Carlos Sobrino’s Quickest Pass Ever with a Stock, Naturally Aspirated Coyote is No Joke

Although he’s been absent from the NMRA G-Force Racing Transmissions Coyote Stock ranks since 2019, Carlos Sobrino hasn’t been quiet. On October 31, 2021, the New Jersey native set both ends of the record for the quickest and fastest bone-stock and naturally aspirated Coyote engine when he ran 9.050 a

Moore Masterfully Makes Switch To ProCharger, Claims Victory In First Race

Since the class debuted just a few years ago, the NMRA's JDM Engineering Limited Street has been super competitive, with class runners using nearly every engine/power adder combination to achieve maximum performance. Top contender Samantha Moore, after competing in the class for years with a VMP Supercharger, made a spur-of-the-moment

First Gen III Coyote In the 9s—Chad Stephens’ Dirtybird Stretches Its Wings

Canadian racer Chad Stephens is known for his ’87 Ford Thunderbird’s high-flyin’ wild wheelie action, but now the NMRA G-Force Racing Transmissions Coyote Stock standout can also be known for putting down the first 9-second quarter-mile pass with a Gen III Coyote engine. It’s been a season of ups and downs

Pack Mentality—MMR pushes the potential of Ford’s Coyote platform into the four-digit stratosphere

Right out of the factory, Ford’s Coyote engines are potent performers and when paired with power adders, they deliver incredible performance. However, as racers start to push deep into four-digit territory, the output can exceed what factory engineers imagined in their wildest dreams. Fortunately, the aftermarket is here to help,

Solid Foundation—A performance partnership yields robust Coyote short-blocks with secret-sauce sleeves

Today’s engines don’t need much help making power. Feed them with boost and fuel and they will flourish. That is definitely true of the Ford Coyote engines, as well as their RoadRunner and Voodoo cousins. Because of their high-winding nature and free-flowing, four-valve cylinder heads, they really take to power

Customized Cobra Jet—While Many Racers Opt To Build Their Own Cobra Jet Clone, EB Customs’ Eric Bardekoff Went Way Beyond What Ford Performance Offered

Written By Steve Baur Photography by Kevin DiOssi From Mopar to Mustang and ‘Cuda to Cobra Jet, EB Custom Works’ Eric Bardekoff takes a hands-on approach whether it’s with fabrication or racing. You can see it in the Barracuda that he and his father, Jeff, built and race in NHRA Super Stock

Evil Returns—Building a 339-cube Coyote that cranks out 744 all-natural horsepower at the wheels

By Michael Galimi Photos Courtesy of Rich Groh Racing and NMRA As self-proclaimed, knuckle-dragging hot-rodders we prescribe to the usual theories when it comes to all things drag racing, like if a little is good then more is always better. It is that sort of thinking that has taken Project Pure Evil,