Engines I've tuned

Cool burnout of the Challenger running the blown HEMI shown below.

Here's that blown HEMI I originally built for a customer. It uses injectors above and below the blower and runs sequential injection with the cam sensor mounted off the gear drive.  It produces right around 1800 HP at a little over 10 lbs of boost.

I have seen some very nice wiring jobs on some cool cars,
but this was something else. This is a picture of what's behind the dash.
For this tuning session the dash was sitting on a table, on the other side of the car,
wired in with an umbilical. Most of this is not EFI related, but it still shows what a wiring expert can do
with time on his hands.

Here's the new coil-on-plug, all aluminum, blown Mopar.
After a few hours I had this puppy singing :^)

  A very cool 572" street HEMI that had the flattest torque curve I ever saw - never dropped below 600 ft lbs from 2500 RPM to red line. 

Awesome street engine, pump gas, dual throttle bodies, hydraulic cam, and FAST XFI.


Here is a shot of that 542" pump gas
torque engine launching a very heavy car.

Here is my old 1964 HEMI Dodge.

I was surprised to find out that the new owner took the car to the famous Hot August Nights in Reno NV.

Barrett-Jackson has a special car show award series called the Barrett-Jackson Cup.

From over 3000 cars the Dodge made it to the final 25.
I was a proud Papa.

This picture was taken from inside a casino where the final 25 were staged.

Here is a shot of the HEMI.

This is the engine I build in my book:
"How to Build Max-Performance HEMI Engines"

Its XFI injected with an XIM controller for the coil-near-plug implementation.

It also has an EDASH so the driver can monitor what the beast is doing.

Here is a 542" Mopar wedge I just finished for a heavy drag car where the owner wanted to run low octane fuel and keep the RPMs down, so I used a large stroke (4.5"), and
I designed a relatively mild cam, with low compression.

Results looked like a DIESEL!

Well over 700 ft/lbs at 4500 RPM
over 700 HP at 6200 RPM.

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