2015 Knoxville National’s Race Results
Saturday August 15th 2015 410 Race “ A Main feature” Night #3
55th Annual FVP Knoxville Nationals
Team Owner- Tony Stewart Driver- Donny Shatz
Winner Donny Shatz in #15 with a Shaver Engine and Kinsler
2nd- Kerry Madsen in #29 with a Morrison Engine, a Kinsler
Beast, and a Kinsler Tough Pump
3rd- Brad Sweet in #49 with a Cappetta Engine
4th- Shane Stewart in #16 with a Rider Engine, Kinsler Beast
manifold, and a Kinsler Tough Pump
5th- Joey Saldana in #71M with a Speedway Engine Development
Engine, a Kinsler Beast manifold, and a Kinsler Tough Pump
Friday August 14th 2015
55 th Annual FVP Knoxville Nationals
“Speed Sport World Challenge”
Winner Jeffrey Lynton in #12 with a HP Engines with a Kinsler
Billet 410 manifold, and a Kinsler Tough Pump
2nd- Randy Hannagan in #11N with a Fisher Racing engine, a
Kinsler Billet 410 manifold, and a Kinsler Tough Pump
3rd- Daryn Pittman in #9 with a Cappetta engine, a Kinsler Beast
manifold, and a Kinsler Tough Pump
Saturday August 8th 2015 360 Race “A Main Feature”
“Arnold Motor Supply 360 Nationals”
Don Long Terry McCarl Jamie Moyle
Winner Terry McCarl in #24 with a Moyle Racing Engine and a
Kinsler Raptor manifold
2nd- Dusty Zomer in #82 with a Parker Engine and a Kinsler
Wednesday August 12th 2015
55 th Annual FVP Knoxville Nationals “Pre Race" Video
Mint 400, Las Vegas March 14th 2015
Annual Desert Off Road Race
Dougans Racing Engine and Kinsler Dragon Claw Fuel Injection
1st TO FINISH!!! OVERALL CHAMPION of all 6 classes
Justin Lofton, Truck #41
Races in the 1400/P Trick Truck Class
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Ken Block Drive a Kinsler Injected Mustang
IMSA 2014 Champion
The SRT Motorsport's Dodge Viper GTS-R
#91 and #93 with Roush powerplants
We partnered with SRT and Roush on this program.
Viper V-10 Manifold for SRT program. These ran at The 24 Hours of LeMans.
American Le Mans Series Viper V10
Viper GTS-R manifold designed and machined by Kinsler for Roush Industries. We worked with
Roush on the development and packaging of this billet aluminum manifold.
Transverse throttle shafts with ball bearings. Special progressive linkage works with their “blipper”
motor to synchronize throttles for transmission gear changes.
Viper GTS-R #91 leading the Corvette #4 at the 12-Hours of Sebring on March 17, 2013
See Kinsler's Honda Plenum/Manifold
and K-140 Pressure Relief Valve on:
TV show Episode #13
On the internet starting May 25th 2014 at:
KINSLER BILLET “410” INTAKE MANIFOLD
FOR SMALL BLOCK CHEV, FORD, ETC.
Features all ball bearing support of the longitudinal throttle shafts,
including the bearing between each set of butterflies. This gives
super smooth throttle action, allowing better control of the car on the
These manifolds can accommodate any port design the customer wants.
Kinsler can help the customer select a port for his engine combination,
by varying both the shape and volume of the CNC ported runners.
The manifold was released in February, and Kinsler has already made
some extreme variations to suite their customers.
Some have been made for EFI road racing and for street use, with
throttle position sensors, fuel rails, and nozzle bosses for EFI nozzles.
World of Outlaws, Tucson AZ March 8th 2014
1st Place: Brad Sweet Car #49 of Kasey Kahne Racing
Engine by Speedway Engine Development Inc., Indianapolis
Kerry Madsen, driving the #29 car of Keneric Racing
won the Stockton, CA race on 3-22-14 using a
Morrison Racing Engines engine.
Both Sweet and Madsen use a Kinsler Billet 410 Manifold
Model HP (high pressure) Nozzle Lines
Slim, sleek, lightweight
The line end fittings and collars are our own design, made in stainless.
The lines are assembled in our shop, using an eight-crimp die set.
They have a 5/16” hex at the barrel valve for easier installation.
You can rotate the fitting in the line after installation.
