Building, designing and developing race-winning engines for over 50 years
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World renown car builder Randy Grubb has long had an interest in the Falconer V12. When his good friend and long-time client Michael Jahns saw the engine, he made the decision then and there to have a new car built. Dubbed, 'Dodici', Italian for 'twelve', Jahns' newest Grubb creation was conceptualized over lunch in a crowded room at SEMA in 2014.
When Carlos Marquez saw the polished Falconer V12, he made his decision immediately, the engine was his. Topped with a rare polished aluminum cross-ram intake with short air horns and intricate throttle linkage, this shiny beast will power Carlos' new ride.
Coachbuilder Steve Moal needed something special for one of his new projects and he wanted something similar to what was done for Eric Zausner's engine. This time, a custom LS-style manifold was built by Hogan's and a Vintage Air front drive system was added. Another all-business approach that resulted in a beautiful yet simple package.
A customer from Switzerland was building a replica of a vintage mahogany racing boat, and when he saw the Falconer L6, he knew he found his engine. Custom intake by Hogan's, jacketed stainless exhaust by SPD and a ton of custom machined parts created this one of a kind engine.
A 575 Maranello engine built to tackle the salt flats at Bonneville. With a stroked crankshaft, high-lift cams and a completely custom intake syatem, this already powerful street engine was given a new set of teeth to take on high-speed competition.
Jerry Magnuson designed and built the intake manifold that allowed the Eaton 122 high-helix supercharger to seamlessly mount to the Falconer L6. The result? Lots and LOTS of power and torque.