What do we do?

Specializing in forced induction systems, it's our goal to provide extreme performance at a reasonable price. Not just a drop-shipping online store, PREracing features a service shop, showroom, AWD dyno with full tuning capabilities and a warehouse packed with inventory. We have a showroom packed full of turbochargers, exhausts, intakes, suspension parts, and other performance parts all of which can be installed in-house.

In addition to bolt on parts, we feature full custom fabrication capability for roll cages, engine swaps, turbo systems, and other custom tailored performance systems. To round things out, we also provide vehicle alignments, and wheel & tire services.

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Less than a week away from #bnw17! Here's the line up at the #PREracing booth. We're going to have a ton of products on display, and everything will be on sale. Get your tickets online and save! ... See MoreSee Less

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Keith A's widebody STI on our dyno!
Built & Tuned by PREracing
DeatschWerks 1500CC Injectors
Walbro Fuel Pumps 450LPH
COBB Tuning Flex Fuel Kit
Extreme Turbo Systems FMIC
Turbosmart Supersonic BOV
Tomioka Racing EL Header w/Exo Gate
Blouch Turbo DOM 3.0XT-R 10CM^2
Killer B Motorsport Oil Pan Combo
Cosworth Intake Manifold
EXEDY USA Stage 1 Clutch
Stance Coilovers XR1
dba 2 Piece Slotted Rotors
Hawk Performance HPS Pads
Racetech USA 1000
Forgestar F14 18x12 +16ET
BFGoodrich Tires 315/30ZR18
Headlights NW Projectors
BC Brian Crower, Manley Performance Products, Inc., & more.
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Following one of our previous posts We have had a couple people ask what we do between races. Here is the basic low-down on what we do EVERY time the car gets taken out. As well as a couple other things we look out for.

Step-1: Drain engine oil, remove oil filter, Cut open filter to inspect for internal damage of any kind. We will also note the condition of the oil overall, whether it smells of ethanol very badly or color etc.

Step-2: Drain transmission fluid through paint strainer. Look for significant debris. We then remove the inspection cover and check the overall condition of the gears etc. Looking for discoloration due to heat, or physically broken gears. The magnet is cleaned of the usual small debris before being reinstalled. Every OTHER event the entire trans comes out for inspection, and the clutch plates are measured for wear and flatness of the flywheels etc. is checked.

Step-3: Pull spark plugs and look at color gradient, signs of detonation etc. Small individual cylinder fueling decisions are usually made off of this step.

Step 4: Borescope cylinders to look for any signs of the ring butting etc, and general condition of bores is checked.

Step-5: Nut and bolt car (check torque) on critical fasteners. Especially drivetrain and engine fasteners that often come loose from vibration.

Step-6: Check other fluids including power steering, brakes, rear end.

If it all checks out good, you have a little party and put it all back together for the next outing.

We are extremely happy to say that even after over 40 1/2 mile and 15 1/4 passes at 850whp this thing has absolutely no issues whatsoever. The engine program has really come together and this KAPS Transmissions gearbox with the OS Giken Clutch are absolutely flawless after all this abuse.

Only issues I found were a broken needle in our fuel pressure gauge, and a serpentine belt that had jumped 1 rib from revving this thing 9200rpm in first gear.......

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Enjoy some new angles and additional footage from this last weekend's NWN Motorsports street car challenge!
#Fasterisbetter PREracing OS Giken COBB Tuning Killer B Motorsport
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With an event best of 9.65@151mph we’re home from an awesome weekend in Spokane, WA from the NWN Motorsports event. We brought the #blackwidow 1/2 mile WRX out to get some shake down passes with the new KAPS transmission on radials.

It proved to be a challenge with this combination to get it off the line well. First gear is very long now, and the radials have a narrow window where they are able to pull well without bogging with our Super99 turbocharger. We could not get the car back into the 1.5s 60fts like we had previously been able to do.

Regardless of this fact, we were able to run a 9.65@151mph quarter mile, with a best trap speed of 153mph. All done at a DA of 4000+ft..... This is an awesome result for us!

Highlight video to come!

#Fasterisbetter #PREracing #OSgiken #CobbTuning #killerbmotorsport
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