Ryan Falconer
Racing Engines

Est. 1966

Building, designing and developing race-winning engines for over 50 years

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11. 575 Maranello Land Speed

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.

10. Custom Street Rod

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.

9. Mopar LMP Street Revamp

This Mopar LMP (Le Mans Prototype) was built in 2002 by our good friend John Caldwell, owner of Caldwell Development, Inc. When John closed up shop, this engine was sold to a gentleman who wanted to put it in a street car. Through a strange set of circumstances, it came to us via a different owner, and we handled the conversion from racing engine to high-power street engine.

8. Bonneville Streamliner

One track mind: Bonneville...and speed. This 1,300-horsepower version of the Falconer L6 propelled Dennis Varni's Speed Nymph streamliner to several new records in the 300-mph club.

7. Custom Street Rod

Go all out. That's just what Dino Rossi of B Real Kustoms told us when he ordered this engine to power his scratch-built street rod. The car, a collaboration between B Real and Attebury Street Rods was literally built around the engine.

6. Steampunk Street Rod

Eric Zausner had an aviation theme in mind for the car this Falconer V12 would power. The car, built by Steve Moal, is a true work of art and function, a bold statement in bare metal, and the engine was the punctuating statement of the machine itself.