When it comes to building an engine block, there are some rules. Rules that should always be followed. Building an engine block is not
really a “HARD” task, it’s really just nuts and bolts. But if we cheat, or ignore the rules, ignore the process, we can set our engine up for failure.
I had the amazing opportunity to bring my engine block to NASCAR Technical Institute for some help on assembly. Having a master engine builder give you guidance and advice on assembling an engine is a chance you don’t miss. It’s also amazing to hear the amount of knowledge they have about engines. Mr Wolfe will probably forget more about engine before lunch than I will ever know. A bug time thank you to him, and the team at NTI for helping me out on this end of the project.
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