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Mast Motorsports Completes Merger With ENDYN
September 10, 2019
ENDYN will relocate its current Ft. Worth, Texas facility to Mast Motorsports’ all-new 22,000 square-foot cylinder head R&D campus in Nacogdoches, Texas, while ENDYN Founder Larry Widmer will take the reins of Mast’s Race Cylinder Head Services division.
Mast Motorsports Completes Merger With ENDYN

Mast Motorsports has completed a merger with the cylinder head and induction specialist ENDYN (Energy Dynamics) in the effort to broaden its portfolio of engine components and services. In the past, the two companies have worked closely together to co-develop ENDYN’s all-new Honda cylinder heads.

As part of the merger, ENDYN will relocate its current Ft. Worth, Texas facility to Mast Motorsports’ all-new 22,000 square-foot cylinder head R&D campus in Nacogdoches, Texas.

ENDYN Founder Larry Widmer will take the reins of Mast’s newly established Race Cylinder Head Services division while continuing to run ENDYN’s day-to-day operations.

“This partnership has a world of potential, and I’m very excited to work with everyone at Mast Motorsports,” Widmer said.

Widmer has been credited with developing the first plenum ram intake manifold for the Boss 429 engine, building the first flow bench capable of both static and pulsing flow evaluation of cylinder heads and intake manifolds, as well as the development of the high-compression “Soft Head” technology.

ENDYN also has a long history that includes achievements in NHRA Pro Stock, NASCAR Cup, IndyCar, Australian V8 Supercars, AHRA Super Stock and CAN-AM. Today, ENDYN serves domestic and overseas hardcore racing markets.

Although Widmer has built cylinder heads and induction components that serve the highest ranks of professional racing, working work with racers at the grassroots level strikes a chord with him.

“I just love engines. Racing is what I’ve done my whole life,” he said. “I want to win. It’s all or nothing, and that desire has grown more intense as I’ve grown older.”

For more information, visit mastmotorsport.com or theoldone.com.