Edelbrock Creates and Hires Product Manager for Forced Induction Products - Engine Builder Magazine

Edelbrock Creates and Hires Product Manager for Forced Induction Products

Edelbrock has appointed David Page as its new Product Manager for Forced Induction Products. In his new position Page will coordinate the efforts of the Edelbrock team and its resources to grow the presence of the Edelbrock brand in the Forced Induction market. This will include casting a vision for the product line, helping identify opportunities for new products, represent the group at trade shows, and more.

Page brings more than three decades of hands-on and professional experience in the performance automotive aftermarket component industry starting from age 14 when he raced go-karts. His hands on experience includes building drag, dirt and street stock cars, tuning land speed/standing-mile record holders with both turbocharged and nitrous power adders, off-road rock bouncers, Ultra 4 off-road buggies, boats, drag cars, and show/street cars.

Page has spent the last 15 years with COMP Performance Group, holding several tech and sales positions, including Technical Training Director. Before coming to COMP, Page owned his own performance automotive shop and construction company. 

“Edelbrock has a great reputation and terrific people,” says Page. “I look forward to my new position and helping the company exceed its goals.”

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