A new custom Borowski 700 HP, naturally-aspirated LS Street Engine loaded with COMP CAM parts will once again go to a lucky winner.
PROhibition, podcast tapings, poster signings, and a Borowski Race engine will highlight the Internet Brands Auto Group booth experience.
Randall Sipes is the lucky winner of the custom Borowski 700 HP, naturally-aspirated LS Street Engine loaded with COMP CAM parts.
Borowski Race Engines is expanding beyond LS engine builds to include the Big Dog — Big Block Chevys.
A custom Borowski 700 HP, naturally-aspirated LS Street Engine loaded with COMP CAM parts is the star of the giveaway launching November 1.
RacingJunk is heading to the 2021 SEMA show in Las Vegas, and will be featuring a stunning “Hellrunner”, a Borowski Race Engines custom LS1 motor, and some fabulous podcast tapings.
Part Three, the final addition to the “Building Blocks” series, we examine how Borowski Racing makes use of another Rottler machining center to hone cylinder heads.
In Part One of this “Building Blocks” series, we told you about the trouble (at least in this space in time), the writer had locating something as common as a big block Chevy cylinder block. That’s where Borowski Race Engines
Borowski Race Engines has earned itself a pretty big reputation as builders of thumping LS engines. Those LS powerplants cover the spectrum from “mild” mannered 600+ examples all the way up to full tilt twin turbo jobs producing 3500 or so horsepower. In part one of a three part series, we explore the foundation of these amazing engines.
The Builder Showcase is a chance to ogle cool, custom builds (and acknowledge the talented builders). These vehicles are literally designed to bring a single vision to life. From a sweet, sleek 1955 Chevy to a powerful gull-wing Corvette to a completely custom ’41 Willys body that is NOTHING like a Willys inside, this showcase runs the gamut.