out!
Scott Mueller is no drag-and-drive rookie. He’s been drag racing and daily driving his 1934 hot rod for a number of years. Helping him compete is a supercharged 406 cubic inch small block Chevy and we got the details during Sick Week 2023 at Gainesville Raceway. It’s our Engine of the Week.
The 3.0L EcoDiesel is known for its incredible fuel economy and low-end torque, not necessarily for its high-horsepower capabilities. But that won’t stop some from building a formidable Pike’s Peak race engine with both turbocharging and supercharging. Check it out!
Not all engines are created equal! Just check out this blown 526 4.900″ Chevy Hemi engine built by Nick Bacalis of Bullet Racing Engines for a Pro Mod application. This engine’s bells and whistles help it make 3,500 horsepower!
Not all engines are created equal. Case in point is this blown Hemi engine built by Nick Bacalis and Bullet Racing Engines. It’s a 4.900″ Chevy/Hemi one-off build designed by PJS Racing for Pro Mod and truck pull applications. The engine combo can also be paired with twin-turbos or a ProCharger set up. It’s our