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Race Engine Technology – Issue 092

Highlights in this issue include a conversation with Dr Donatus Wichelhaus and a dossier on the KPE EFI blown big block Chevrolet. A look at the Roger Clark Motorsport Gobstopper II as well as reports from the PRI Show 2015 and the Top Fuel Horsepower Measurement Seminar. Part two of our insight into crankshaft torsional vibration as well as focus articles covering con rods, radiators and coolers.

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Issue 92 - February 2016

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Sad news that Nissan has withdrawn from the WEC is tempered by plans by Don Panoz to field a GT version of the DeltaWing at Le Mans 
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Glimmer of a revival of the rotary racecar, Cup’s adoption of roller tappets prompts a fresh look at the technology, and much more… 
  • In Conversation: DR DONATUS WICHELHAUS - VW’s head of engine development tells Lawrence Butcher about the company’s various projects and shares his views on powertrain regulation 
  • Dossier: KPE EFI BLOWN BIG BLOCK CHEVROLET - Conventional wisdom went against using electronic fuel injection in a blown alcohol motor, until one man proved everyone wrong. Lawrence Butcher reports 
  • Focus: CON RODS - Wayne Ward reports on developments in the design and manufacturing of these fundamental powertrain components 
  • Race Engine Digest: ROGER CLARK MOTORSPORT GOBSTOPPER II - Stewart Mitchell recounts the development of the Subaru engine in this Pro Extreme British Time Attack contender 
  • Show Report: PRI SHOW 2015 - Here’s our guide to some of the most interesting developments on show at this premier industry event 
  • Report: TOP FUEL HORSEPOWER MEASUREMENT SEMINAR - After our article on the power a Top Fuel dragster engine really produces, attendees at PRI had the opportunity to learn more. Ian Bamsey reports 
  • Focus: RADIATORS AND COOLERS - Cooling system design and manufacture hides a wealth of application-specific detail, as Dave Cooper explains 
  • Insight: CRANKSHAFT TORSIONAL VIBRATION PART 2 - In the second half of his analysis of crankshaft torsional vibration, Matt Grant shows how to calculate the orders and half-orders of the torsional amplitudes 
  • PS: ELECTRIC TOURING CARS - Technology has emerged that could enable an electric racecar to keep pace with IC-engined rivals, at least at some of the shorter races

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