I am fantastic with motors, i know how to make serious power whether its naturally asperated or forced induction.
keep in mind i dont take pics of 90% of my builds but everything on this page has been rebuilt.
I do a lot with cars, trucks, bikes, atvs, and boats.
If you want to see and know more about this engine go the “Turbo Ranger Race Truck” part of my website
This is a Ford Falcon with a 289 engine, I made a blueprint and got an extra 100HP out of it by installing High Flowing aluminum heads, roller rockers, high performance intake, performance camshaft, and various other bits. The car moved before but now its pulls supper hard!
This sweet little gem needed an engine rebuild because the transmission had major problems. I have rebuilt many of this style Honda motors.
Most of these horizontal cylinder Honda’s have some scoring on the pistons even when they run flawlessly.
The cam chain tensioner spring was “like new”…
It turned out the input shaft was seriously warped.
Another very common problem with these little Honda’s is their shifter forks get wore out and so do the pin that ride in the shift drum.
By final assembly it had a host of new parts all working together to run flawlessly.
This Little jet ski had problems so I bored the top end, put Wiseco pistons in, rebuilt the carb, and put a new jet pump on it. It ran great after!
This is my Personal Motorcycle, 1991 Kawasaki KDX200 That is street legal, power valve, water cooled, two stroke. supper light and lots of power! I have done a lot to this bike, custom headlight, custom brake light sensor, custom painted engine/frame/swingarm. Complete engine rebuild including what I call bulletproofing which is done by removing the chrome plating and having a custom cylinder sleeve made, forged wiseco piston, and a new balanced connecting rod.
Believe it or not this bike still started first kick with this Piston:
This 1969 ford f250 ran good but had a cracked block. So i took the old motor out and put this rebuilt 390 in. Its an upgrade to no leaks in exhaust, 4 barrel carb, and electronic ignition. I also simplified a lot of stuff under the hood and removed a lot of surface rust and painted everything to make it look 100 times nicer! It is definitely my favorite ford body style!
This little cb100 showed up literally as a rust bucket, but it left a gem! Motor, paint, custom rear seat, everything was rebuilt and painted by me.
I have rebuilt a lot of harleys, and they are much quicker and easier than a lot of Japanese bikes.
Yamaha xs series motors are something I have a lot of experience with, and know a lot of tips and tricks!
I rebuilt both of these two bikes