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  • NSS Racing Engine Builders - Who Built Yours?

    This topic is for the discussion of NSS Racing Engine Builders. Discuss anything related to your engine
    • Who built it
    • How happy are you
    • Parts used
    • cst
    • would you use them again or do you plan to use another if so Who?
    Click that chain link icon next to the camera above, and paste a link to your engine builder's web site






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  • #2
    I've used Indy Cylinder Head for my last three engines (for three different cars), and I feel like they screwed me badly. Another than go into the details again, I'm just moving on.

    I'm currently having Damon at Diamondback Engines building a 440 motor from a used block I have and new rods and crank, and the Iron Max Wedge heads, intake and cam from last motor. Damon built my first race motor, a 540ci that I ran in Big Red Ram for a few years - and it was my best race motor.
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    • #3
      Automotive Machine Service in Albuquerque New Mexico at 1645 2nd st does all the machine work for me.
      I build/assemble my engines myself.
      Indy Cylinder Heads has supplied rotating assembly’s for two engines so far. Running both Indy and edelbrock Heads Indy has been decent to work with.
      I run eagle rods with good results. But have moved up to Callie cranks because of an eagle failure.
      I run jesel belts, they help reduce harmonics that can have a negative effect on engine life. Plus cam timing changes are worthy tuning considerations. As well a high quality harmonic balancer.
      Premium parts in, premium results out, and longevity. Have over 400 passes on a 526 stock block combination make 750HP with minor maintenance.

      Wedge Power
      63 Savoy
      High Voltage

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      • #4
        Don Baxter built this engine. I'm happy with it and will be much happier once the chassis is done.
        B1 MC Heads
        Ross Pistons, BME rods , Bryant Crank, Comp Cams.

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        • #5
          • Who built it
          • My friend Steven does the machine work. One man show. He's real slow, but real good. I do everything else.
          • How happy are you
          • Can't complain, wouldn't do any good. My builder won't listen to anybody!
          • Parts used
          • Whatever's laying around, salvaged, leftover, comes in HappyMeal boxes, or cheep!
          • cost
          • (see #3)
          • would you use them again or do you plan to use another if so Who?
          • Can't fire the engine builder (/driver/banker/truck driver/tuner/shop rat////). He works too cheap!
          1965 Malibu SS - "Tennessee Flash" NSS

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