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LRB Performance | NJ Engine & Machine Shop

Experience - Quality -Performance

LRB's Shop Corvette

Blown and injected small-block chevy

900+ HP on VP-116 fuel

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Celebrating 30 Years of Quality

Engine Building

Our History
featured engine building services

Featured Services

Complete block and cylinder head machining
Engine balancing and blueprinting
Engine assembly and dyno testing available

All Services
Honing Services

Honing Services

State of the art sunnen honing Precision fine finish with stress plates Main housing bores align-honed

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Drag Race Engine Shop NJ

Drag Race

From mild bracket or comp eliminator to blown alcohol

NJ Circle Track Engine Shop

Circle Track

Dirt, sportsman, modified, GT-1 road race, and Nostalgia road race

NJ Street & Muscle Car Engine Shop

Street & Muscle

Street rod engines, classic car resto tech

NJ Antique Car Engine Shop


Car and tractor engines: repaired and rebuilt

Recent News & Tips

Steven Levine NHRA Comp AA/AM

In February, we finished a build for Steven Levine. We’re please to announce it is performing exceptionally well! Here’s some shots of a few runs on the Maple Grove Raceway. Best of luck Steven and...

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Repairing A Blown Up Aluminum Gen 3 RHS Block

When we received this, the customer was anxious to see if the extent of the damage was beyond repair.  We assessed the damage - besides the hole in the side, we noticed several issues:  Panrail area broken away Lower parts of #7 & #8 cylinders broken away Main...

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How To: Rebuild GM LS-Series Engines

Do you own a late model Corvette, Camaro, Caddy CTS, or any LS or Gen 3 equipped vehicle? Are you looking to do your own build, or want a complete custom build? Maybe you just want to have the machining done and do your own assembly? No matter which route you choose,...

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