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Video Gallery

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Racer’s Library

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Click Image to Read Review Note:   All books reviewed here are promotional copies provided by the publisher for review purposes. They are identical to commercially available copies. Sample photos from each book are copyrighted by the authors and used here by permission.                                  

Summit Racing 1:6 Scale Top Fuel Ford Cammer Racing Engine

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Here's another great 1:6 scale racing engine from the Summit Racing model engine collection. These are great looking engines from any angle especially in a display case backed by a mirror. They look good surrounded by your die-cast car collection or as stand alone accents on your desk. This historically correct model of one of drag racing’s most powerful racing engines is...

Engine Book Library

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Note: All books reviewed here are promotional copies provide by the publisher for review purposes. They are identical to commercially available copies. Sample photos from each book are copyrighted by the authors and used here by permission...

Dart 565 Cubic Inch Big Block Chevy

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Our Dart based 565 cubic inch big block Chevy was built for a 1990 Pontiac Trans Am running at Bonneville. It runs in the AA/Gas Coupe class where the current record is 263.603 MPH. A larger engine is likely more desirable in this class and room has been left to enlarge the engine if necessary. This particular combination was chosen because it permits 7000-plus RPM while keeping the mean piston speed below 5000 feet per minute. The Dart Big M block uses a 4.600-inch bore which leaves room for future enlargement while the 4.250 stroke maintains the desired piston speed […]
Stgraight Shot Oiling

Straight Shot Oiling

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Many years ago racers decided that cross-drilling an additional hole straight through the mains provided better lubrication to the bearings, likely a result of trying to fix an oiling problem or some other problem caused by improper clearances and bearings that were not originally designed for the stress of a racing environment.