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Behind the scenes. How Turbosmart products are made

Today we will have a look through the Turbosmart manufacturing facility in Sydney Australia. Turbosmart are world leaders in turbocharger related products with many of the fastest turbo cars around the globe using their wastgates, blow off valves, fuel regulators and boost controllers in all forms of motorsport. In this video we take you into their facility to have a look at how their products are made from concept to reality. Meet the CEO and engineering staff and see what goes into making products designed to break records, and products that can be equally at home on your daily driver! And we LOVE the picture on the bosses wall!!

And if you like what you see and want to buy any Turbosmart products now is the time to do it because in the month of November we are offering HUGE savings across the range but remember this deal ends on the 30th November 2010. Check it out here


Turbosmart Comp-Gate40 wins at SEMA

The new Comp-Gate40 has just won the Global Media Award at SEMA.

 "We are absolutely thrilled with this award," said Turbosmart USA's general manager, Marty Staggs, "we've spent countless hours designing, testing and perfecting this product, and the response we've had at the show has been overwhelmingly positive. This award just tops it all off nicely."


  The Turbosmart staff at SEMA have been inundated with enquiries about the Comp-Gate40 and the range of newly released products for 2011. "The interest and the feedback has been nothing short of spectacular. We've actually won THREE awards from THREE different countries; Mexico, Brazil, and New Zealand!" said Marty Staggs, "Our 2011 Range seems to be exactly what the performance market wants - it's a testimony to the great effort put in by our engineering, R&D and production people."

And in the month of November we are offering a massive 10% of all Turbosmart products so you will not find this product cheaper anywhere!! click here to buy

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