IMCA partners provide parts for Saturday built engine awards

BOONE, Iowa – Four built engines with a retail value in excess of $20,000 will be given away following the Saturday night, Sept. 7 program at the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.

Champions or the otherwise highest-finishing claim engine drivers in the Modified, Stock Car, Hobby Stock and Northern SportMod divisions receive 360 cubic inch claim engines.

The Modified recipient gets a World Products headed engine with a custom Erson camshaft.

PBM Performance provides the pistons, rings, crankshaft, I-beam rods, rocker arms, pushrods, lifters, valves, valve springs, retainers, valve locks, valve stem seals, guide plates, valve covers, valve cover gaskets, breathers, harmonic balancer, timing set, block parts kit, cam lock kit, cam button, ARP bolts, gaskets and seals.

The oil pan is from Kevko. Kevin Stoa at KS Engineering in Albert Lea, Minn., built the Modified engine.

“PBM Performance really led the charge on the Modified engine and provided the entire recipe for this project,” noted IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “This engine will be a twin to the engine currently in Stoa’s Modified and one that’s run at the front of both the Harris Clash and the Night of 1,000 Stars.”

EQ provided the cylinder heads and Howards Cams the custom camshaft for the Stock Car en­gine.

The gasket kit, guide plates, cam button, timing chain set, oil filter adapter and rod, main and cam bearings are from Speedway Motors.

Pistons and rings are from JE, the intake from Edelbrock, valves and push rods from Competition Products, the oil pan from Champ Pans and the roller rocker arms from Scorpion.

Summit Racing Products provides the Eagle crankshaft, Melling oil pump, Canton valley tray, ARP bolts and Pioneer harmonic balancer.

EQ also provided the cylinder heads and Howards the custom camshaft for the Northern SportMod engine.

Speedway Motors gave the roller tip rocker arms, gasket kit, guide plates, cam button, timing chain set, oil filter adapter and rod, main and cam bearings.

The oil pan is courtesy of Champ Pans, valves and push rods are from Competition Products, pistons and rings from JE and the intake from Edelbrock.

Scat and PAC provided the rods and racing springs, respectively, for the Stock Car and Northern SportMod engines built by Fisher Race Engines of Oshkosh, Wis.

The Hobby Stock engine has a 4-bolt main GM block, EQ cylinder heads, custom camshaft and oil hole lifters from Howards and a Champ Pans oil pan.

Speedway Motors provided the Comp rocker arms and Manley push rods.

The intake is from Edelbrock.

Providing the Eagle crankshaft, Melling oil pump, Moroso valley tray, ARP bolts and Pioneer har­monic balancer was Summit Racing Products.

Dr. J’s Performance of Anaheim, Calif., built the Hobby Stock engine, which also includes pistons and rings from CP and Scat I-beam rods.

“I have to give a lot of credit to Eric Haugland at EngineQuest for taking the point on the Stock Car, SportMod and Hobby Stock builds. We worked together to find two great engine builders for this project and a lot of aftermarket parts manufacturers and suppliers who supported the mission,” Yoder emphasized. “Companies like EQ, Howards Cams, JE Pistons, Edelbrock, Scorpion Performance and Champ Pans provided the key charter gifts and Competition Products, Speedway Motors and Summit Racing Equipment filled in the gaps to reach our goal and help assemble really high quality powerplants.”

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