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Working on your dream car is not for the faint at heart.
It takes determination, fortitude, late nights, and understanding family members.
Most of us don’t do it for the money or fame.
It’s the personal satisfaction and pride that you get when you turn the key for the first time. We get that! So after pouring a lot of time and $$ into your suspension, body, interior, brakes etc. why would you put in any old piece of junk in the engine bay.
That’s where a custom crate engine makes sense. Our engines are the most complete on the market; we specialize in the GM & Ford Powerplants whether it is Classic or Later Mustang, Cobra Kit, Muscle car, Corvette,Street Rod or Truck.
Engine Factory follows basic principles like Hard Work, Integrity and Honesty. Words loosely held these days, being a family operated company we take pride in our proven track record. The engine business is a tough business, there is little to no margin for error. We’ve had plenty of days where we’ve put our heart and souls in building a masterpiece only to come to bite you. But you learn a thing or two, after putting together thousands of powerplants over the years. One of the lessons, your only as good as the last engine you put out there. When all the smoke clears our goal is to make a profit but without sacrificing the quality of Materials or service. In turn we make a better product along with paying our technicians well.
What’s the difference between a “similar” engine for hundreds or even thousands less? To sum it up: Unskilled labor, cheap parts & / or poor customer service. Claims of “30+ years in business” only to be around for a fraction of this time is typical. Let’s just say Ethics is one of their strong suits. Point being do your homework and know who your dealing with.
Lets take you through the Steps from initial correspondence to Delivery of your Custom Crate Engine…..
This is the same procedure we do for each and every Ready to run engine that leaves our warehouse. Engine Factory ships worldwide so they need to be right! Obviously there is a lot of time and effort that goes into each Engine Order. The end result is an easy to install, Ready to run Engine. Please Browse through our website, were constantly updating it with new photos, technical articles, videos and New Engine Packages. We hope to earn your business – One engine at a time.
Christian Nelson – VP Sales operations
Engine Factory Inc.
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Crate engines are thankfully a big part of our hobby these days. Instead of scrounging in a salvage yard for a greasy block that will need to be Gunked then taken to a rebuilder, you can pick up the phone and order a brand-new mill assembled especially for your new ride. You can pick whatever horsepower level you think you need, as much bling as you can afford and a matching color, and the thing arrives at your doorstep ready to connect the fuel lines and wiring and fire it up. And if you buy your powerplant from Engine Factory you get a motor that runs right out of the box (they run each engine for 40 minutes in real-world conditions before it leaves the warehouse) without having to do any tuning or fiddling to get it right.
This Lebanon, New Jersey company has got the crate engine package deal figured out as they’ve been doing business since 1969. Started by Bruce Nelson, the business is still a family owned and operated one producing something like 40 custom Ford and Chevy engines every month. When you call or email for information, you’ll likely be communicating with one of the family members who know these engines well and know what works to get the power and reliability you want.
Engine Factory uses brand-name components throughout their craIe engines having tested just about everything in the course of their business. A scan around the compact, stacked-to-the-rafters parts department shows a who’s who of the engine aftermarket parts business. Like we said, they’ve been doing this a long time and test every engine that’s ordered so their pursuit of powerful and reliable engines is not guesswork.
A quick check of Engine Factory’s website shows not only a wealth of engine choices, but a great deal of helpful information that goes a long way toward you getting exactly what you need. Included there are not only discussions of “How Much Horsepower,” comparisons, FAQs, “Carb and Timing Adjustments,” “Safe Installation,” “Choosing a Cam,” and a whole lot more, but also a bunch of videos on a whole lot of related topics.
Based on their long experience the company has some standard combination assemblies that they know work well, depending on the power requirements and such, but it’s the vast array of cosmetic and ancillary pieces that separate one engine from another.
Engine Factory first opened its doors in 1969 which gives them plenty of experience delivering engines tHat work. The company tests every mill before being shipped so that customers don’t have much to do other than install it and turn the key and go.
Engine Factory knows for example that if a customer wants a 400hp Ford small-block for his Cobra replica, that a 351 Windsor block outfitted with a Comp hydraulic roller earn, aluminum Edelbrock heads, hypereutectic pistons creating a 10:1 compression ratio, with an Edelbrock RPM intake manifold topped with a Holley 650cfm double-pumper carb will easily do the job and deliver in excess of 400lb-ft oftorque as wel1. From that point the customer can choose what color to paint the block, what air cleaner will work best, the pulley system and other such necessities.
Thanks to a still-burgeoning Cobra replica market, small-block Ford mills areexcellent sellers for Engine Factory. The 351 Windsor mentioned above is the top pick and the company predominantly sens carbureted versions (60%) they also offer EFI systems as well. The Chevy part of the business is also strong with engines ranging from a 320hp small-block to the monster 572ci mills, and everything in between.
Crate engines, like those from Engine Factory, have revolutionized the kit car hobby by taking a lot of the grease and guesswork out of the power equation.
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