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    Baldwin Racing Engines We offer a full service machine shop and dyno service! Need a freshen, we can do that as well.

Great Job on 1st, 2nd and 3rd!!!

Mark Cioppa. Ben Haust. Josh Wetmore Ben Haust gets the Maddog.

Congratulations Wyatt!

IT'S DYNO TIME!!

  • 53 Belair
  • 355 Derby Engine
  • 423 Drag Engine
  • 383 Derby Engine
  • 355 Street Engine

 

53 Belair on the chassis dyno.  It has a  355 with a small blower, it made 475hp and 651ftlbs

Here is the latest 355 on the dyno, 410.7hp@5550 and 457.0@3000

The 423 made 589.5hp and 621.5ftlbs, nice little sbc for a Nova drag car

We are tuned in and ready with the newest of the 383 derby engine, it ended up with 464hp@5500 and 515ftlbs@3500.

AFR headed 355 making 511hp and 475ftlbs on pump gas

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Baldwin Cradle

Check out our cradles!  We will get pricing together on them very soon.

 

Congratulations to Rick Clarke!

Congrats Rick for your win at the Cambridge Fair! Way to keep the wins coming in!

Congrats to Jacob Rexing!

Congratulations to Jacob Rexing on the $3,100.00 big show win in Tri City! Great job on locking up the track championship!

 

NHRA Missouri State Championship Super Pro Winner!

Congratulations to Ronnie Slayden for his win of the the NHRA Missouri State Championship Super Pro title!

 

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We custom build and modify engines for your performance needs. Demolition Derby, Dirt Track, Asphalt, Drag or even Pull Truck!  Need a freshen or rebuild, we can handle that as well.  If you can't find what you are looking for, give us a call. 573-788-2329

Dart LS Next for Dirt

If you haven’t considered an LS engine as a viable option for your race car, it is the 21st century small block.

The decade that has passed since the LS engine family was introduced has been nothing short of revolutionary. Dart’s LS Next block is the first significant change in the architecture of the LS engine platform. By eliminating the “Y-block” design and utilizing conventional style main caps and oil pans, Dart has addressed the problems resulting from the LS engine’s separated crankcase bays. Windage is greatly reduced, resulting in increased power along with a much stronger main web area. They have applied the inherent advantages of a cam-in-block engine design-low end torque, compact dimensions and minimal complexity-to state of the art design and manufacturing techniques, creating a clean-sheet engine family. LS engines are capable of exceptional performance per displacement and greater efficiency than the vintage small block.

From a racers standpoint, the LS series is a godsend. In addition to excellent durability, the platform offers great interchangeability with literally dozens of combinations enabled by a proliferation of regular-production and high performance blocks, cylinder heads, induction systems and all the related components.

Forward-thinking enthusiasts and racers who joined the LS family early saw great results; and their experience is driving the new wave of high performance engine building. LS engines are adaptable to older street rods as well as any racing project allowing racers to retro-fit the new LS engine in place of vintage small blocks allowing modern performance.

Here at Baldwin Racing Engines we recognize the LS-series as the next great chapter in racing and we are proud to bring it to you. Check out our LS packages for the dirt, demolition derby and drag racing world and let us be the ones to introduce you to the future of motorsport's.