DeatschWerks is announcing a new Co-op branding program for 2016 that will allow for SEMA display vehicles wearing DeatschWerks logo’s to qualify for payouts of up to $500 in product credit or $200 in cash.
DeatschWerks knows the amount of money and hard work that goes into building the amazing vehicles on display every year at SEMA. Most of the vehicles are not backed by deep pocket sponsors, but instead by enthusiasts sacrificing blood, sweat, tears… and a lot of money to one day get their build on the SEMA show floor. So for all this hard work and dedication, DeatschWerks will support these vehicles with product credit and cash of up to $500 for displaying one of the official DW logo options. DeatschWerks hopes this support will ease some of the burden of what it takes to get a vehicle all the way to Las Vegas for the show.
Applications for the SEMA Co-op branding program will start being accepted September 28th.
Participants can choose between two different styled vinyl logos or self-cutting a logo, each of which has a different product credit or cash payout value. The program is open to anyone who will have their vehicle on display at the 2016 SEMA show, whether in a manufacturers’ booth, in the concourses, or outside of the show and regardless of whether the car is individually owned, shop owned, or manufacturer owned.
Don’t have a DeatschWerks fueling product installed on the vehicle yet? Don’t worry, DeatschWerks can help with that too. There is a place on the application to inquire about product sponsorship if the vehicle is not yet DeatschWerks equipped.
The purpose of the Advertising Coordinator position is to support all advertising related functions at DeatschWerks. The position requires flexibility in managing multiple projects of various types and may include a broad range of tasks. The Advertising Coordinator reports directly to the Operations Manager, but may be assigned tasks by others as necessary. Projects related to this position will require the ability to work independently as well as with groups.
Necessary knowledge, skills, traits, and experience include:
Strong writing ability and proofreading skills
Ability to meet deadlines
Willingness to learn new competencies
Accurately organize, coordinate and track projects
Effectively communicate with internal staff, executive team and outside vendors
Daily responsibilities include, but are not limited to coordination and completion of the following types of tasks:
Manage social media
Graphics and print design
Web site design and maintenance
Track and compile data
Additional responsibilities may ultimately include:
Photography and videography
Manage marketing relationships
Manage and attend events
Develop and manage promotions
Note: Travel of up to 15 days per year may be required.
The Ideal candidate:
Possesses strong writing ability and proofreading skills
Has achieved a bachelor’s degree in writing, graphic design, marketing or a related field, or sufficient experience in these areas and a degree in a different field of study
Has experience in graphic design and editing
Possesses at least basic knowledge and experience in most of the other areas described above, and is eager to learn more
Is very organized and detail oriented
Car knowledge and experience is not absolutely necessary, but knowledge and/or a strong interest in learning more will be beneficial
Salary range: $34,000 - $42,000
DeatschWerks is a manufacturer and seller of high performance, aftermarket automotive fuel systems in Oklahoma City. We distribute our products throughout the world. Our typical customer ranges from large automotive parts dealers and distributors to hard core racers and enthusiasts.
DeatschWerks has six core values we focus on when making company decisions. Those values are Team, Action, Passion, Solutions, Customer & Enthusiasm. When evaluating this position, we will look for candidates who strongly exhibit these values. Find more details about DeatschWerks Core Values.
The approach taken for the DWR1000 adjustable fuel pressure regulator is not to reinvent the wheel, but simply to make a better wheel. All the best aspects of the existing regulators on the market were included in the DWR1000, but in addition, improvements were made in materials and design to culminate in the best all-around regulator available to date.
Designed and tested specifically for ethanol compatibility – Many popular regulators on the market today contain brass internals, which can corrode and weaken when used with e85. The DWR1000 was designed from the ground up with e85 in mind and is constructed with 100% e85 compatible materials such as stainless steel, anodized aluminum, and nitrile.
The DWR1000 was benchmarked against 5 of the leading regulators on the market and designed to outperform all across multiple categories…
100% Ethanol Compatibility
High carbon steel spring
Anodized housing, available in black or titanium
100% brass free
Precision Pressure Adjustment
Smooth ball bearing adjustment
2psi/turn pressure ratio
Massive 45mm diaphragm
Adjustable from 30-100+ psi
Maximum Installation Flexibility
Multi-positional mounting bracket
2 inlet ports for single or dual rail plumbing
Integrated 1/8” NPT gauge port
Semi-compact 60mm footprint
Highest Quality and Value
Competitive price point
In-house QA testing process
3-yr comprehensive warranty
The DWR1000 is ideal for the 300hp to 1000hp range and able to handle 500lph of flow. It comes in your choice of anodized black or titanium finish, and an optional 0-100 psi mechanical gauge is available.
With the release of the 340lph DW300c fuel pump in 2015, it was quickly realized that the pump would be 100% drop-in fitment for the 2009-2015 Cadillac CTS-V. This presented an opportunity for DeatschWerks to perform in-car development and testing on our own 2011 CTS-V shop car. Having just completed some significant modifications and already running the 1000cc DW 16u-90 injectors, the DW CTS-V had everything needed, except the fuel pump solution, to make the switch to e85.
Existing pump upgrades available for the platform are overly expensive, complicated, and have significant issues with low fuel level conditions. DW knew the 300c held great promise in bringing a simple, cost effective pump solution to support the fuel delivery demands the majority of V owners required. With a goal of 700whp on e85 through its auto transmission, the pumps were installed, and the car was sent to Houston House of Power for e85 flex fuel conversion and tuning.
Due to camshaft and airflow limitations, the V ended up making 680rwhp on e85, fueled only by the 300c pumps and the 1000cc 16u-90 injectors, a combination totalling less than $1K. Data-logging showed peak IDC of less than 70% and rail pressure holding a strong 65psi through the entire power band. Further long term drivability testing proved the pumps installed in the V module were as quiet as OE, exhibited no hot or cold start issues, and most importantly, allowed full use of the OE fuel tank even when pushed beyond the low fuel light.
Plans are underway for a new cam, cylinder head work, and SC porting to reach an ultimate goal of 750whp on e85, all done solely with the DW300c pumps
With the release of the new DW300c fuel pump kit for the LSA CTS-V earlier this year, we wanted to prove this new fueling solution on the 2011 DW CTS-V shop car with a goal of 750whp on E85. The first go around yielded 680whp on E85 but still had plenty of room left in the fuel system. After a cam change, along with some porting and polishing, 749whp was achieved with fuel pressure rock steady, and still some headroom left on the DW 16U-90lb injectors, proving that the DW300c fuel pump kit along with the injectors is by far the best solution on the market
Larger Texas Speed Cam
Alas, a fatal flaw for some of our customers was the CEL that was triggered due to the increased pump draw from the high flow 300c’s. You asked for a solution and we’ve been working hard to deliver one.
In collaboration with TorqByte, we have developed a hardware upgrade that solves the CEL issue. The upgrade is a cost-effective service that is performed on your OE FPCM and is available immediately through TorqByte. See links below for more details…