Do you guys have a website that lists your products/services with associated pricing?
Not yet! I have been pretty delinquent about setting one up. So far, all of our business has been generated by word of mouth. Our pricing, though, is simple: For engine builds (we currently do only S62s and S54s, but may branch into S65s and M54s in the future), we charge actual documented out of pocket cost plus 30% plus shipping and taxes (if any). (We do also charge a disassembly and cleaning fee if you deliver an assembled core to us or we have to buy one for you). We provide a detailed estimate at the commencement of a build and require a deposit equal to the projected costs. At completion, we provide a detailed breakdown of the actual costs incurred, which is used for calculating the 30%. This only works on the assumption that we buy all the parts, of course, so when a customer wants us to use provided parts, we have to use an alternative pricing methodology.
If you have a need short of a full engine build (shortblock, complete vanos refurbishment, competition heads), we provide those estimates on a one-off basis. We do also stock a small but ever increasing range of engine-specific parts for specific prices, such as our heat exchanger block-off kit for the S62 ($300) and secondary air port plugs for S62 heads ($100 per pair). In development are 7075 motor mounts, stainless headers, and a steering shaft solution for swapping an S62 into an E46 M3. After we complete that swap on the Partee Racing E46 M3 (after this NASA ST3 season), we will price an all-in "S62 into E46 M3" swap cost.
PS: When it comes to engine builds, we do everything from perfectly stock rebuilds to club racing motors and beyond. All depends on what the customer wants. We use tried and true combinations to achieve the customer's goals and try to avoid turning a customer's build into an "experiment." I've been one of those myself, and it's no fun when it goes awry (especially when it goes awry twice).