FPP Speed­shop con­tin­ues to di­ver­sify

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Hav­ing been an ENZED hose and hy­draulics shop for more than 30 years, it was a nat­u­ral pro­gres­sion seven years ago, for ENZED South Auck­land to ex­pand into a na­tion­wide sup­plier of per­for­mance plumb­ing.

“We were mak­ing more and more fuel, oil and brake hoses for race cars,” said man­ager Roger McGarry, “so we re­cruited a cou­ple of spe­cial­ist staff, took on the New Zealand dis­tri­bu­tion of Fragola Per­for­mance Prod­ucts, and so be­gan FPP Speed­shop”.

Now the line-up cov­ers not just hoses for fuel, oil and wa­ter, but a mas­sive range of per­for­mance-re­lated prod­ucts.

Mainly rep­re­sent­ing well known Amer­i­can brands in New Zealand, FPP Speed­shop stocks a huge range of FK Rod Ends and spher­i­cal bear­ings, Aero­mo­tive and Fue­lab pumps fil­ters and reg­u­la­tors, and Derale oil cool­ing prod­ucts.

Speed­shop man­ager David Keogan said one of their most suc­cess­ful ranges is Quick­car. “Their range is so di­verse; it is hard to pi­geon­hole them in one area. From gauges, to brake duct­ing and lots in be­tween!” FPP is also stock­ing the range of ra­dius rods and setup gear, as well as a huge va­ri­ety of switch pan­els.

for­mance Prod­ucts con­tinue to add new race hose prod­ucts and fit­tings to its al­ready large line-up. All alu­minium parts are made in Fragola’s Con­necti­cut fac­tory. FPP Speed­shop is stock­ing the new light­weight ny­lon race hose and a huge range of sizes and end styles for the Te­flon lined stain­less steel hose, with an even lighter weight hose in the pipe­line.

The most re­cent ad­di­tions to the prod­uct line-up are Lu­cas oils and ad­di­tives, and a range of alu­minium tanks. Th­ese qual­ity tanks are robot­i­cally TIG welded, and come in ei­ther pol­ished or black an­odised fin­ish. The range in­cludes surge tanks, breather tanks, power steer­ing reser­voirs and brake vac­uum tanks.

FPP Speed­shop prod­ucts are sold by dis­trib­u­tors from Whangarei to In­ver­cargill, as well as via its shop in Manukau, and the web­site. Face­book is also used to keep cus­tomers in­formed of spe­cials and some of the events and driv­ers FPP Speed­shop sup­ports.

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