PERFORMANCE AUTOMOTIVE COOLING AND FLUID CONVEYANCE PRODUCTS
At APPLIEDSPEED.com, Purpose-Made Performance Cooling Components is not just a slogan; it is the bond that fosters trust with our customers and underscores the Company's commitment to product excellence and efficiency to resolve and avoid automotive cooling woes by offering cooling products that are effective, easy to install, and in kits that neutralize costly and time-consuming searches.
APPLIEDSPEED.COM specializes in the thermal management of engines, transmissions, and differentials for oil, water, and intake air, like in forced induction applications.
Our product line comprises Purpose-Made Radiators, Oil Filter Relocation Kits, Remote Oil Filter Pedestals, Engine Oil Filter Relocation Adapters, and Engine and Transmission Take-Offs. Braided Hose, AN Fittings, Adapters, Electric Fans and Shrouds, Pumps, Relays, Switches, Silicone Hoses, Instrumentation and Complete Oil Cooler Kits. For most cars, such as LS, LT, Jeep, Ford, Chevy, Toyota, VW, Chrysler, and Dodge Hemi.
Unlike most other oil cooler suppliers, we engineer our Performance Oil Coolers' effective surface cooling area to match the engine horsepower, towing load, and use.
Professional teams, automotive cooling shops, and chassis builders for racing, high-performance, towing, Jeeps, off-roading, and street rods use the coolers and the remote oil filter relocation kits. Acclaimed US automobile performance manufacturers like AFCO Racing, Edelbrock, Holley, Earl's Performance, Spal Automotive, B&M Racing, and many more produce the lines of automotive cooling products for APPLIEDSPEED.com.
Jean Genibrel, the owner of APPLIEDSPEED.com, has a long racing pedigree dating back to Dan Gurney's All-American Racing Team in the Bobby Unser era. From there, the future led to deep involvement in Circle Track, Drag Racing, Off-Roading, Road Racing, and Karting. With the knowledge gained in those years, Genibrel wrote eight books on motorsport technology and grew into a magazine editor and writer for such titles as Circle Track Magazine, Grassroots Motorsports, Sports Car, Popular Hot Rodding, Kart Racer, Rod Action, Street Machines, National Kart News, Sport Compact and many others. Jean Genibrel wrote several books on Sprint Cars, Midgets, Stock Cars, Karting, and four-cylinder race cars.
Jean authored a series of articles in Circle Track Magazine on "Building the Mini Stock." Later, he penned a series for Sports Car Magazine on the construction of the SCCA GT3 Ford Probe racing car and its racing in the SCCA NASPORT series. Jean built the cars and the engines with Ford Special Vehicles Operation (SVO), Ebeling Engineering, Eslinger Engineering, and Speedway Engineering. Genibrel is the world's most-read karting book author, with over 50,000 copies sold globally.
In recognition of his contributions to automobile racing and automotive thermal management books and magazines, the American Automobile Racing Writers and Broadcasters Association (AARWBA) admitted Genibrel in 1999, from which he later received two awards in the book and magazine categories. In 2014, Jean became a Motor Press Guild (MPG) member. Later, Jean passed the trying examination for the coveted certification from Automotive Service Excellence and received the ASE's Blue Shield of Excellence. With the support of Automotive Racing Products (ARP) of Ventura, California, and technical advisors Carroll Smith and Smokey Yunick, Jean delivered presentations to engineering students at Long Beach Community College, Cerritos, and El Camino Colleges in Southern California about high-performance threaded fastener technology.