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If you like going fast and want to go faster, chances are likely that you’ve spent time searching for someone that can help. After all, building an engine, or a whole car for that matter, is not something to be taken lightly. Let us know things like how much your car weighs and what wheelbase you run. Then we can get into specifics. Maybe you want to use Caltracs in the rear. Maybe you need to stay with stock leaf springs. It’s likely you’re full of questions. How much preload on the Caltracs? Do I need a pinion snubber? Does it make sense to grind my pyramids in front? Should I run 90/10’s? What about 6 cylinder torsion bars? And how should they be adjusted? Do I sit in the car during alignment?

8 Questions 8 Replies

  • James Holder

    Hello,
    I’m looking to buy a Duster to run class with. I came across a 71 (small block) Duster that states it came out of your shop? Request to know if in facts it was raced prior out of your stable? If so I have some questions about the car. Lastly I would like to say thanks for all you have done for our sport of drag racing.
    Regards,
    James Holder

    • Ken - Bob Mazzolini Racing

      We have had a few out of our shop. Give me some details and I will help as much as I can. I know of one that is currently in New York.
      Ken

    • Ken - Bob Mazzolini Racing

      We have what you need. We sell our pro parts headers #88170,which are made exclusively for us by TTI. As long as the motor is in the correct location they go right in. Check them out on our website in the A-body exhaust section.

  • Sid Mayley

    My son want my 2002 Durango for graduation present. Its a 5.2. The truck is in excellent condition, my son did ask if I could make it more powerful so it would atleast do a burn out.
    My question is what would it cost for you to build me a motor that could be turn key that would give this some decent power.
    He has kept his word and stayed on the honor roll. I want to do this for him.
    I want him to be at least respectable street racing.
    Also should I change the transmission/ rear end.
    I know this is a costly request but well worth him doing so well in school.
    Thanks Sid

  • john bindig

    Hi Folks, could you possibly tell me what the over all length is for the left and right axle shafts in the Dana 60 that is in my 1969 roadrunner. ( Axle flange to end of spline.)

  • Steve

    I have a low mile 1960s 440 out of a new yorker, I have a set of stealth aluminum heads 84cc i’d like to put a decent cam and lifter set into. its going in a 1966 Plymouth Fury 111, 390 gears. a transmission you built with a reverse valve body and 2700 stall. i have the MSD distributor wires coil you sold me, John at Engine Dynamics built the Holly, Neil set up the MSD distributor. it has an Edelbrock torquer manifold on it.

    Question is, what cam would you suggest to get this big beast up and moving forward?

    • Bob - Bob Mazzolini Racing

      I WOULD LIKE YOU TO RUN A SOLID LIFTER ROLLER,WE HAHE A GREAT PROFILE TO GO WITH THOSE HEADS.EDEL.PERFORMER RPM WOULD HELP ALSO.A 2500 STALL FROM HUGHES WOULD PROBABLY WORK TOO. CALL ME BOB 951 787 8783

  • Paul Buttigieg

    I have a 1976 Plymouth Volare with a 360 4 barrel V8. I run a Carter Thermoquad and 340 cast iron intake along with headers. I’m rebuilding the original radiator (26″ x 18″) and would like know what thermostat you would recommend.

    Thank you.

    Paul

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