Custom Performance Engineering makes intake manifolds for a variety of makes and models, including N54/N55 BMW 335, SRT-4, Mazda 3 and 6, Mitsubishi Evo X, Subaru WRX/STi, and various Ford Mustang and Focus models. Pictured on top is the an intake manifold for the Ford Mustang EcoBoost 2.3-liter turbo. On the lower half are CPE parts for the Ford Focus RS, which is part of the Atmosphere turbo kit.
On the lower half of the display is more Ford Focus RS parts, including more turbo kit parts and the intake manifold.
I ran into a few cars on display here, but this boosted Dodge Challenger caught my eye with its attractive widebody. There were no specs on the car that I could see, but I did a little research and found that the car is owned and built by Gooichi Motorsports, and it’s known as “Project Killmode”. Nice. All I know is that it’s got a huge blower underneath the hood.
CSF radiators was showing off this 31mm 1-row B-tube technology, triple-pass radiator for the Ford Focus ST, which is new for the CSF line, and debuted here at PRI 2016. CSF also has an oil cooler for it.