Posts Tagged ‘Viper’

Walrbo Releases E85 Compatible In Tank Fuel Pump

April 12th, 2012 Comments off

walbro e85 fuel pump

Walbro has released an updated version of the 39/50 DC/SS pump many people know as the 400LPH pump with the option of being E85 compatible. In overall appearance the pump dimensions are the same, for this unit to be used in E85 all electrical connections must be sealed, there for this new unit will have a build in electrical harness with a female Packard connector.

•Outperforms all current market in-tank fuel pumps
•Designed for engines with more than 500HP
•Award-winning OE Technology
•High- Pressure,High-flow performance
•OEM technology designed and developed for E85. All pumping components have been validated to OEM Specifications for approved use in E85/Flex fuel applications.

Part Number # F90000267
The conservative horsepower rating of this pump is that this pump can support 800 HP on 12 volts and up to 950 HP on 13.5 volts!!!!!!!

This pump will be released Spring 2012 and is available for pre-order on our website at the link below.
Walrbo Releases E85 Compatible In Tank Fuel Pump

Devil In Red Dress

July 27th, 2011 Comments off

You guys may recognize this from the Axis vs. Allies post earlier this month. Before we returned it to the customer, we took it down to the studio to snap a few shots. Enjoy.

Titan Treks To Texas Mile

April 2nd, 2010 Comments off

Last week a few of the Titan employees made a pilgrimage to the ‘Texas Mile’, catching a late flight after work we arrived to Houston with a 3 hour drive to our hotel still ahead of us, but the journey is half the fun. We awoke Saturday morning and went downstairs grab breakfast, while there we saw Ryan Woon from Wide Open Throttle Motorsports, Chris Johnson from Performance Motorsport and Cody Phillips. We took the scenic route out to the airstrip where the event is held and saw a few small towns as well as some great back roads that would have been a lot of fun in a faster car (we rented a Dodge Charger).

This was the first ‘Texas Mile’ for everyone in our group, but not the first standing mile competition we had been to. A few months earlier several of us had attended the ‘Mile Marker 1’ event in Miami. The ‘Texas Mile’ was highly organized, and we were able to get signed in and out to the starting grid in just a few minutes. There were lots of trailers and it was still fairly early so we got a chance to see several of the cars with their skirts up being worked on. There was just about every kind of sports car you could imagine present at the event. There were Porsches, Corvettes, Vipers, Lamborghinis, Ferraris and many more. I was most surprised to see some of the old hot-rods that looked like they were land speed cars that would attend Bonneville or a similar event as well as the classic Detroit muscle cars complete with enormous engines.

When the cars began to run the mile, one by one they would leave the line and head off into the heat-waves coming off the track. There were quite a few displays setup around the track to post up the speeds the cars were achieving. Several bikes and cars went well over the “magic” 200mph barrier, an accomplishment in itself, but the fastest cars were hitting 240+ and one of the bikes hit 260+…I can only imagine what that would feel like in a car much less a motorcycle.

Overall the event was great, well organized, lots of fun for both the competitors and spectators, and they ordered up some excellent weather. If you ever have the chance to make it out to the ‘Texas Mile’, it’s a trip you won’t forget!

Underground Racing

September 15th, 2008 1 comment

This weekend we traveled to Rockingham, NC for the ADRL race. One of the benefits of racing all over the country is the ability to visit other shops in the local area. Our wholesale department is one of our largest divisions, we supply many key components and parts to other tuners and often work to create custom solutions to parts problems for their lineup. This trip we decided to check out Underground Racing in Charlotte, NC about 80 miles away from Rockingham.

Underground Racing is known for producing the fastest street Vipers in the country and have recently begun producing twin turbo kits for the Ford GT and Lamborghinis. The quality of their work is impeccable and they run a great operation in Charlotte, NC. After seeing what they’ve done in the Viper market, I’m sure they are likely to succeed in the Exotic arena as well. We look forward to working with them on future projects.

I would also like to thank Kevin and Casey for allowing us to tour their shop and use a lift to PPI our 996TT project. We look forward to working with Underground on future projects and wish them much success.