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DESIGN AND BESPOKE CONSULTANCY SERVICES

Individual throttle body kit for Mercedes W201 190e M102 8v 1.8-2.3 bespoke design

CAD Design

CAD Design Software

3D Scanning

Rendering

Product visualization through 3D Rendering

Fueling

Primary and secondary fueling analysis with Bosch and Weber injector selection

CFD

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

FEA

Finite Element Analysis (FEA)

Development

Developing a product from start to finish can be an arduous task, but with the tools above the process can be reduced. Scroll down for more specifics on what we can do.

Prototyping

Prototyping and test fitment via 3D printing

Manufacturing

With extensive experience in machining, carbon fiber, casting and finishing, we’re confident our attention to detail gives us the ability to bring anything to market.

ITB Kits

Individual Throttle Body Kits

Plenums & Airboxes

Plenums and air filter housings

Supercharger Kits

flywheels

Billet Flywheels

Bespoke flywheel consultation, design and manufacturing

Clutches and Flywheels Performance kits and components for road and track.

Road & Motorsport Clutches

Bespoke clutch consultation, design and manufacturing

Mercedes W202/W208 inc C36/C43/C55/CLK55 AMG AST and Moton Height and Damping Adjustable Suspension Performance kits and components for road and track.

Suspension

AP Racing Brake Kit Performance kits and components for road and track.

Performance Braking Systems

CAD alloy wheel bespoke design

Split Rim Alloy Wheels

Mercedes Camshafts, Performance kits and components for road and track.

Camshafts

CAD Design

Computer-Aided Design (CAD) plays a crucial role in the motorsport industry, where precision and accuracy are paramount. CAD software allows designers and engineers to create detailed 2D and 3D models of vehicles and their components, enabling them to refine and test designs before production. This helps reduce costs and improve safety, as it allows for the identification and correction of potential design flaws before physical prototypes are built. Additionally, CAD software can be used to simulate aerodynamic performance, suspension behavior, and vehicle dynamics, providing valuable insights that help engineers optimize vehicle performance. Overall, CAD has become an indispensable tool in motorsport design and engineering, playing a key role in the development of high-performance vehicles.

3D Scanning

3D scanning plays a critical role in prototyping because it enables designers and engineers to quickly and accurately capture the physical geometry of an object and create a digital replica. This digital model can then be used for a wide range of prototyping applications, including 3D printing, CNC machining, and simulation. By using 3D scanning, designers can iterate their designs more rapidly, identify potential issues earlier in the process, and reduce the time and cost associated with traditional prototyping methods. Furthermore, 3D scanning allows for the creation of highly accurate and complex geometries that would be difficult or impossible to achieve using traditional prototyping techniques. Overall, the importance of 3D scanning in prototyping cannot be overstated, as it has revolutionized the way designers and engineers approach product development.

Rendering

Rendering plays a key role in the finalising of a design by bringing ideas to life and allowing designers to visualize their concepts in a realistic and immersive way whilst exploring different material finishes. This gives designers an effective way to convey ideas and concepts.

Fueling

The choice and positioning of fuel injectors can have a significant impact on the performance, efficiency and reliability of any engine. OEMs spent alot of time usually manufacturing injectors with specific details for their application.

When tuning for modifications, most tuners seem to only select based on flow rate. this determines how much fuel is delivered to the engine. The size and flow rate of the injectors is important and must be carefully chosen to match the engine’s fuel requirements, but the main often overlooked example in aftermarket injection systems is the position and firing angle of the injector.

The fuel must be delivered in a fine mist to ensure complete combustion, if fuel is washing down the floor of ports of the head or intake manifold, it can’t atomise with complete efficiency. We have a range of injectors available in multiple angle and flow configurations allowing us to select a unit that will give exactly what is required, be it OEM like efficiency or high RPM atomisation.

Computational Fluid Dynamics

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a crucial tool in the field of motorsports. CFD is used to simulate the airflow around the vehicle and optimize aerodynamic performance. It allows engineers to test and refine different designs virtually, saving time and resources compared to physical wind tunnel testing. 

Finite Element Analysis

Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is used to simulate the structural behavior of components under different loads and stresses. This helps in designing lightweight and strong parts that can withstand the extreme forces experienced in motorsport and tuning. FEA enables engineers to optimize the performance and safety of any component designed.

Development

The first step in developing a new motorsport component is to identify a need or area for improvement. This could involve identifying a performance issue or weakness in an existing component, or finding a way to improve a specific aspect of the vehicle’s performance, such as weight reduction or aerodynamics.

Once the need has been identified, engineers and designers will work together to develop a prototype of the new component. This may involve using computer-aided design (CAD) software to create a virtual model of the component, followed by 3D printing or other prototyping methods to create a physical prototype for testing.

Testing is a critical part of the component development process. Engineers will use a variety of testing methods to evaluate the performance and durability of the new component, including laboratory testing, computer simulations, and real-world testing on the racetrack.

During testing, engineers will collect data on the performance of the component, including factors such as weight, strength, durability, and aerodynamics. This data is then used to refine and optimize the design, making adjustments as necessary to improve the component’s performance.

Prototyping

3D printing has revolutionized the field of rapid prototyping by offering designers and engineers an efficient and cost-effective way to create physical models of their designs. With traditional prototyping methods, creating a physical model often required expensive tooling and a significant amount of time. 3D printing, on the other hand, enables rapid creation of complex geometric shapes and intricate designs with minimal setup time and cost. We’re able to send a prototype for test fitting before the manufacture of any product.

Manufacturing

With extensive experience in machining, carbon fiber, casting and finishing, we’re confident our attention to detail gives us the ability to bring anything to market.

ITB Kits

Our expert designers have years of experience in creating ITB kits that are tailor-made to suit specific engine requirements. We work closely with our clients to ensure that every design is unique and optimized for maximum performance and efficiency. Our modular range of ITB kits can be adapted to almost any model.

Plenums & Airboxes

We have a range of plenums, airboxes and intakes designed for various applications, most of these can be adjusted in depth to give a larger plenum volume if required and if our range can’t satisfy specifications we can take on a bespoke project.

Supercharger Kits

Time honoured means of increasing horsepower. Typically a belt-driven compressor which forces more air into the combustion chamber by compressing it, resulting in a higher volume of fuel being burned and more power being generated. Whilst they can provide a significant boost in power, superchargers will also generate additional heat and put strain on the engine, which can lead to increased wear and tear over time.

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