The LS dirt track engines are finally gaining momentum in the dirt world and racers are getting to experience first-hand what we have been talking about since 2011; the power, flatter torque curves, half the cost (in most cases) and lighter all aluminum builds. There are so many bonuses to this engine platform. What would you expect to pay for a 15° aluminum head with light weight 8mm valve stems (for a more stable valve train)? What about an aluminum head a with a 2.160 intake valve that will flow in the 350 cfm range with moderate porting? Or a…
Well over 100 used Hoosier modified tires. A's, D's, H', M-30's, M-60's. Some are on wheels that may be bent or have issues.
MUST PICK UP at our shop in Mt. Carmel, IL.
Plus we couldn’t do it with out all the help from our great crew here at the shop, always striving to make things better, stronger and faster!!
This and all our Dirt Late Model, Modified and Sprint LS packages come in several versions, we are always glad to answer questions on these new builds coming into the dirt world. They are typically less expensive to build, cheaper to maintain, they make great power and torque, just as light and lighter now on the top end versions, just an all around good deal with more things to come.
After 52 weeks of engines presented in Engine Builder magazine’s Engine of the Week series sponsored by Penn Grade Motor Oil and Cometic Gasket, the Engine of the Year contest was narrowed down to 10 engines. Following a voting contest in November, Baldwin Racing Engines’ 440 LS Late-Model Dirt engine came away the winner!
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Congratulations on an awesome year! Way to bring in the St. Francois County Raceway 2018 Championship Win!
Joseph Lagrander wins at Winter Slam Demolition Derby in ST. Peter
Gordy Gundecker and A-One Towing Feature Win at the DIRTcar Nationals in Volusia