Indianapolis, IN – The 2013 Performance Racing Industry Trade Show, held December 12-14 at the Indiana Convention Center, was undoubtedly the biggest and best in the show’s long-running history. It was the perfect opportunity for the “who’s who” of the racing and street performance business to get acquainted with the new line of Magnum Performance Gaskets from Modern Silicone Technologies Inc. (MSI).
“We were delighted and motivated by the warm welcome we received at the PRI Show,” said Phillip Data, Magnum’s National Sales Manager. “Even though our company has been a major contract manufacturer for two decades, this was our first face-to-face trade show with the leaders in the racing industry. We anticipated that our Performance Line would be well received because it was designed by some of the most knowledgeable, experienced people in the performance gasket business, but the feedback was overwhelming.”
The initial Magnum Performance Gaskets lineup includes 80 new retail packaged gasket sets. These cover the most popular Chevy, Ford and Chrysler Small Block and Big Block V8s, as well as the GM LS family of engines, which are increasingly chosen for high performance buildups. Magnum has applied modern sealing technology and world-class manufacturing methods to America’s favorite performance engines.
The Magnum Performance Catalog can be found at www.magnumgaskets.com/performance.html.
Magnum maintains a “USA First” policy that gives priority to manufacturing and sourcing parts and materials in North America. More than 90% of Magnum products, including most Magnum Performance Gaskets, are designed, manufactured and packaged in the U.S.A. The Magnum Performance Line adds to Magnum’s wide range of coverage for domestic and import cars and trucks, including light duty and heavy duty diesels. For more information, visit www.magnumgaskets.com.
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