Do you have hot rod fever? Do you need to feel the rumble of a loud V8 exhaust tremble through your body when you sit behind the wheel? Does the smell of burning rubber get your blood pumping and fill you with adrenaline? I know I have a bad case of it and have had for most of my life.Read More »
Dale Metlika Tech Writer
Dale Metlika is a long time motorhead and owner of Pro Power. He has extensive knowledge on all engine parts and builds.
Jim Blair has worked his way up from nothing into the stardom of 10.5 Tire Heads Up racing. We were very pleased that he took the time to answer some of our questions and tell us a little more about himself.Read More »
One of the highlights of any Ford engine builder’s life is the moment they build their first 351-Windsor. There is a lot to consider when selecting the parts that will fit your wallet and desires. But what parts should you spend more of your money on? Follow along with Dr. Wrench, Dale Metlika of Pro Power, while he guides you through his forte that is designing racing engines.Read More »
Pro Power begins the engine build for Project 666 with a goal of not only making 675 plus horsepower, but also be able to hold together at redline through every shift and every quarter-mile trek.Read More »
Way back in 1996, Ford introduced their all new “Modular” engine in the Mustang GT and Cobra. All around the country, die-hard five liter fans hung their heads and sighed. You could take everything you knew about how to make your 5.0 Mustang faster and just throw it out the window.Read More »
The challenge was laid out to me by the crew here at power TV: put together a potent naturally aspirated Ford Windsor based engine to topple the 666 horsepower mark for the in house Project 666 Mustang. In addition, it needed to be reliable as it creeped past the 7,500 RPM mark through all the gears.Read More »