Hyper­tech An­nounces a Spe­cial Give­away


IN THE 30-YEAR HIS­TORY OF HYPER­TECH, THERE’S NEVER BEEN A SWEEPSTAKES OR GIVE­AWAY LIKE PROJECT BLUE CHIP. This pro­mo­tion came about after much dis­cus­sion within Hyper­tech’s sales and mar­ket­ing team to show­case the com­pany’s power pro­gram­mers and speedome­ter cal­i­bra­tors, and the de­sire to award one lucky win­ner a show-qual­ity cus­tom truck.

Once the project be­gan, de­cid­ing which ve­hi­cle plat­form to use was next. While full-size trucks, SUVS and Jeeps have been a main­stay in Hyper­tech’s ap­pli­ca­tions, the use of a Chevy Colorado/gmc Canyon came to the fore­front be­cause many of the com­pany’s mar­ket­ing part­ners have in­tro­duced or devel­oped prod­ucts for GM’S new mid-size en­try.

De­but­ing at the 2016 SEMA Show in Hyper­tech’s dis­play, the Colorado was then shown at the L.A. Auto Show be­fore it was sent back to Hyper­tech’s Mem­phis head­quar­ters for ap­pear­ances at both Key­stone Big Shows and a num­ber of 4Wheel Parts’ Truck Fests.

In­cluded among the mar­ket­ing part­ners and the prod­ucts and ser­vices pro­vided are: BDS Sus­pen­sion (5.5-inch lift kit and a body lift kit), Mag­naflow (ex­haust sys­tem), Hyper­tech (Max En­ergy 2.0 power pro­gram­mer), Ai­raid (cold air in­take), Hell­wig (rear sway bar), Line-x (spray-in bed­liner), BOLT (locks), Pro Comp (wheels and tires), AMP Re­search (Pow­er­step run­ning boards), Bushwacker (fender flares), Ax­alta (paint), Wizards (waxes and pol­ishes), Vi­sionx (LED driv­ing lights and light bar) and Road­wire (cus­tom leather seat cov­ers). The truck was built by Carolina Kus­toms in Port­land, Ore­gon, with vinyl graph­ics by Eye Kandy De­signs.

There’s noth­ing quite like win­ning a cus­tom truck, and we’re hop­ing it goes to a Street Trucks reader!

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