Katech Performance Online Store

Katech Performance Launches Online Store

Katech Performance announces a new online store offering more than 170 products for purchase. Katech's online store presents a variety of products for sale, including adjustable belt tensioners, blocks and block parts, body parts, brakes, camshafts, coil relocation brackets, crankshafts, connecting rods, cylinder cases, cylinder heads, engines, exhaust systems, fuel rail spacers, intake systems, pistons, retainers, shifters, suspension, throttle bodies, valve covers, valve springs and wheels.

Katech Performance announces a new online store offering more than 170 products for purchase.
 
Katech’s online store — available on the company’s home page www.katechengines.com — presents a variety of products for sale, including adjustable belt tensioners, blocks and block parts, body parts, brakes, camshafts, coil relocation brackets, crankshafts, connecting rods, cylinder cases, cylinder heads, engines, exhaust systems, fuel rail spacers, intake systems, pistons, retainers, shifters, suspension, throttle bodies, valve covers, valvesprings and wheels.  Tools like aluminum jacking pucks and the Whistler compression ratio tester are also available.
 
The store includes a new product section featuring the latest and greatest from Katech, such as their Carbon Fiber Valve Covers and ClubSport Wheels.  In addition, a clearance section highlights discounted items while merchandise is featured in its own category.       

Visitors can even register at the online store to participate in Katech’s 2009 Track Attack event at the Autobahn Country Club in Joliet, IL.
      
“Most Katech orders today are coming from the online store, many at night and during the weekends,” explains Jason Harding, director of aftermarket operations, Katech Performance. “The store has been a great addition to our site, allowing us to process orders more quickly and deliver improved customer service.  In most instances, customer orders ship the same day.”
      
Katech Performance, the aftermarket performance division of Katech Inc., engineers and manufactures race-proven crate engines and components for all LS engines including solid belt tensioners, coil relocation brackets, cylinder heads, valve spring retainers, pistons, push rods, throttle bodies and valve covers, among other high-performance products for the street and track. In addition to engines and components, Katech Performance also develops highly refined vehicle packages for Corvettes and other LS-powered vehicles.
      
Katech Inc. was founded on the need to provide responsive service and skills to factory race efforts in all forms of racing.  Since 1978, Katech Inc. has captured more than 60 driver’s and manufacturer’s championships competing in the world’s most prestigious racing leagues, including the SCCA SPEED World Challenge, American Speed Association (ASA), International Motor Sports Association (IMSA), American Le Mans Series (ALMS) and NASCAR(r).  Katech’s legacy also is deeply rooted in automotive endurance racing with multiple class wins in the renowned 12 Hours of Sebring, 24 Hours of Daytona and 24 Hours of Le Mans.
      
Today, Katech is an industrial leader in advanced racing and high-performance engine development, manufacturing, testing and assembly, and offers support services for the professional racer including boring, honing, fabrication, welding and prototype parts development.  Katech is located at 24324 Sorrentino Court, Clinton Township, MI, 48035.  Contact the company by phone at 866-KATECH1 or visit online at www.katechengines.com.

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