The PVC sheath is crimped under the collar; no braid showing:
protects from dirt.
The fitting for the nozzle has a 45-degree seat to properly match the
angle on the nozzle.
It is bent 65 degrees to let the lines run snug over the valve covers.
The line is smooth bore Teflon 3/16”ID, with stainless braid, covered
with black PVC, .275 OD. This is rated at 3,000 psi working pressure,
with a minimum burst pressure of 14,000 psi. We have tested ten of
these line assemblies to 15,000 psi without a failure.
52nd Rolex 24 At Daytona, Jan 25-26, 2014
GM Engine by ECR with Kinsler LS injection
Won by Joao Barbosa, Christian Fittipaldi, and Sebastien Bourdais
in the No. 5 Action Express Racing Corvette DP.
NEW: Series 2 Tough Pump
sizes: 8.68 GPM, 10.62 GPM, & 12.58 GPM at 4,000 Pump rpm, at 100 psi pressure. These are just as rugged as the Series 1 Tough Pumps; will handle
dirt in the fuel better than any other pump.
Applications: 600 plus cubic inch naturally aspirated Methanol, Supercharged or Turbocharged Methanol up to 2,000 HP, Top Fuel Harley Davidson (requires special seals for nitro). These pumps are good to 300 psi continuous.
The biggest problem racers have with their mechanical fuel pumps is wear, due to gears and housings that aren’t hard enough. Our pump has very hard gears and a hardcoated housing to hold up very well against dirt... we have yet to have one wear out in the field due to dirt passing through them.
Total pump failures are another problem. Our pumps are made with very premium metals, coatings, and very close tolerances to give extreme durability... we have never had one of our pumps fail in the field.
See the bottom of this page and our “Pump” page for more details
Sunday, May 27, 2012
It was great watching Dario Franchitti win his third Indy 500, with his Chip
Ganassi Racing teammate Scott Dixon taking second; both running Honda
Engines. We had our equipment on both of these cars.
During qualifying, Chevrolet engines took the ten top spots, so it looked like
they might dominate the race. After being absent from Indy since 2003, they
had come back with a vengeance!
Final top twelve, by engine: Honda, Honda, Chevrolet, C, C, C, H, H, H, C, C, H
We had our equipment on ten of these 12 cars and on most of the rest of the field.
February 27-28, 2012
FIRST NASCAR CUP RACE EVER TO USE FUEL INJECTION
Congratulations to Matt Kenseth for
winning this wettest, fieriest, and most
delayed NASCAR Cup race ever! He
drove an impressive race in his Roush
Fenway Racing #17 Ford, owned by
John Henry, with Jimmy Fennig as
All five top finishers ran Kinsler F.I.
components,as well as 36 of the 43
cars that started the race.
Click the third green button down
at the left.
The Outlaws know how to get PUMPED UP !!!
World of Outlaws from Las Vegas — March 8, 2012
Pos. Driver Car # Fuel Pump
1 -Tim Kaeding #83JR Tough Pump
2 -Jason Sides #7S other
3 -Steve Kinser #11 Tough Pump
4 -Chad Kemenah #63 Tough Pump
5 -Brian Brown #21 Tough Pump
6 -Sammy Swindell #1 Tough Pump
7 -Jason Meyers #14 Tough Pump
8 -Tony Stewart #14S Tough Pump
9 -Donny Schatz #15 Tough Pump
10 -Kraig Kinser #11K Tough Pump
50th Running of The Rolex 24-Hours of Daytona
Kinsler’s modular Ford cross-ram manifold injected the
Roush-Yates Engine\'s that powered the 1-2-3 Over-All finish.
1st - #60 Michael Shank Racing with Curb-Agajanian driven by
2nd - #8 Starworks Motorsport driven by
3rd - #6 Michael Shank Racing with Curb-Agajanian driven by
Congratulation to the ALL the teams and the staff of Roush-Yates Engines.
A special “hats off” to John Maddox, Roush-Yates Engines’ Daytona
Prototype/Road Racingprogram manager
Donnie Bowles / Propane Injected Kinsler Modular Ford Manifold
Engine Built by Roush Competition Engines
Won 2012 NMRA Modular Muscle Class
18th Annual Spring Break Shootout in Bradenton, FL Motorsports Park, March 1-4
9.775 seconds @ 136.10 MPH
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