AMSOIL Engine Challenge presented by HOT ROD

AMSOIL is preparing for the 2015 AMSOIL Engine Masters Challenge as a title sponsor. This year the competition pits engine builders in five classses Each class will compete on a specific day.
Each class will have specific rules that apply to that class. The winner of each class will be determined at the end of that day’s competition. This is not just your everyday gearhead throwing together an engine that works, but serious builders committed to finding the right formula that outperforms the rest. These guys know their stuff, and put that knowledge to good use in this event.

Come October, the competitors will  showcase their engine builds and try for their shot at winning. The AMSOIL Engine Masters Challenge will take place at the University of Northwestern Ohio, October 5-9, 2015

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With a strict set of rules to follow, the engines are given an overall rating based on peak horsepower and peak torque divided by the retail cost of listed parts. AMSOIL Synthetic Oil is the only oil permitted for use in each engine from the start, and this has contributed tremendously to the winners’ outcomes in past years. Testing is done with a 900 rpm-per-second acceleration test, and testing data will be gathered between the 3,000-7,000 rpm range. Over the course of 35 minutes, each engine is required to make at least three scored pulls and the one with the highest combined horsepower and torque number will be used for the final score. In previous years some engines couldn’t take the heat and were disqualified.

The main purpose of this challenge is to give engine builders well-deserved exposure to a market that has a need for them.  AMSOIL will be on top of any new developments, so watch this space for updates and outcomes of one of the most anticipated events on the Hot Rod  calendar.