Livonia, MI (December 12, 2005) – Roush Performance announces the debut of a brand new performance engine, built and designed specifically for NMRA Hot Street racing.
The Roush NMRA Hot Street engine can be built with a displacement of 360, 400, or 440 cubic inches. Every part and component is custom tailored for each engine displacement. A Dart Iron Eagle block, Edelbrock ported Victor/Glidden cylinder heads, custom forged or billet crankshaft, and custom JE pistons are just a few of the components that make up the Roush NMRA Hot Street.
“This engine is the result of all the knowledge we’ve gained throughout the years of participating in motor sports,” said Ben Mens, Engine Build Facility Manager at Roush Performance. “It is completely custom-built for anyone who wants to participate in the NMRA Hot Street class.”
A 400 cubic inch Roush NMRA Hot Street Performance Engine currently holds the 2005 National E.T. record.
Also coming soon is a Roush Top Sportsman Big Block Ford drag race engine, a high end, high horsepower engine that acts as a platform for any configuration. Check the official Roush Performance Engines website for more details.
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