Scholar Engines were formed in 1968 to produce modified performance road, race, rally and various competition engines. During this time we have gained an enviable record for producing highly competitive cost effective engines.
Our range of services and machining facilities include:
- Cylinder Head and Block Re-facing
- Up to 48″ crankshaft grinder
- Electronic fuel injector testing and cleaning
- Vertical and horizontal honing
- Ultrasonic thickness gauge
- Main bearing line honing
- Power stroking vertical and horizontal honing
- Dynamic balancing
- Cylinder head assembly
- Cylinder head guide insertion
- Connecting rod alignment
- Centronic valve seat cutting
- Repco valve spring testing
- Magnetic particle crack detection
- Cylinder boring machine
- Bead blasting
- Avery hardness testing
- Computerised camshaft profile checking
- Valve refacing
- Computerised airflow test bench
- Cylinder head and block pressure tester
- Eddy current dynamometer with TAT data logging
- Full MIG & TIG welding
- Hydraulic dynamometer
- Surface measuring equipment
Scholar engines were formed in September 1968 to produce modified performance road, race, rally and various competition engines. During this period of time we have gained an enviable record for producing highly competitive cost effective engines.
Our most outstanding achievements have been in ultra competitive “Formula Ford” racing class, both in the Kent engine and latterly Zetec engine categories, and with the introduction of the all-new Ford Duratec, we are now fast becoming Duratec specialists. Many of the worlds leading racing drivers have used the services of Scholar during the early part of their careers. In 2002 five Formula One Grand Prix drivers were past customers of Scholar Engines
Now situated in Mendlesham, Suffolk, the 6000 sq. ft. factory is comprehensively equipped to carry out a vast range of in-house machining and testing operations. This includes cylinder boring and honing under operating conditions, computerized camshaft, airflow and dynamometer testing. Our ten-strong workforce has over one hundred and fifty years combined experience of working with performance and racing engines.
At present they are deeply involved in developing Rover K-series, Ford Zetec, Duratec and Vauxhall 850 engines for competition and track day use.
SCHOLAR ENGINES – CLASSICS AT GLEMHAM
We are pleased to announce our sponsorship of the Annual Classics at Glemham event this year! Come and visit us on our show stand to take a look at some of the engines Scholar became famous for along with some of the restoration projects our customers have completed that feature our engines. Date: Sunday 4th …
E10 Unleaded Fuel
What you should consider for your pre-2011 vehicle From September onwards, Unleaded (aka “95 RON”) fuel will be replaced by the biofuel E10 Unleaded. Put simply E10 is being introduced to help lower greenhouse gases (e.g. CO2). The new E10 may be harmful to some pre-2011 cars. It is more likely to be harmful to …
1930’s Crossley Engine
1930’s Crossley Engine. Originally built by Coventry Climax. To say this is a historically important engine is a bit of an understatement given the Crossley connections!
We are located just off the A140 approximately 7 miles from the A14 in Suffolk.
Blue House Lane
Our office hours:
Saturday: By Appointment Only
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Telephone: 01449 767711
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