Big congrats to Bubba and team for winning the Horsepower Heros at Summernats 32. The twin turbo Commodore cranked out 2483hp!
Well done to Ari for coming runner-up in the 235 radial class at No Excuses held at Ballarat Airport over the weekend. The supercharged LS3 features our CNC heads.
Frank Marchese and the Dandy Engines crew not only completed the rigorous Drag Challenge week this year but took first place outright on their first attempt!
George’s Holden 383 on the dyno at Dandy Engines. This engine features our CNC ported 4-bolt Holden alloy heads as well as our prototype Holden inlet manifold that easily yielded over 700hp on pump fuel.
Nice feature on Quentin’s 7-second Torana which features our CNC ported GM LS heads.
Great to see Harrop has released a supercharger kit for the Holden V8. This engine made great power on pump fuel and utilizes our CNC ported cast iron EFI heads.
Horsepower levels that were once thought out of reach for street based naturally aspirated engines are now becoming reality. Ongoing research and development has resulted in our proven 900 plus horsepower small block Ford capable cylinder head and intake manifold solution. Now it’s one thing to achieve this on race fuel but this combination is making the numbers on regular …
We have a few new products on the go for 2018! LSA supercharger manifold porting now available. Different options available. Call for pricing.
NA v Supercharged at Harrop Performance Centre. Great to support a professional outfit like Harrop. There is an age-old argument about which is better NA or Supercharged, while we don’t want to try and solve it, we take a look at the different characteristics of two LS3 cars that took a different path to enhanced performance.
Well known cylinder head specialist Nathan Higgins of Higgins Race Developments uncovered. HRD was the first Australian company to manufacture a 6-bolt LS cylinder head and in more recent times are now manufacturing Ford Small block and Holden V8 CNC ported cylinder heads.
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