Owner Pat Musi of Pat Musi Performance is a Pro Street/Pro Modified racer with eight championship titles credited to his name in the competitive Pro Street ranks. Last year marked not only the 40th anniversary of Pat Musi Performance but also Pat's successful return to NHRA as the winner of the NHRA Norwalk Pro Mod Event.
He certainly hasn't slowed down after all these years. Three years ago Pat Musi Performance moved into a brand-new 10,000 square foot facility. The shop builds everything from stock engines for restoration projects to street performance and bracket racing engines, and of course Pro Modified/Pro Street bullets in excess of 900ci.
Musi contributes to the R&D of many products for several companies, most notably Edelbrock where his name is worn on a line of cylinder heads and crate engines. He also works with the engineers at that company on nitrous oxide system development and EFI technologies.
His customer, Joe Dunne, currently holds the NMCA Pro Street record with a 6.19 using a Musi 864 engine and Edelbrock XT-R EFI and Edelbrock Nitrous.
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Pat Musi Performance is a full service High Performance machine shop
WE SPECIALIZE IN BUILDING HIGH PERFORMANCE RACE ENGINES
Racing engines are not our hobby, they are our business. Our expertise is built on winning races and we are always on the cutting edge. Through racing we can develop the best parts for your race engines. Our "Popeye" racecar is always at the front of the pack therefore ensuring you get what really works. All our motors are custom built to the task required, from Street/Bracket Racing to Pro Race Series.
Pat Musi Performance started his performance engine building business in 1970. A long time drag racer Pat decided to make to move into the premier door slammer category Pro Stock in 1974. During the seven years that he raced Pro Stock full time Pat used the experience gained in competition to benefit his customers. The tweaks found in his race engine made their way to customers engines. After partial seasons in 1985-89 Pat took some time to himself and his business. Seeing old time nemesis Tony Christian racing in the new "Street Car" arena made Pat think the time was right for a return to the track. Using a '69 Camaro built by Willie Rells and Musi power the "Popeye" car and Musi quickly became fan favorites. Pat went on to win the NMCA Pro Street Championship in 1997, along with back to back NSCA Pro Street Championships from 2000-2004, with the Willie Relles '99 Firebird and the Grebeck Racecraft '69 Camaro.
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