|At Smeding Performance, we have upgraded the majority of our machinery to computer controlled equipment. This equipment produces extremely high quality while keeping our prices competitive. This was not attainable just a few short years ago. We will continue to produce the best products available for our customers|
Choosing The Right Crate Engine
Clearly, not all crate engines are created equal. Prices vary widely, and so do the components used in their assembly. That's why we have put together these six tips to help you get past the hype, so you spend your hard-earned money on the right crate engine for your ride.
Tip #1: Pay attention to torque, not horsepower. "Everybody's looking at horsepower, but they're not looking at torque," says Ben Smeding, owner of Smeding Performance. Two different motors could have the same amount of horsepower at, say, 5000 rpm,