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SuperTrapp Acquires Fluidyne

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SuperTrapp Industries, Inc. has acquired the assets of Fluidyne Powersports , Inc of San Bernardino, California and will market the business under the new name of FPS Racing.

SuperTrapp assures that their customers will continue to receive the same high quality product and service that they have counted on in the past.

FPS Racing is a leading manufacturer of high performance radiators, oil coolers and accessories directed towards the off road dirt bike, ATV & UTV markets. They have a strong presence in the market and reputation for developing superior products both in performance and durability along with premier customer service. Neil Holt has been the driving force behind the company and will continue to be an integral part of the new FPS Racing.

For 40 years, SuperTrapp Industries, Inc. has been a leading manufacturer of performance exhaust products for motorcycle, ATV and automotive applications. In addition to their signature tunable disc diffuser exhaust systems, SuperTrapp manufactures the Kerker brand of exhaust systems, Road Legends Series, designed by master bike builder, Paul Yaffe and TC Racing exhausts, designed by master ATV engine builder, Tom Carlson as.

SuperTrapp also recently acquired and now manufactures the JayBrake product line which includes forward foot controls, handlebar controls, foot pegs, grips, brake calipers, and other motorcycle accessories to fit Harley-Davidson and American V-Twin motorcycles.

Kevin Berger (President of SuperTrapp Industries, Inc.) says: “We are excited about expanding our off-road product offering and look forward to adding FPS Racing to the SuperTrapp family of products.

Effective immediately, please direct all orders and order inquiries for FPS Racing products to SuperTrapp at:

SuperTrapp Industries, Inc

4540 W160th St.

Cleveland, OH 44135-2628

216-265-8400

216-265-0130 Fax

FPSRacing@SuperTrapp.com

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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