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US Based Nigerian Leaves the World Stunned at his Automobile Creations

Ndubisi Ezerioha also known as Bisi Ezerioha is a creative engineer who shows his creativity through his uniquely designed engines.
He is a 48-year-old engineer whose creativity has left the world’s records broken.

He is a chemical engineer by training. He got admission into Anambra State University of Technology (ASUT) in Nigeria at age 15. Bisi was a pharmaceutical researcher but later focused fully on engineering.

In 1997, he found the Bisimotors solely for designing engineer for sports cars. He wanted to showcase his skill and partook in street racing when he won the first in the year 1997. He was later on voted as the “World’s favourite pro stock racer.”

Along the way, to his path of success, Bisi struck several deals with companies like Hyundai Elantra, Honda Odyssey, Hyundai Sonata Sedan, Honda Fit, Porsche 911, Honda Civic Si, and the Honda’s Civic Wagon.

The engine he designed in 2015 for Hyundai and that of Honda Odyssey (2014) is recognised as the world strongest engine.

With the uniqueness of Bisimotors, several films, magazines and video games have showcased Bisimotors

Bisi’s early achievement include building the most powerful naturally-aspirated SOHC Honda engines involving the D16A6, D15B7, F22A, F18A and D16Z6 platforms.

His name has been engraved on the world’s record for building the fastest carbureted front-wheel car and he also holds two world’s records in car engine design and speed.

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