Preparing For The EngineLabs Giveaway Engine Build At The PRI Show

If you somehow haven’t seen it yet, we’re once again building an engine live on the 2023 PRI Show floor in Indianapolis, Indiana, which we will be giving away to a lucky winner in April. Thanks to the presenting sponsor, Summit Racing, Late Model Engine‘s Vinnie Moneghetti will be aptly assembling the Gen-III HEMI giveaway engine on our booth (#951) on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of the show (December 7th-9th).

This year, we’ll be shooting for 1,200 horsepower on the dyno, thanks to pressurized atmosphere from a Gen-6 3.8-liter twin-screw supercharger from Whipple. This stout engine will feature some of the finest parts the industry has to offer, including a forged rotating assembly, CNC-machined cylinder heads, and a trick valvetrain. These parts are not to just make the power, but to do it reliably, so that whatever this engine gets dropped in will be just at home cruising as it will be tearing up the track.

Make sure to head over to to enter to win this beast, and if you are at the PRI show, stop by our booth — as well as our partners’ booths — for additional entries. There are up to 45 entries possible through the various methods, all outlined on the website. So if you’re a Mopar fan, or just a fan of badass engines and big horsepower, you don’t want to miss your chance to win this.

Make sure to stay tuned as we bring you coverage of the entire build from the PRI show.

The 2023 EngineLabs’ Engine Giveaway is presented by Summit Racing and made possible thanks to partnerships with Late Model Engines, AMSOIL, Automotive Racing Products, ATI Performance Products, BendPak, BOOSTane, Brisk Racing, Callies Performance Products, Cam Motion, Cometic Gaskets, Diamond Pistons, Fuel Injector Clinic, Jesel Valvetrain, Johnson Lifters, King Engine Bearings, Kooks Custom Headers, Melling, Milodon, Performance Distributors, Powermaster Performance, Thitek, Total Seal, and Whipple Superchargers.

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