Their Winston-Salem Chevrolet dealership is one of the premier Chevy dealers in the state of North Carolina. Their commitment to customer service is second to none and they offer one of the most comprehensive Chevrolet parts and service departments in the state and are committed to local racing on both paved and asphalt tracks all around the region.
Now, you can run up front with race-winning 400-horsepower 350 with Fast Burn heads that were purchased through Modern Chevrolet. GM Performance Parts’ Fast Burn cylinder heads are the fast way to the winner’s circle –and they’re standard on the “604” racing engine from GM Performance Parts and Modern Chevrolet.
With the “604” racing engine under the hood of your racecar, you’ll put a “fast burn” on the competition. And you can see it up close, then schedule delivery after visiting with Modern Chevrolet at the Charlotte Racers Expo.
Another popular alternative, designed for circle track’s weekend warriors, the “GM 602 Crate” bullet-proof 350-horsepower, 350-cubic-inch factory-sealed racing engine is a tough combination of power and reliability –and it fits almost any racing budget.
Based on GM Performance Parts’ popular 350 HO engine, including a brand-new, four-bolt-main block, 9:1 hypereutectic pistons, cast iron crankshaft and GM iron Vortec cylinder heads, the 602 Factory Stock version features a high-rise dual-plane intake manifold, 8-quart single kick-out circle track oil pan, valve cover kit with breather tube and breather, and special “kool nut” rocker arm nut design.
The 602’s unique dual-pattern cam is included, too. It’s based on the one found in 1965-67 Corvette 327 engines, but with more lift and duration to clear the engine exhaust quickly and move in more air –providing excellent mid- and high-range power, where you need it on the track.
Be sure to stop by and see everything offered to racers at the Modern Chevrolet display at the Charlotte Racers Expo. Their GM Performance Parts World will be sprawled out with engines, parts, components and more for attendees to inspect and see first-hand.