Behind The Scenes At Edelbrock – Free Shop Tours May 4th, 2013

Ever want to see just what it’s like inside Edelbrock‘s factory? Last year the Edelbrock team gave free tours, and due to overwhelming demand, they’ve decided to offer the tour again this year, on Saturday, May 4th. Their headquarters and manufacturing facilities are located in Torrance, California, and encompasses a number of buildings where the Edelbrock name comes to life. 

The tours will cover everything from the manufacturing facilities to the R&D areas, and will take place from 10AM to 2PM. Edelbrock is one of the largest companies in the aftermarket and has 75 years of history in the performance industry to draw from – it’s your chance to see what goes on in the factory and check out some of the coolest machinery and parts available.

Edelbrock’s engineering is legendary within the industry, and they take great pride in producing speed parts that are designed and made here in the USA. Click the link to sign up for the tours – there is absolutely no charge whatsoever, and you might even leave with some ideas to create a new performance vehicle of your own.

The Edelbrock facilities encompass hundreds of thousands of square feet of prime real estate and are state-of-the-art, featuring engine and chassis dynos along with flow benches and computerized rapid prototyping to bring the latest in performance parts to life. If you live anywhere near, or plan to be in the SoCal area that weekend, it’s a great way to kill a couple of hours and learn something new in the process.

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