Look below for a gallery of some of the engines ERM Racing Motors has completed and delivered to clients.
Chevy 383 Stroker
This 383 began as a rusty four bolt main 010 block before a trip to the machine shop gave it new life. An Eagle rotating assembly with King bearings and Hastings rings completed the short block. ARP bolts throughout the engine and Promaxx Series One aluminum heads added strength and power. For an intake we used an Edelbrock Performer with a 750cfm carbuerator on top. This engine is estimated to make about 425 horsepower at the flywheel.
FAST EFI Chevy 383
Another grimy 4 bolt main 010 block turned into this monster. This engine follows the same formula as our other 383, using an Eagle rotating assembly, King bearings and Hastings rings. For this build we chose Blueprint aluminum heads sporting CNCed combustion chambers and dual valve springs. On top sat the FAST EFI fuel injection kit complete with RHS intake, fuel rails, throttle body, and complete wiring harness. In front, a ribbed belt set up while a 700R4 connects to the back. This engine should make 500 horsepower to the flywheel.
This red 350 is a great example of how our stock rebuild turns out. This engine is a two bolt main that was decked, line honed, bored, and honed. The heads were treated to new seats, valves, valve springs, retainers, and keepers. The rotating assembly was balanced and the crank was custom ground.
Another style of stock rebuild shown in a different color. This black and silver engine came out clean and shiny with a nice set of chrome valve covers. This engine is another two bolt main that received full machine work to the block and heads, all new internals, and shipped off to a happy client in Denmark.
Classic Chevy 350
ERM sourced and rebuilt this engine for a client who wanted to upgrade to a one piece rear main seal block with a roller cam. We refurbished the orginal intake so that he could keep his two barrel carburetor, and topped off the engine with classy black valve covers. This engine will be powering the client's 1964 C10 for many years to come.