For nearly a decade, the engine builders at McKeown Motorsports have competed in the AMSOIL Engine Masters Challenge, and that team—headed by master engine builder Mark McKeown—has always brought small-block Ford powerhouses that were among the healthiest ever to see competition. The knowledge gained in EMC competition, plus a wealth of expertise in drag racing, has resulted in a breakthrough product that Ford racers will welcome. McKeown Motorsports is now offering its new Titus Cleveland block in both cast aluminum alloy and cast iron. The Titus block is designed with many new features, including a larger bore capability (4.202-inch max), and a redesigned oiling system with mains priority oiling.
On Titus blocks, the main webs have also been designed solid for the greatest amount of material with a 4.38 bore center, and the cam tunnel has been configured to allow stock and larger base circle cams with stock or larger cam bearings. Moreover, the Titus is available in the standard 9.2-inch deck height or 9.5 deck height (custom deck heights are available by special order). During the 2012 AMSOIL Engine Masters Challenge, McKeown Motorsports used a Titus aluminum block to build a 444ci Cleveland that made 932 hp with Edelbrock SC1 heads. If you’re a Ford man, you owe it to yourself to checkout all the details on the Titus block. For more info, call 301-932-9292, or log on to www.RaceCrateEngines.com.