When it comes to selecting a carburetor for your race engine it can be confusing when looking at all the options that are available. Most people think bigger is better but is it really? Whether you are selecting a street, high-performance street/strip or a race only carburetor, there are several factors that should be considered before making your final selection.
With cleaning being one of the most important processes of the job, it takes several units to get the job done. Hopefully it will be wired up and washing by later this afternoon.
We have pulled the trigger on another Rottler block center. This one is the F69A CNC, we strive for excellence here at the shop also attention to detail and this machine will help speed that process up even more. With the add of the CNC H85AX last winter we seen right away the speed gained from Rottlers CNC machines so it is now time to add the F69A to the shop. We are looking very forward to this coming in, it will be a minute or so before that happens, it will be built and displayed at this years 2021 PRI Rottler booth. This machine adds even more capability to the shop over our F65M that we currently use so we are looking forward to that as well. Looking forward to serving more and more customers as the business continue’s to grow, keep an eye on the page for more updates.
We not only do race engines here at Baldwin Racing Engines, but we also do stock rebuilds, tractor engines, forklifts and skid steers and basically everything in between.
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We are preparing a new 355 full roller derby engine that will be ready for purchase in a few weeks. GM block 4.030 bore, piston cooling jets, Eagle balanced crank, custom roller cam and lifters, ARP head fasteners, World heads fully prepped w/ roller rockers, Edelbrock intake, Fast HEI tuned distributor with your choice of BRE plug wires. Engine will be broke in on the new SuperFlow dyno and ready for action. You can always add carb and pulleys if needed. This build sells for 6350.00, we had to sub out some of the normal parts with a few other more expensive items so the cost has raised some but we can build a few more like this one now.
Also derby guys just to let you know, we have finally got hooked up with a core block supply so we can now start offering derby engine builds again. Lots of new technology as been gained since that last builds going out, we look forward to building some long run derby engine again.
Starting with a fully blueprinted 6.0 block, it will be line honed, bored, decked and then torque plate honed on the Rottler CNC Diamond hone. Rotating assembly will consist of a K1 forged crankshaft, Callie’s rods and Wiseco pistons 9.5:1 or 10.5:1, fully balanced on the CWT balancer and then final washed and meticulously measured for bearing clearance and assembled. This sells for 5250.00 and parts are in stock to build. Any further questions contact us at 573-788-2329
When it comes to selecting a carburetor for your race engine it can be confusing when looking at all the options that are available.
Most people think bigger is better but is it really? Whether you are selecting a street, high-performance street/strip or a race only carburetor, there are several factors that should be considered before making your final selection.
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