At WAER, there is wide range of variety of high performance engines.

With our qualified automotive machinists, we are able to design and build engines for all forms of motor sport 
from street driven muscle cars and hot rods to drag cars. 

The most recent project we had at WAER was the restoration of the 1960 Dodge Seneca.

Check out the restoration at the restoration page. The engine of the Seneca was completely design and built at WAER.


The picture is of the engine in the Dodge Seneca. The engine is a Poly 318ci Mopar, 8:1 compression ratio pistons, H-beam rods, steel crank, remote oil filter system, ported heads, adjustable rockers, mild cam, 1370 cfm FAST throttle body, FAST ECU, Procharger P1SC supercharger, FAST dual sync distributor, MSD 6AL ignition, MSD Blaster coil, MSD leads, twin 2.5 inch exhaust, Flowmaster mufflers, custom alloy radiator with a SPAL electric fan.

One of the projects at WAER was the rebuild of Marion's 1968 Plymouth Barracuda that took the team roughly 4 years to rebuild. The picture is the engine of the Barracuda which was completely rebuilt by WAER. The restoration of the Barracuda can be seen here



The engine is consists of  a Mopar 496ci Wedge, 400 Mopar block, stroker crank, JE forged pistons, 10.3:1 compression ratio, H-beam con rods,  file-fit  rings, enlarged Hemi sump,  modified Hemi oil pick up, Rollmaster timing kit with Iwis chain, ARP fasteners, billet solid flat tappet camshaft. Johnson solid lifters, blueprinted and balanced, Cometic multi-layer steel head gaskets, ported Edelbrock alloy heads, Comp Cams double valve springs,  10-degree chromoly retainers and locks, Crane Gold Series roller rockers, Custom 0.389-inch chromoly pushrods, Edelbrock Mopar alloy, six-pack manifold, three Holley carbs, billet air cleaner with a K&N air filter, Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator and fuel pump, Mopar Performance electronic distributor, MSD ignition, TTi coated two-inch headers with four –inch collectors, three-inch exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers. 


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