Total Seal Forms Alliance with Race Winning Brands' Piston Manufacturers - Engine Builder Magazine

Total Seal Forms Alliance with Race Winning Brands’ Piston Manufacturers

Officials from Total Seal Piston Rings have announced a new alliance with Diamond, JE and Wiseco Pistons. As part of the partnership, Total Seal piston rings are now available as an upgrade option on any piston from JE Pistons, Wiseco Performance Products or Diamond Pistons.

The three performance piston brands are all under the Race Winning Brands (RWB) banner, which also includes Dart, MGP, K1, Trend, X2 & Boostline. While the option of Total Seal rings has been available as a special order option, this announcement makes it easier to take advantage of Total Seal’s patented technologies including its gas ported rings, diamond finish and Total Conform rings.

“This new alliance represents a win for our customers,” RWB President Bob Bruegging said. “Providing performance options to our customers reflects the mission of Race Winning Brands, and adding Total Seal Piston Rings provides our customers with a premium performance option without added hassle or handling costs.”

“Our new alliance with these three leading piston manufacturers will … be a mutually successful relationship,” Total Seal CEO and President Matt Hartford said.

For more information: totalseal.com or racewinningbrands.com.

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