In just over 3 months time, Chris Hein got this 1933 Factory Five Racing Ford 3-window coupe put together with a twin-turbo 6.2L LSA engine to tackle his first Sick Week. Not only did Chris’ combo finish the week without any issues, but he captured a 3rd place finish in the Stick Shift class. Hear
Chris Hein’s 1933 Factory Five Racing Ford 3-window coupe and its twin-turbo 6.2L LSA engine were put together in the span of three months. The combo not only survived Sick Week 2023, but it thrived in the Stick Shift class, securing a 3rd-place finish. Check it out!
Somewhere in the range of 1,500-1,700 horsepower, this LS-powered ’68 Chevelle made a new personal best pass for owner Tanner Stover at Sick Week this year. Check it out!
This 1968 Chevelle, owned by Tanner Stover, was thought out from the beginning to handle drag-and-drive competitions, and no detail was left undone. The gorgeous car features a twin-turbo 427 cubic inch LS engine capable of running 7-second passes! It’s our Engine of the Week!
Kyle Morris of Steve Morris Engines built up this 1996 Mustang with a twin-turbo 347 cubic inch small block Ford engine primarily by himself. It’s been about a decade in the making, but now Kyle has a 7-second capable car primed for drag-and-drive competition. See what went into the 1,800-hp engine!
As Steve Morris’ son, Kyle Morris is no stranger to engine work and drag racing from his seat at Steve Morris Engines. This 1996 Mustang was purchased by Kyle at the age of 15, and he now has it ready to rip 7- and 8-second 1/4-mile passes thanks to an 1,800-horsepower, twin-turbo small block Ford
Just one of only a few women competing at Sick Week this year, Tina Pierce of Tina Pierce Racing had her 1966 Chevy II Nova dialed in. Thanks to a twin-turbo 509 cid big block Chevy engine, the car ran some personal bests and nearly cracked the 200 mph mark. Check it out!
Striving to make 200-mph passes during Sick Week, we came away impressed by Tina Pierce and her Chevy II Nova, which features a twin-turbo 509 cubic inch big block Chevy engine. The race veteran was attending her first Sick Week and we got the details of her drag-and-drive setup in this episode of Engine of
If you’re anything like us, when you see full station wagons drag racing, you stop and take notice. However, when you see a Hearse take to the start line, your brain explodes a little bit. Case in point is Jason Pickett’s 1993 Buick Roadmaster Hearse with a twin-turbo 427 cid LS3 engine capable of 8-second passes!
A Hearse isn’t your typical drag car, but that didn’t stop Jason Pickett from outfitting his 1993 Buick Roadmaster Hearse with all the necessities for the track and the street, including a twin-turbo LS3 engine. This Hearse is definitely “Haulin’ Ash” and it’s our Engine of the Week!
The last thing that comes to mind when thinking of a Lamborghini is a diesel engine, but that apparently wasn’t the case for the guys at 1 Way Diesel Performance…
If you’ve ever seen a properly built “Bandit-style” Trans Am, it’s likely one of your favorite cars. Our whole crew was jealous of Nick Weigand at this year’s Sick Week, as Nick showed up in Florida with a 1977 Pontiac Trans Am that was just built beautifully, and featured a twin-turbo 461 cubic inch Pontiac engine under the wing-adorned hood.