When it comes to Mitsubishi performance, Buschur Racing started the game. Founded by David Buschur nearly 30 years ago, our record setting performance propelled us to be the first shop to run 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8 and 7 second times at the drag strip with the Mitsubishi 4G63 engine. You will also find our parts on cars set up for the street, autocross, road course, salt flats and ½ mile tracks! We feel confident that outside of Mitsubishi themselves, more Mitsubishi engines and parts have been built here than anywhere else in the world. We ship our parts to many countries across the world. Hard work and results without gimmicks is what led us to pave the way for everyone in the Mitsubishi community. In recent years we have also proven to be a force in the GTR community, manufacturing and selling many great parts. Now combining forces with our new owner, Jimmy Bowling’s engine machine shop, we are adding unparalleled engine building and machining experience in the 4G63 and GTR communities and also expanding to other engine markets.
More about Jimmy Bowling
Jimmy is a 3rd generation car guy. Its safe to say that he never had a chance. Racing is in his blood. He first stood on a milk crate in an engine machine shop sand blasting his dad’s valves at age 8. Around that time is when he started drawing his own shop logos on race cars he drew. Working in racing and owning his own shop was his goal before he even attended middle school. Taking college engineering and machining classes in high school he then went to pursue a mechanical engineering degree in 1998. In his first semester of college he met a now long time friend that introduced him to the world of turbocharging, electronic fuel injection and all wheel drive cars. He was hooked. Shortly thereafter, upon purchasing his first turbo Talon he made his first pilgrimage to Wakeman Ohio and Buschur Racing. With in a few months he and his aforementioned friend were traveling the country coast to coast racing a Buschur Racing built and sponsored Chrysler Conquest with a 4G63 swap. During this time Jimmy also went to school for High Performance Engine Machining. As luck would have it a close family friend had just opened up an engine machine shop and he went to work there immediately. Trying to make a decent living in a field that most people would pay to experience he bounced between engine building and engineering/cad design. In 2012 he opened up All In Racing Engines and even ended up doing some of Buschur Racing’s machine work. All of the hard learned lessons and experience led him to be tapped for purchasing Buschur Racing when one of his Idol’s, David Buschur was ready to partially retire.