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www.musclemustangfastfords.com

Scotty Guadagno of Scotty's Racing Technologies lowers our Recession Special short-block onto the milling machine.
When he's not building other people's racing engines, Guadagno can be found behind the wheel of his six-second, 10.5-outlaw ride. To square up our little 302, we dropped in on Scotty Guadagno of Scotty's Racing Technology in Spring Hill, Florida, to see what he could do for our Recession Special. Obviously any time you involve a professional in your project, it's going to cost money. However if you limit yourself to only getting the essentials, you can save money while still getting what you need done. It also depends on your machine shop and how much they are looking to sell you on machine work. Our man Scotty Guadagno spends the majority of his time assembling 10.5 Outlaw, Drag Radial, and Pro Mod engines, so taking care of our little 302 street engine was fairly easy for him to handle. In fact, he was at ground zero of the New York/New Jersey 5.0L movement when it began back in 1986, and accumulated a wealth of experience as his customers were consistently pushing the 5.0L envelope. When we told Guadagno of our cylinder head sealing problem, he agreed that milling the deck was the solution and suggested we make a slight modification to the cylinder heads as well. Yes, Guadagno is from Brooklyn and this is a hit-to the deck surface that is. After we finished cutting this side, Guadagno measured the deck height of both banks and found the other side to be shorter, so this side was milled a bit more so both would be even in height and square to the crankshaft. Recession Special Short Block Oil Galley Plugs Guadagno pulled the oil galley plugs at the back of the block before hot-tanking it.


www.musclemustangfastfords.com

Scotty Guadagno of Scotty's...Â
Scotty Guadagno of Scotty's Racing Technologies lowers our Recession Special short-block onto the milling machine. When he's not building other people's racing engines, Guadagno can be found behind the wheel of his six-second, 10.5-outlaw ride. To square up our little 302, we dropped in on Scotty Guadagno of Scotty's Racing Technology in Spring Hill, Florida, to see what he could do for our Recession Special. Obviously any time you involve a professional in your project, it's going to cost money. However if you limit yourself to only getting the essentials, you can save money while still getting what you need done. It also depends on your machine shop and how much they are looking to sell you on machine work. Our man Scotty Guadagno spends the majority of his time assembling 10.5 Outlaw, Drag Radial, and Pro Mod engines, so taking care of our little 302 street engine was fairly easy for him to handle. In fact, he was at ground zero of the New York/New Jersey 5.0L movement when it began back in 1986, and accumulated a wealth of experience as his customers were consistently pushing the 5.0L envelope. When we told Guadagno of our cylinder head sealing problem, he agreed that milling the deck was the solution and suggested we make a slight modification to the cylinder heads as well. Yes, Guadagno is from Brooklyn and this is a hit-to the deck surface that is. After we finished cutting this side, Guadagno measured the deck height of both banks and found the other side to be shorter, so this side was milled a bit more so both would be even in height and square to the crankshaft. Recession Special Short Block Oil Galley Plugs Guadagno pulled the oil galley...      read full caption Recession Special Short Block Oil Galley Plugs Guadagno pulled the oil galley plugs at the back of the block before hot-tanking it.


www.dragracingunderground.com

We welcome Scotty Guadagno, owner of Scotty's Racing Technology, as the presenting sponsor of Shakedown at E'town 5, and thank him for his support of our event.SCOTTY'S RACING TECHNOLOGYScotty's Racing Technology is owned and operated by 2006 Cecil County Outlaw 10.5 champion Scotty Guadagno.Scotty has over 25 years of motorsports experience.Scotty and his Dad, Patsy, owned and operated the nationally known Pee Gee Performance of Brooklyn, NY.When Scotty's Dad and partner retired, Scotty went on to become a key employee at Pat Musi Performance.At Pat Musi's shop Scott performed a wide range of duties including dyno testing, research & development, EFI, nitrous tuning and engine assembly.After a successful stint at Pat Musi Performance Scotty and family relocated to sunny Florida and launched Scotty'sScotty extends an open invite to any team in need of an engine rebuild and/or update.


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