What The Pros Say

“Notice the smoke coming from our competitors engines, this is evidence of incomplete combustion.  This loss of  initial power allows us to make more passes at the beginning of a race”

Even after warm up laps,  a smoking engine at the start of a race is evidence that there is power loss due to cold combustion temperatures”  Once teams started using the Hot Head engine heater “Our pre-heated engine it starts right up without using the choke.  Our engine does not smoke, that’s evidence that we are getting maximum power at the starting line .”

– Miguel Governo -Stiggy Motorsports


“No more unnecessary rebuild costs and  worries about struggling to warm up engine”

“The Hot Head engine heater eliminates problems caused by  cold climates and new quiet rules.  Our team lost an engine because of a stuck (seized) piston.   The repair cost and lost points could have been avoided had we found our solution earlier”

– Curt Cornel


“Preheating our engine saves us money by extending the engine’s service life”

“Pre heating the engine before starting  will eliminate one rebuild during the racing season.   We see less wear and safely run the engine well past where we used to send it in for a rebuild”   Pre-heating with the Hot Head engine heating allows  optimal piston and cylinder clearance .  to be at designed specification and mix oil to achieve maximum performance”

“Here are some facts that we learned about after using our system this season;

  • The initial/first start-up the engine feels “free” and revs without laboring
  • We used less fuel during the day to keep engine warm
  • Less engine and clutch wear from having to run engine for warm up
  • We had more stable race temps during the day, 55C degrees on hard throttle/load
  • Driver was more confident on the starts with engine at correct temp rather than worrying it was not warm enough”

– Jeff Wesell, 2012 Champion