We first traveled to SEMA in 2013 where we unveiled our QC4 automotive crate engine. The engine received the SEMA Global Media Award that year and it is featured at the show again this year.
Designed, developed and manufactured in-house, the QC4 is unique in the aftermarket high-performance power train business. The all-aluminum, nine-liter 90 degree DOHC V8, twin-turbo engine optimizes power and torque throughout the RPM range. Electronic waste gate management delivers a broad, “mesa-shaped” torque curve under all operating conditions. Pulse-separated exhaust tuning improves low RPM turbocharger response. The QC4 is the quintessential crate engine and cannot be matched in terms of performance, run quality, durability and reliability.
Show & Go
Several cars at the show are powered by Mercury Racing crate engines. Slick’s Garage of Palmetto, Florida has built a custom street rod powered by a Mercury Racing built LS7 crate engine featuring the new DOHC SB4 valve train. Slick’s car is displayed outside Central Hall in the Arc Audio booth, #61006.