Louis Senter

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Louis to the left with Bob Morton in Bob Morton's 1928 Ford

Louis Senter was the president of the Ansen Automotive Engineering Company, and designed more then 200 different speed equipment items.

Louis' formula for speed was to use big valves, run the pistons up into the head, use a 4-carb manifold, and cut down the weight of the engine wherever possible without weakening it.


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