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DeatschWerks is pleased to announce an agreement with Co-ordsport to distribute DW products throughout the UK and the rest of Europe.

This partnership will fill a hole in the distribution of DeatschWerks products to international markets. Co-ordSport was established in 1989 and has been a successful motorsports and performance parts wholesaler and retailer. The company is also involved in motorsports management, having built and run cars with many major teams including Mitsubishi Motors Corporation/Ralliart inc., both of Japan and Proton Cars Corporation/EON Motorsports of Malaysia...

DeatschWerks is proud to announce the hiring of Christopher Mills as the latest addition to the DW team. Chris will be a sales associate and will report to VP of Sales Michael Deatsch.

Chris obtained his bachelors degree in International Business from the Oklahoma State University in 2009. Chris has been heavily involved in SCCA Autocross/SOLO II for several years and has competed in local and regional events. His professionalism and enthusiasm for the industry are sure to combine into a successful tenure at DeatschWerks.

Lightweight, turbocharged, rear-wheel-drive, and inexpensive. With these desirable attributes, the new Hyundai Genesis had a great shot at being a tuner favorite from the moment it was released.

That being the case, DeatschWerks worked fast to be the first to market with a 100% drop-in fitment injector solution. The new application is available in 550cc and 750cc sizes and will has a retail price starting at $339/set of 4. DeatschWerks partnered with Dynojet CMD in the testing and tuning of the product. Like all DW injectors, the sets are flow matched both statically and...

Following an extensive 6 month $200,000 renovation, DeatschWerks will be moved into their new home by the end of May. The 12,000 sq.ft. facility will house all DW functions under one roof.

The move will take place over 2 weeks in phases so that there is minimal impact on their customers. Production was increased in anticipation of the move and no back-orders or other inconveniences to customers are expected. The new facility is more than 300% larger than the previous one. This additional space will allow for increased production capacity for existing products and a more extensive...

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