PROJECT: 1969 Chevelle SS - Engine Troubleshooting
PROJECT: 1994 Ford Mustang - Electronic Overhaul
PROJECT: 1972 Roadrunner GTX - Engine Restoration
Upgrades to your induction, ignition and exhaust systems helps you utilize the money you've put into your engine by making sure that your engine isn't being robbed of power elsewhere. We'll make sure that you have what it takes for your ride to fire right, breathe deep and exhale smoothly! We can look at upgrades to your wiring, suspension and brakes for safety and functionality, as well as making your ride more enjoyable. From A/C, brake conversions, new wiring harnesses, and IFS suspensions, we can help.
And, since Motorheads' specialty is performance, we love to help deliver more power and performance to give you the horsepower you crave! We'll look over your engine and all the systems combined to find the best way to increase horsepower and performance.
Motorheads Performance provides troubleshooting services for engines that won't start, are slow to start or have difficulty running smoothly. Whether you need help with your carburetor, cam, induction system, exhaust system, heads, pistons, push rods, rocker arms,
tuning, Motorheads Performance has the experience to get the job done right. We engineer performance into every job we do. We'll
help you look at all your options so you can decide what is best for your budget and your power needs.
Engine Revitalizations & Engine Restorations
Motorheads Performance performs restoration and revitalization services for engines that have sat too long, have seized or need help bringing back to full beauty. And, if you're looking for more power and better performance, we'll help you upgrade your engine with quality parts designed to work with your current setup, or help convert into
one that will
deliver the performance you desire. Motorheads can restore to stock, utilizing refurbished original parts or NOS (new old stock) parts. We also use high-quality aftermarket products from top-name manufacturers (see ourproductspage for partial listing) for those wanting modern technologies that may make your ride more enjoyable. From A/C, brake conversions, new wiring harnesses, and IFS suspensions, we can help.
We often see failed attempts at a fix by it's owner and the engine comes to us in pieces needing reassembly.
Is your current engine just plain tired, but has been otherwise reliable? We will assess whether an engine rebuild could be the answer for you. For a small fee, we'll magnaflux your engine, measure the bore, look for excessive signs of wear or breakage, and check
condition of all components. If everything looks good, we'll give you a quote for your specific engine rebuild. Stock rebuilds typically run $1200 to $1500, while adding performance parts such as a performance cam will add to the cost. Call us to see whether a rebuilt engine may be a good solution for you.
Installations & Engine Swaps
Is your current engine tired or completely shot? Do
you have or need a second engine, a rebuilt engine or a new crate engine that you want
to swap out with your current engine? Motorheads
will remove your current engine and install the
replacement quickly and within your budget.
Installation of Crate Engines
Looking for an engine to power your classic musclecar, street rod or race car? Let Motorheads install a factory Crate Engine for your ride! A Crate Engine provides power, performance and factory-backed warrantee. Your brand new engine comes as a short block, long block or deluxe assembly. The decision is yours. Motorheads will install your engine quickly and at
reasonable rates. Call
us for your estimate. Motorheads Performance will install:
GM Performance Parts Crate Engines
Mopar Performance Crate Engines
Ford Racing Performance Parts Crate Engines
Crate Engines Arrive Ready to Install
Do you have a specific engine build in mind? Motorheads will take your list of desired components and put together a custom engine that will give you exactly what you want. Have a specific horsepower goal in mind? We can configure an engine that'll deliver the power you crave, at a cost that's affordable. Your
new engine comes equipped exactly as engineered, with full warrantee on the engine. Let us know your needs and how you'll be using your new engine so we can find the right solution for you.
Motorheads' Performance Shop offers repair, swaps and restoration services on manual transmissions. Whether you want to switch from automatic to stick for your musclecar, or your transmission has just seen better days, we can help. See what Motorheads can do to improve performance from your manual transmission!
Motorheads repair, swaps. conversions and restoration services on all types of suspension systems. Whether you want to switch from drum to power disc brakes, or restore your stock brakes, we can help. We diagnose, repair, rebuild, restore, replace or upgrade suspension components, including brake systems, steering, wheel repair, rechroming and more.
Whether you need your engine repaired or replaced, or you simply want more power,
contact Motorheads Performance for help & affordable alternatives.
