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We are hiring

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

We are hiring: We need a rock star design engineer to join the team for complete engine and performance components. We are designing castings, billet, carbon fiber & plastic injection molding. Our projects range from 200 to 2,000 horsepower projects covering complete engines, race engine conversion, inductions systems and carbon fiber intake systems. Our Carbon XR is actually a small glimpse into what we do in the highly confidential design side of our business.

We need people that pride themselves on the quality and efficiency of their work with a passion to build high power, world class engines and components. Want to join a Skunkworks style elite team? Please read job descriptions and send qualifications as requested in documents.

Position: Design Engineer

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Carbon XR on HorsePower TV

Saturday, August 11th, 2012


Performance Design is proud to announce that the Carbon XR LS7 Intake Manifold will be featured on this weekend’s episode of HorsePower TV, part of the PowerBlock on SPIKE. We install our all carbon fiber and billet construction intake on 454 LSX crate engine to run on the dyno.

Air Date: August 11 – 12, 2012
Show: HorsePower TV
Time: 9:30 a.m. both days

The PowerBlock airs 9 am to 11 am on Saturday and Sunday east and west coast time. However, please check your local listing for times in your area. Watch either day, set your DVR or if you miss it, watch it online here:

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Published in GM High-Tech Mag

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

The November issue of GM High-Tech Performance features a tech article authored by Caleb Newman covering the subjective topic of “driveability” or “streetability” when increasing performance in a car.  Spanning 10 pages, the article is intended as the first in a series with the second covering software simulation of the 10 camshafts run on the dyno.

There were no winners declared here because the intent is to create an objective guide by which the reader can gauge his subjective feelings of street manners and choose his personal “winner”.

Read the article here.

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