Below are some questions we often receive from potential customers. Hopefully you will find the answers you are looking for here. But if not, please reach out to us with any questions you may have and will get you a speedy answer (and probably add it to our list).
Our turnaround time is typically less than two days to clean, inspect and magnaflux cylinder heads, blocks, crankshafts, and connecting rods. If your part needs machine work or remanufacturing, we will provide a timeline after we have inspected it and better understand the work it needs.
For complete engines, the remanufacturing process typically takes anywhere between 3-4 weeks depending on our backlog. Currently, the primary culprit in extended turnaround times is parts availability.
Sometimes we have a particular part or engine already done, and we can hot-swap your part to deliver a ready-to-go part to you within a day. New parts are typically shipped the day of sale and can be overnighted for expedited delivery.
Do not use synthetic motor oils during the break-in procedure. Follow the recommendations of the engine manufacturer for the proper viscosity to be used during and after the “break-in” period.
It is important to use oils that contain an EP (extreme pressure) additive; we recommend that you use a special “break-in” oil. Older engines without oil filters may require special considerations, such as the use of non-detergent oils unless otherwise specified by the manufacturer.
Yes! Baril Engine believes strongly in supporting locally based motorsports. All our existing sponsorship agreements are with teams that were first Baril Engine Customers. If you see a Baril Engine logo on a car, truck, or tractor, we have played an integral role with its engine. Integrity and character are the first and foremost considerations when we choose the teams we are sponsoring. We are proud to be involved with Eddie “The Eagle” Anschutz, Double J Powersports, LLC, Tractor Tracks, LLC, and Todd Krause Racing.
Baril Engine also supports the following venues and clubs: Outagamie Speedway, The Burg Speedway, Shawano Speedway, Norway Speedway, 141 Speedway, Wisconsin International Raceway (WIR), The Hill Raceway, and NEW Motorsports Tractor and Truck Pulling Club.