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Racing
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“We have been working with Dave Rebello for almost 2 years now. Our first and most substantial project was a 3.5L Nissan V6 project for our SCCA GT2 car. GT2 is considered the state of the art for SCCA in the sports car classes. Our engine was spec’d with a single restrictor of 37mm and needed to make nearly 380 hp.

After much discussion with several possible engine builders, we decided to use Dave for three reasons: First, his currency with the latest technologies and approaches. Dave is not set in his ways and is constantly pushing himself to find new ways to make more power. Secondly, his use of computer modeling to “get us close” and many years of intuition to know when the model wasn't “getting it right” on something. Thirdly, his personality and general ability to work with others. He communicates well and is willing to explain and listen to ideas from non-experts and give them due consideration.

In the end our project was a huge success – a reliable engine that made target horsepower on the first attempt! We immediately caught up with everyone else in the class who were on their 4th and 5th engines and had done years of development. Dave immediately got it right on without trial and error.

Since this first engine has been completed, we have purchased 4 more engines from Dave and several cylinder heads to retrofit our older motors. In the classes we race in, no one has more power than our Rebello powered cars; we now have no excuses except the drivers…”

Bob Lentz and Bobby Lentz II
Bob Lentz, has been racing for about 20 years. He currently races a Nissan 300ZX in the GT2 class. Bobby Lentz has been racing for five years. In 2007, he was the SCCA Northeast Division champion in his G Production class Nissan 510. In 2008, Bobby has upgraded to a purpose-built, tubular space frame Nissan Sentra classed in GT-Lite.

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