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Jul 13, 2015

Brian Gillespie is co-owner of Hasport Performance, a company focused entirely on quality engine swap components for Honda’s.  The company started out as a Honda/Acura salvage yard and quickly grew into something bigger. Hasport pioneered billet aluminum engine mounts and has a strong focus on customer support. An innovator in the industry, Hasport Performance is now a fully-equipped manufacturing facility and it’s all grown from the Honda street racing scene in the 90’s! Brian’s learned a lot over the years and is here to offer us all some guidance. Enjoy!

Action items that you can do THIS WEEK:                             

1.       Look at what the Hot Rod guys are doing, and use that for inspiration to come up with ideas for the import scene

2.       Subscribe to Racecar Engineering Magazine

Game Changing Product: OEM Turbo cars and AEM Infinity

Most useful software program: Solidworks, Skitch

Favorite App: iPhone alarms to keep himself on point and on time, Overcast podcast app

Favorite Shop Tool: Faro Arm, 3d Printer, Mitsubishi Laserjet cutter

 

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