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Behind The Curtain: Ray Barton Hemi Machine Shop Secrets!
Ever since Mopar began recasting the cast-iron 426 Hemi Gen II blocks in the 1990s, it stirred up lots of excitement. Then in 1998, the 426 Hemi crate engines were introduced with 426, 472, 528 and 572 cubic-inch offerings. Full article
Behind The Scenes: Ray Barton Builds a 528-inch Street Hemi!
What’s more exciting to a Mopar enthusiast than having a Hemi under your hood? That’s what we’re feeling right now as we prepare an all-conquering Hemi for a ’65 Dodge. Full article
Street Hemi Hardware & Valvetrain Secrets From Ray Barton!
An innovative genius, Ray Barton has never stopped developing durable components for the Hemi. As power and rpm capability increases, so does valve length and cam lift, causing compromised valvetrain geometry. Full article
Add Power, Smoothness, and Longevity With Balancing!
When it comes to engines, finely balancing the rotating assembly is a step that is often overlooked. This is a shame because it can add smoothness, performance, and longevity to any engine. Full article
Barton Captures Second NHRA Factory Stock Showdown Win at E-Town
NHRA Stock Eliminator racer David Barton showed his hand for the second time this season, winning back-to-back in the School of Automotive Machinists and Technology Factory Stock Showdown. Full article
Recap: David Barton Dominates Dutch Classic Hemi Challenge
Local favorite David Barton was behind the wheel of Gary Wolkwitz’s Dodge Dart and took advantage of the Ray Barton Racing Engine Hemi to nab the pole with a stout 8.278 at 159 mph. Full article
This Street Hemi Crate Motor Cranks Out 825 HP On Pump Gas!
You can say we’re very excited to be finishing up and dyno-testing our Ray Barton Racing Engines (RBRE) 528ci Street Hemi crate engine. Before we began building this street beast, our goal was a 750-horsepower pump-gas engine. Full article
NHRA Sports Report: A FINAL LOOK BACK AT 2016
"...we all agreed that David Barton’s 8.258 run during qualifying for the School Automotive Machinists & Technology NHRA Factory Stock Showdown in Englishtown was the most awe-inspiring run of the season. Full article
Barton schools Gainesville Factory Stock Showdown field Racing an unfamiliar car in an event that was presented with an all-new format didn’t prove to be enough of a curveball to throw off David Barton, who quickly adjusted to his new surroundings and came away with a landmark victory in the School of Automotive Machinists Factory Stock Showdown. Full Article
Barton defends Gainesville SAM Tech Factory Stock Showdown title David Barton is now a perfect two-for-two at Gainesville Raceway after winning his second-straight season-opener in the SAM Tech Factory Stock Showdown. Full Article
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