Crankshaft PCE cast crankshafts are perfect for mildly built street engines or just to replace stock crankshafts that have seen better days. These PCE crankshafts are precision-ground and micro-polished to exacting tolerances.
Connecting Rods PCE H-beam connecting rods are one of the strongest connecting rods available. PCE H-beam connecting rods are perfect for supercharged and nitrous applications. These rods incorporate a special doweled cap for specific cap-to-rod alignment and are profiled with extra clearance for stroker applications.
PCE 'H' Beam Street / Strip connecting rods are manufactured from aircraft quality 4340 chromoly steel. The rods are x-rayed and ultrasonically tested with all surfaces shot peened and stress relieved.
Pistons Hypereutectic pistons with anti-friction skirt coating are manufactured from a aluminum alloy which contains 16 percent silicon for greater strength and wear resistance. By combining the hypereutectic alloy with the permanent mold process, the piston is strong, lightweight, and thermally-efficient. These pistons run tighter piston-to-wall clearances, improving ring seal and longevity. They are ideal for street, bracket racers and oval track.
In 1979, the company was founded with Pete's Performance, which was a small speed workshop. It began by building engines for customers as a hobby, and it has now grown to include selling, assembling, manufacturing and racing high performance engine parts. Over the years, the company has grown into a worldwide high performance powerhouse. Growing from a one-man bricks-and-mortar business; to now a supply chain in which entails more than 400+ people all across the world. Today, Pete's Performance has evolved into the internationally known Speedmaster: which has distribution centres and offices is Sydney, Los Angeles and Shanghai.
Founded in Sydney Australia with one CNC Machine increasing to sixty 5-Axis CNC machines before being acquired in 2013. The Company's main focus has always been "Speed to Market", launching 1,200+ new products each year. Needing just one month to develop a new product and get it on to the shelf, compared to the six-month industry average. PCE has a policy of zero advertising, preferring to invest a percentage of revenues in new product development. These products being white-labeled to most of the biggest brands in the business.