Run 2 – Darrick Vaseleniuck – SBC/SB2
Run 3 – Ben Robey – SBF/Trick Flow Windsor
Power Technology Consultants
Harold worked for Superflow for 26 years and will speak about how to interpret dyno results looking at correction factors, inertia factors and what to look for when renting dyno time.
Abe Morales & Rick Williams
Tech Line Coatings
Coatings have come a long way over the decades. What engine builders used to have to send out in the past will learn how they can do coatings in their own shop.
Run 7 – Josh Myers – LS/LS7
There is more to headers than just picking 4-1 vs 4-2-1. Today there are more choices of material and which will work best in your application. Cost is always a factor and that will be spelled out.
Run 9 – Tim Davis – BBF/Super Cobra
Richard GladyVP Racing Fuels is best known as the World Leader in Fuel Technology®, fueling champions in virtually every form of motorsport on land, sea and air since 1975. VP’s most recent diversification efforts include the introduction of VP Hi-Performance, Classic and Pro Grade Racing Lubricants amongst a vast array of custom blends for custom needs.
Run 10 – Brandon Tyson – LS/LS3
You want a broad power band? There is more to be found in headers than you realize. Calvin will also explain why most engine builders have too large a primary.
Run 11 – Eric Roycroft – LS/LS3
Cecil worked in many top NASCAR engine shops over the years in valve train stability. You’ll learn where the weak link in the valve train can usually be found.
Run 13 – SAM School – SBC/SB2
MBE Cylinder Heads & Manifolds
For many years before opening his own shop with some of the most sophisticated equipment, Matt worked for some of the top teams in cylinder head and manifold development. You’ll find out why that half inch on both sides of the valve seat is even “more important” than you think.
Run 14 – Jammie Wells – LS/SBC Hybrid/LS
Victory 1 Performance
Deciding how to spend/choose on parts for your next engine is never easy. Why going with titanium intake valves for more HP and making life easier on your valve train may be worth taking a hard look at.
Dale Cubic and Wes Kiser
Panel Discussion: Dale on Carbs and Wes on EFI
Dale: CFM Performance Carburetors
This will be a panel discussion format moderated by Harold Bettes. Dale will explain why a dyno carb is different than your street strip carb and when EFI may be a better choice. Wes is a UNCC engineer graduate who worked at Roush Yates when the switch from carb to EFI took place. Whether it was injector placement/phasing/sizing, if they could think of it they tried it.
First of the top two engines compete to win.
David Vizard – Part IDavid Vizard Performance Engines David Vizard, research engineer, is not new to the seminar circuit given his success in holding many seminars over the years. As of today, David told us he is working on some new insights that he will be ready to share at this seminar.
Second of the top two engines compete to win.
Winning Engine Teardown
It is typical for this type of event to tear the winning engine down in public view to verify the engine met the technical rules. Ticket holders have the opportunity to see the customizations of a high-performance engine during the teardown.
David Vizard Part IIDavid Vizard Performance Engines
During this session David will demonstrate his Torque Master Cam and Component Selector software program. At the end of this lecture attendees will receive a “free” copy of this software program.
Find out why the winner thinks his engine combination was the ‘winning combination’ in the 2019 Race Engine Challenge Presented by VP Racing Fuels and Lubricants.
The Last Pull
• A select number of TEC ticket holders will have the opportunity to sit down at the controls of the SuperFlow Dyno and make those final pulls of the 2019 REC & TEC.
• It’s one thing to look at dyno numbers and another thing to feel the power as you push the lever forward.
• A co-pilot will be there with you.
• Check back for additional Saturday events.
• The REC & TEC is six days of engine action and tech talk.
Conference ticket holders have six days to learn from technical experts, industry leaders and from discussions about the live streamed dyno pull results. Feel the excitement as engines rumble to a roar, a mere 40 feet from your conference seat.
A select group of race engine builders from around the country will gather to compete in the second year of the Race Engine Challenge American Iron 2-Valve Shootout to be held September 16 – 21, 2019 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Ticket holders can mingle with speakers, the competitors and see engines built for speed and horsepower. This is a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with an exceptional amount of talent & raw engine power – in one event.