Schurbon Engine and Machine
203 South Clark St • Maquoketa, IA 52060
Since the Chenoweth/LaRoy...
Since the Chenoweth/LaRoy entry failed to qualify, we didn't enforce the teardown rule, but we did get a peek inside their engine as they attempted to find the source of the coolant leak after their dyno session.
Note the Comp solid-roller...
Note the Comp solid-roller camshaft and valvesprings, this engine was ready for action.
Since our contest, the Chenoweth/LaRoy...
Since our contest, the Chenoweth/LaRoy entry was repaired and dyno'd at a different facility, but unfortunately the numbers won't count since their engine didn't perform on the day of our contest. Though they claim enough power to have won, we can't verify this since each dyno is different and we didn't have a chance to tear their entry down and ensure it complied with the rules. Guess they'll have to try again next year as Schurbon Engine and Machine remains the twice champion of our contest!
Chenoweth Speed and Machine
368 Erie Ave • Morton, IL 61550
P.O. Box 969 • Challis, ID 83226
30 Gasoline Alley Suite A • Indianapolis, IN
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