Two recent Bridgeport Builds

Friday, November 14th, 2014

Two recent bridgeport builds we did.

The first is  half bridge with aggressive porting of the primary and secondary ports as well as the exhaust ports. The turbo is a Turblown TDX61R. It put down 534whp at 20 psi on E67 (winter ethanol blend). The car is very streetable, even with the bridge.

The second is a full bridge with a Borg-Warner S366. It put down 560whp on c16 at about 20 psi as. This one is set up for the drag strip, but the customer still drives it on the street occasionally. Enjoy!

 

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Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

Customer came in with this Audi S4 for a checkup before showing it to a potential buyer. Its always a good idea to have a used car looked over by a professional prior to purchase to ensure there are no major underlying issues.

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Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

SLP Loudmouth exhaust install on a Dodge Charger Daytona.

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Happy 4th of July

Friday, July 4th, 2014

We will be closed to the public from 7/4 – 7/6 in observance of 4th of July. We will re-open on Monday 7/7. Have a safe and happy holiday.

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R34 Skyline rollled into the shop today.

Thursday, April 10th, 2014

Had an R34 Skyline roll into the shop today. It was a real treat seeing one of these rare cars. Enjoy the pics!

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IRP Stainless Steel Oil Filler Neck

Monday, February 17th, 2014

Here at IR Performance, we have an exciting announcement to make– we are running an introductory Group Buy on our newest performance product for the Rotary Community:
The IRP Stainless Steel Oil Filler Neck!
Catering to the single turbo owners and road race/track junkies, this product has the following features:

  • All 304 Stainless Steel construction
  • Butt welded fittings and neck, TIG welded
  • Choice between dual –6 ports or a single –10 port to run to catch can and/or compressor inlet
  • Custom machined flange that works as a baffle while not restricting filling
  • Made in the U.S.A. by rotary enthusiasts
  • Works with stock and aftermarket oil caps
  • Fits with GZ/Excessive LIM as well as stock
  • No modifications needed, bolt on and go
  • Includes sealing o-ring and mounting hardware

Retail price is set at $245

Check under the RX-7 section to order.

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IRP Master Cylinder Brace

Monday, February 17th, 2014

Hi everyone,we at IRP are pleased to announce another new product we are bringing to market, a Master Cylinder Brace for the LHD FD3s RX-7.

To our knowledge, a bolt-on and go component of this nature has never been available before for our cars here in the USA

This piece is CNC’ed aluminum and hard anodized. It is designed for a fairly easy (and reversible) installation and to help aid in deflection of the master cylinder under hard braking. It comes will hardware necessary to install.

Introductory pricing is set at $125 plus $12 shipping. Check under the RX-7 section to order.

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Anyone else wishing for Spring?

Monday, February 17th, 2014

Another snowy day at IRP. Can’t wait for all this to melt and the sun to come out!

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We Do More Than Just Rotarys

Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

While we get a ton of rotary engine work because that is the niche we have, we are happy to work on all cars. Here is a 1992 GMC Typhoon in for a tuneup, fix a couple issues, and maybe some upgrades. This example only has 70,000 miles, not bad for a 21 year old vehicle.

 

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Second we have a Factory Five Daytona Coupe. Current project is fabricating a new 2.5″ exhaust to replace the current restrictive 2″ pipes.

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Just some of the cars we have worked on the past few weeks. Enjoy!

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013