Chevrolet took the wraps off of its all-new Midget racing engine May 7 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The new engine will be available to all USAC competitors through independent engine builders. The methanol-burning 2. The lightweight, inline-four-cylinder features an aluminum block and cylinder head with two valves per cylinder. Per USAC rules, the Chevy Midget engine is equipped with mechanical fuel injection and uses an electronic ignition system. In the past, we've competed with engines that were based on Chevy parts but weren't necessarily a Chevrolet engine.
KMOD Stage: 4 K24 Circle Track (Midget Class Engine)-450hp All-Motor
KMOD Stage: 4 K24 Circle Track (Midget Class Engine)hp All-Motor – KMOD Performance
The team at Peter May Engineering works in partnership with their customers to deliver race-winning performance and superb reliability whatever car, championship or event they compete in. Engineered to bespoke customer requirements, we can deliver a race engine to suit your exact needs. From full house long stroke race units, to strict FIA historic engines, we have the race-winning pedigree to build any specification required. For 40 years our engineers have been developing engines that can outperform much larger competition, yet still deliver incredible reliability. Every engine is approached in the same manner. Every one of our engines is built using state-of-the-art machining processes and equipment.
Can a sealed Midget engine compete with an open engine? Should it? The crew at Esslinger Engineering thinks so. They have taken it to the next level, proving that you can not only compete, but win with the EST sealed engine. And the kicker is, it puts out about 35 less horsepower than its open engine counterpart!
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