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Hahn RaceCraft is in the Slingshot Game

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Hello all!

Just dropping by to let you know that Hahn RaceCraft has begun development of boosted options for Slingshot. We're the industry pioneers, first to bring turbocharging to the Ecotec engine that's used in Slingshot, starting way back in 2001 when GM approached us to build boosted Cavaliers and Sunfires for the 2002 SEMA show.

Since that time, we've also been first to market with turbocharging options for Cobalt/G5, Solstice/Sky, and other GM Ecotec applications. To date, we've provided thousands of turbocharging systems and turbo upgrades to the Ecotec market, both through direct sales as well as a large complement of dealers, distributors and private-label Ecotec products for other companies.

We are happy to bring a unique one-two punch to the Slingshot world: we are also longtime dragbike champions, so the art of applying huge power through a single rear wheel is a discipline we're already extremely well versed in!

Over the days and weeks to come, I'll share more about our plans and our partners, but I just wanted to introduce myself and my company so we can all get to know each other a little better. We're also interested in Polaris dealers who'd like to consider offering our well-regarded product.

As an aside, I'd also like to let you know that we have a brand-new website in the wings, and it's about to launch, so when you look at our current, admittedly dated site, I ask that you focus more on the product than the site itself. Our new site will be very contemporary, with full eco-commerce capabilities.

Email us to get on our mailing list that is five-figures strong!

We also have a Facebook page that you may find interesting. Like us up and get in the loop!

Boost regards,
Bill Hahn Jr.
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Can't wait to see more of this kit, and looks like I will have to buy a lot of tires and drive belts ;)
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How much torque can the driveline and drive belt take? I think the belt will be a weak point if we add HP and torque.
I can't wait to see the pictures of this turbo kit installed in the engine bay.
Hann always made great products so we are in business in the power department.
This kit has to reliable, I plan on doing long trips with my SS, so it has to last and streetable
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Thank you Scoobs. We do specialize in dependable, OEM-caliber TurboSystems that bridge the sometimes considerable gap between one-offs and true daily-driven dependability. With systems in the field since the late 1980's, we've attained a huge knowledge and capability base, and nothing makes us prouder than hearing of yet another system that's been delivering boost for 60, 000, 70,000, or even 100,000 miles and is still whirring right along.

I personally still oversee all aspects of engineering, prototyping, validation and production. As my staff can tell you, I settle for nothing less than excellence, the best we can do, and our best is very good indeed. After all, every piece we make has my name on it, so it better be better than just good...it has to be The Best!
This is why I will own your turbo kit as soon as I can
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