Race Tech Returns To Its Roots With Engine Machining Services

Race Tech’s Engine Room is Open For Business!

Race Tech Suspension returns to engine machining service
Race Tech Engine Room
From simple surface machining to installing new valve seats and performing 3- or 5-angle valve jobs, Race Tech’s engine department can handle it. Cylinder boring (of cast-iron cylinders), porting, crank rebuilding, soda blasting, ultrasonic cleaning, and other services are also available.©Motorcyclist

For over 30 years Race Tech has specialized in suspension, pioneering new products and technologies that give motorcyclists better control of their rides. Race Tech is well known for its suspension solutions, but what many people don't know is that Race Tech started as an engine-building company.

Beginning late last year, Race Tech made a return to its roots by assembling a machine shop equipped with state-of-the-art equipment. To top it off, they hired a talented machinist, Andrew Flores, to run the machines. Flores brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Race Tech, complimenting the decades of race-winning experience already represented by Race Tech owner Paul Thede and Race Tech’s Head of Research and Development, Rob Brown.

The Engine Room offers a wide range of engine-machining services performed to exacting tolerances. Work is backed by flow-bench and dynometer data, and all services come with a spec sheet outlining tolerances and specifications. All work is also backed by a 100 percent guarantee. Whether you are looking for valve-seat machining to maintain your engine’s performance or complete race builds, Race Tech has services available to meet your needs and budget.

For inquiries or a quote, please contact Sydney Ruge, Race Tech's Service Manager at sydney@racetech.com or 951.279.6655 ext. 2. Learn more about Race Tech's engine services at racetech.com.