February 2009 Issue
A New Name on the Alternative Engine Block
Maxwell Propulsion takes over the old NSI line of Subaru conversions and changes everything but the engine.
When NSI went under in 2005, builders who had an engine or were waiting on parts for one might have found themselves in a world of hurt. But seeing an opportunity, John and Gwen Maxwell acquired the assets of the company and have endeavored since to make a sound product even better; by Marc Cook.
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