As one of the aftermarket’s longest-serving companies, the folks at Moroso Performance have been building a colossal catalog of speed parts ever since racer Dick Moroso founded the company in 1968. They’re led today by Rick Moroso and have a unique perspective on building speed parts.
In this video, we get a chance to take a virtual walk through the entire Moroso facility, from where parts are conceived using 3D modeling software to the factory where they are built by a team of craftsmen and women.
The factory offers a wide range of CNC machinery that helps the company build everything from fabricated oil pans to custom valve covers and more.
Products are leak-tested, fit-checked, and optimized prior to final packaging. The transmission pans are leak-checked using custom in-house-built pressurized fixtures, oil pan rails are checked for flatness and sealing ability. They even build bolt-in and weld-in roll bars, cages, and other chassis-related products through their Competition Engineering division.
From dry sump pumps and oil pans to water pumps and spark plug wires, Moroso has a handle on it. They even make use of an in-house engine dynamometer to assist in product development.
It’s an interesting look behind the scenes at one of the industry’s mainstays, and well worth the watch. Check it out!
For more information on the complete line of Moroso Performance products, check out their website.