Call to see how we can help you with your engine problems.
call Motorheads at 830-424-3883
Motorheads Performance specializes in cars and trucks from the 1920's through 1970's. Performance upgrades, engine restorations, engine swaps, repairs and partial to full restoration services. We can recreate bone-stock vehicles (how cars looked and ran when they left the factory) utilizing NOS (new old stock) parts or hunt down original parts. We also use high-quality after-market products from top-name manufacturers
(see ourproductspage for partial listing) for those wanting late-model drivetrains, suspensions, A/C etc. Motorheads accepts street rods, muscle cars, classic cars, hot rods, antiques, classic trucks and custom cars and trucks. We perform work on Mopars, GM, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Ford, GMC, Plymouth, Pontiac, AMC, Buick and Olds of the 1920's
Muscle Carsinclude popular makes and models from 1964 to 1972 (the muscle car era), such as AMX, Dart, Nova, Nova Super Sport, Chevelle, Chevelle SS, Impala, Cuda, Impala SS, Corvette, Sting Ray, Corvair, Monte Carlo, Charger, Hemi-Charger, Charger R/T, Cobra, GTX, Hemi Cuda, Shelby Cobra, Challenger, Coronet, GTO,
Mustang, Mustang Fastback, Shelby Mustang, Mustang 2+2, Mustang Mach I, Rouche Mustang, Boss Mustang, Fairlane 427, Torino Cobra, Cyclone GT, Camaro, Camaro SS, Cuda, Trans Am, Firebird, Formula Firebird, Scrambler, Barracuda, Cougar, Cyclone Spoiler, AMC Javelin, Olds 442, Hurst Olds, Super Bee, Superbird, Duster, TransAm, Biscayne, Satellite and Road Runner.
Classic Carsinclude cars of the 1950's to 1970's such as the Bel Air, Chevy Two-Ten, One-Fifty, Nomad, Corvette, Stingray, Malibu, Thunderbird, Fairlane, Crown Vic, Ranchero, Lincoln, Continental, Sunliner, DeSoto, Custom Royal, V-8 Royal Lancer, Imperial, Studebaker, Belvedere, Olds Ninety-Eight, Biscayne, Rocket, Delta,
Buick Wildcat, LaSalle, Falcon, Nash, Hudson, Chrysler New Yorker, Customline Tudor, Crestline, Royal 500, Coronet, Custom Imperial, Packard, Willys, Sedan Delivery, Mercury Monterey, Montclair, Phaeton, Capri, Crestline, Customline, Kaiser, Star Chief, Catalina, Century, Roadmaster, Riviera, Roadmaster, Windsor, Fireflite Coronado, Victoria, Plymouth Fury, El Camino, Galaxie, Chevy II and other collectable cars and trucks of this era.
Antique Carsgenerally include makes and models from the 1920's thru 1940's by Cadillac, Buick, Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, Plymouth, Dodge, Pontiac, Buick, Hudson, Essex, Ford, Chrysler, Willys, Willy-Knight, DeSoto, Studebaker, Rockne, Dusenberg, Hupmobile, Cord, Packard, Pierce-Arrow and Nash. Beginning with oldies such
as the Model T, Model A, Model L, Model 22, Model 55, Model 48, up to the Ford Sports Coupe, Chevy Cabriolet, Willys DeLuxe, Chevy Fleetline, Plymouth DeLuxe, Chrysler Town & Country "Woody" wagon and Nash Rambler... just to mention a few.
The terms Hot Rods and Street Rods can refer to cars of any of these eras (although there are certainly favorites among rodders), and the terms are often interchanged and confused. Both tend to refer to vehicles which have
been kept at or close to factory specs, with original engines, interiors and body. Some define Hot Rod as a beefed up vehicle built for high performance and probably sees at least occasional street or strip racing, whereas a Street Rod is a somewhat beefed up ride which is still very street legal and probably more favored for long pleasure rides, rod runs and cruises. While Hot Rods and Street Rods tend to use original drivetrains (or swap for small blocks or big blocks of the time if
the original motor is tired), performance manifolds, tunnel rams, blowers, superchargers, cams, lifters, rods, breathers, fuel lines, suspensions, brakes, intake and exhaust systems are often added and/or upgraded to increase power and performance. Custom vehicles have been quite altered from original factory specs, often exchanging original engines for later model power, modernized interiors that look little like the originals, and restyled bodies and trim.
Motorheads Performance has become known as nostalgia and traditionalist builders with "a pinch of high tech", preferring to keep stock vehicles as close to original as possible while giving customers the comforts and conveniences which will enhance their driving experience and allow them to get out and hit the roads in style!