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RaceKrafters President Bob Wise on a
7.12 sec. @ 193 mph quarter mile run.

Semi final finish Dutch Classic 2004
Winner - Dutch Classic 2005
Runner up finish 2006 Toyo Tires Nationals




Bruce Miskar runner up finish 2008 Dutch Classic (top dragster class).


The legend himself Bill "Grumpy" Jenkins uses RaceKrafters for tuning/calibration work on his personal Pontiac GTO.
From the smallest machining operation to a dyno tested race engine, we will give you a thought-out combination that we stand behind. We won't sell you a mismatched pile of mail order specials.

RaceKrafters competition engines and machining services have helped win championships for sportsman racers and other professional engine builders.

RaceKrafters track side assistance is second to none. We race what we sell, service what we sell and stand behind our products.

Take a look at our Parts Department page to see some of the major suppliers of race engine parts we use.


Dave Petrofske 2007 Dutch Classic winner (top dragster class).
Recent Magazines

March 2009
Magazine: GM High Tech Performance
Article: 455 Horsepower LT-1

January 2009
Magazine: GM High Tech Performance
Article: LT1 Mods Dyno Tested

November 2008
Magazine: GM High Tech Performance
Article: LT1 Intake Dyno Test

October 2007
Magazine: High Performance Pontiac
Article: New Age SD 455

August 2008
Magazine: High Performance Pontiac
Article: Little Big Chief

July 2008
Magazine: High Performance Pontiac
Article: Little Big Chief

March 2008
Magazine: Corvette Enthusiast
Article: 400hp Tune Port

September 2007
Magazine: Drag Racer
Article: Dyno Dial In

Magazine: Drag Racer
Article: Venturi Area on Drag Engines

November 2006
Magazine: GM High Tech Performance
Article: 355 TPI Dyno Thrash

July 2006
Magazine: High Performance Pontiac
Article: Performing With Efficiency

July 2006
Magazine: GM High Tech Performance
Article: Something Old Something New Part 3 TPI 355 Build Up

April 2006
Magazine: Corvette Enthusiast
Article: Good things come in small packages