Permanent Price Reductions on Custom Chrome RevTech® Engines and Driveline Components

In an effort to further support their dealer network and their customers, Custom Chrome has announced the permanent price reduction of its RevTech Engines and Driveline Components. These prices are in effect IMMEDIATELY and include both the Euro 3 and EPA Certified Engines. “We felt it was important to give back to those that have been loyal and longstanding customers,” said Holger Mohr, CEO of Custom Chrome. I remind you that Custom Chrome doesn’t sell direct to retail clients. Visit Custom Chrome for more details and to find a dealer near you.

13 Responses to “Permanent Price Reductions on Custom Chrome RevTech® Engines and Driveline Components”

  1. 1 rodent Dec 9th, 2008 at 8:36 am

    Next a bailout from the Feds?

  2. 2 ROGUE Dec 9th, 2008 at 9:01 am

    Has anyone had a problem getting gaskets for these engines?
    The reason I ask is a shop owner in Texas asked me.

  3. 3 Mike Dec 9th, 2008 at 10:25 am

    Wow, did they find an even cheaper plant in China to make these for them?

  4. 4 Slag Dec 9th, 2008 at 10:37 am

    Rev Tech engines…a pain in the ass when repair or re work is needed. The entire engine has to be removed by dealer,crated,shipped to Custon Chrome for the repair. Engine made in Korea or China. Screw the cheaper Rev Tech and buy S&S.

  5. 5 saorijohn Dec 9th, 2008 at 10:38 am

    I like the way the press release is worded :

    “We felt it was important to give back to those that have been loyal and longstanding customers,”

    Don’t suppose it has anything to do with the fact that no one is buying anything right now!

  6. 6 Dan Broder Dec 9th, 2008 at 10:48 am

    Must be noticed that their engines & transmissions have been improved. but still manufactured in Korea.

  7. 7 bammo Dec 9th, 2008 at 4:37 pm

    just wondering if all the flag wavers adhere to the buy american when it comes to things other than m/c and parts?

    just about impossible to buy a tv made here. are there any still made in the us?

    stereos? only high-end, which i’m sure all of you own.

    computers? nope. every message you type here supports asia.

    your ipod, iphone, ivibe, etc- not made here.

    ditch those e-boxes and efi controllers- not made here.

    tires- nope.

    your shoes most likely are from elsewhere, and your levis, oakleys, etc.

    it’s a global economy.

  8. 8 Mike Dec 9th, 2008 at 5:08 pm

    Of course you can’t buy everything American.

    I’ll usually try to when I can or it’s even an option. As far as TV’s, RCA was at one point the last American made TV. Not sure if they are even made in the same capacity they once were.

  9. 9 Crash Dec 9th, 2008 at 5:41 pm

    There is one thing that is true American and that is the BLUES. The blues is made right here in the USA.

  10. 10 burnout Dec 11th, 2008 at 12:22 am

    RIGHT ON CRASH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! peace

  11. 11 Lee Wimmer Dec 12th, 2008 at 9:53 pm

    I love the fact that it is STILL important to many that being made in USA means something! This is what made our country great. Unfortunatly the love of money has sent almost every manufacturer overseas to increase the bottom line. We get several offers weekly to make our product. But we still hold out and Still believe in MADE IN USA
    I thank our loyal customers that appreciate that fact! Yes it is a global economy , however we don’t get the opertunity to play on the same level playing field.

  12. 12 Razor Dec 15th, 2008 at 9:35 am

    Yeah… but to be competitive it’s a must to think global. Customers are searching the web and enter with detailed low priced offers the store to get the part the cheapest way. Made in USA does not pay all my bills!

  13. 13 joe bikers Mar 5th, 2009 at 9:36 pm

    Haha… it’s funny to see people who LOVE BUYING AMERICAN MADE ENGINES AND TRANNY’S AND ALL YOUR HD PARTS AND MUST BUY AMERICAN MADE PARTS, but yet, Bitch and complain and moan and kick and act like a bunch of f*cking limp peckers that when they look at the tag and says made in the USA then look at the price tag and say “It’s how much?? Oh, I don’t wanna pay that”…. LOL, but then have the BALLS to sit here and whine about “Oh look, RevTech made in Korea.. blah blah blah.. ” Wha’t s your point??? I’m willing to bet that everything you use on a daily basis, nearly everything you buy, the food you eat sometimes, is ALL imported?? Even this little handy dandy laptop or computer your on right now was made where?? Ya, that’s what I thought.

    Jesus H Christ! Quit your bitching, get back to work and applaud CCI for making these engines less expensive.


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