Since our opening in 1981 we began with a National Championship in the IKF Yamaha piston port division. We have since won Multiple National Championships every year in every catagory. Junior, Seniors, Pro, Regional, IKF, WKA, USPKS, SKUSA, FWT, LAKC and around the globe in several different countries and various categories. We have established ourselves in building engines within stated regulations and guidelines to perform to the highest level and the most optimized packages. We pride ourselves on our ability to answer first to new classifications and continue to developed and innovate when others are satisfied with the status quo.
Recent results are focused on the nations popular classifications. We have always been successful in the Senior applications and have established ourselves as the company to beat. KPV, YAMAHA, (piston port technology) were our first and primary focus for production. This technology has been tested and developed out of our knowledge of reed valved and rotary valved engines. The knowledge learned through cylinder head and carburetor technology has been utilized and applied in the piston port development. Porting, port angles and configuration in the reed valved catagories have also contributed to our knowledge and understanding of 2 stroke racing.
We now pay particular attention to the Junior Classifications as they are upcoming to the senior ranks. Specifically, KPV, Yamaha, Comer, and TAG CADET MINI ROK . We are obsessed to be the best, and our results have once again proved this by winning multiple Championships as well as in the JICA category with our vast knowledge of reed valve technology. It was also a natural to accelerate in the popular TAG Senior Classifications. We have made extensive provisions to our Dyno Testing facility to be able to test and develop the powerful TAG engines. Finite computer data acquicition has led us to perfectly optomized engine combinations which has yeild unparalleled power output and superior results.
2006 Results | 2007 Results | 2008 Results
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