Ed Pink Racing Engines
A TOM MALLOY COMPANY
Racing Engines | Vintage & Historic Engines | Street Rod Engines | USAC Engines | Design, Testing & Engineering
Ed Pink Racing Engines (EPRE) is one of America’s premier auto racing engine building, rebuilding, testing, design and development facilities.
EPRE currently builds and develops championship winning race engines, as well as the production and sale of the highest quality engine performance parts including our dry sump oil pumps and water pumps.
The successful and rapid development of challenging projects is the trademark of EPRE.
EPRE also conducts engine design and development on a large variety of engines. Recent projects have included a 2 valve 4 cylinder 2.7-liter methanol fueled racing engine and 4 valve engines developed for off road truck racing.
Other engine projects at EPRE vary from the rebuilding and updating of 900 hp turbocharged race engine for GTP vintage racing, Cosworth DF Formula One and Indy engines and Cosworth XD Indy engine for vintage racing to the design evaluation of a motorcycle engine and contributing to the development of road racing engines for use in South America.
EPRE regularly produces a large quantity of high performance oil pumps as well as designing and producing special oil and water pumps for every type of application including international endurance racing prototypes.
Ed Pink Racing Engines Announces Installation of Chassis Dynamometer
Ed Pink Racing Engines (EPRE) has just completed the installation of DynoJet Chassis Dynamometer.
The DynoJet Model 224 in-ground chassis dyno is installed in a newly refurbished, dedicated test cell in the company’s rear building. This dyno allows testing of either rear drive or front drive vehicles.
While EPRE will mostly specialize in testing race cars, the system can also test street vehicles.
Testing services offered can be customized to customer needs. Basic service such as 2 or 3 back to back power runs to validate vehicle performance is available. EPRE will offer tuning services for race cars where required. The company’s extensive experience with tuning a wide variety of engine or fuel control systems will be available to customers.
To make inquires about chassis dyno testing contact email@example.com or (818) 785-6740 and ask for Frank.