Motovicity Adds Radium Engineering to its Growing Line Up of Brands - Engine Builder Magazine

Motovicity Adds Radium Engineering to its Growing Line Up of Brands

Motovicity Distribution has launched another premium brand onto its line card – Radium Engineering. Radium Engineering offers an expanding collection of motorsport parts and accessories for high-performance and racing.

Motovicity Distribution has launched another premium brand onto its line card – Radium Engineering. Radium Engineering offers an expanding collection of motorsport parts and accessories for high-performance and racing, focusing on its revolutionary fuel surge tank line and PCV oil catch can systems.

This collection includes application-specific parts designed and produced for aftermarket performance that branches out into universal fuel system products and other engine-related accessories to fit anything from Evos to Mustangs. Radium’s comprehensive line of fuel system components includes fuel rails, filter kits, components, and other specialized parts that help make up for the mass lack of quality and availability found throughout the industry.

Radium Engineering sets itself apart from other companies by paying special attention to detail and utilizing well-thought-out design when making its products.

“All Radium products are carefully planned with thorough R&D and developed in-house using the latest computer simulation and modeling techniques. Extensive testing and evaluation ensures the performance of Radium products exceed consumer expectations. For these reasons, top motorsports competitors and enthusiasts worldwide rely on Radium Engineering products,” says Tina Powell, Sales Manager at Radium

For more information: Motovicity.com

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