With the Las Vegas SEMA Show not even a month past, the Performance Racing Industry show rolled into the Orange County Convention Center, in Orlando, Florida, and brought with it plenty of vendors and manufacturers showing off their latest performance-oriented products. Unlike the SEMA Show, PRI brings a different vibe and atmosphere where you can talk shop to many like-minded enthusiasts without the crazy foot traffic or constant interruptions. PRI is a show where one can really concentrate on what is new and exciting in the racing world.
This year marks PRI's last show in Florida. In 2013, PRI will be moving to Indianapolis, Indiana, in hopes of drawing more vendors and race fans alike.
Turbosmart was showcasing some new BMW N54 stock replacement blow-off valves and the biggest BOV we’ve ever seen!
Stack had a great display showing how well built (and apparently waterproof) its gauge cluster units are.
ATS carbon LSDs are built with performance and driveability in mind while still being tunable for different setups.
DeatschWerks has recently released an entire new lineup of Bosch EV-14–based fuel injectors that are built to handle any desired horsepower targets.
OMP was displaying some superlight helmets and proper race buckets that we’d love to own any day of the week.
Forgeline wheels had this gorgeous and lightweight-looking wheel that should be an instant hit with the tuner market.
Honda Performance Development has some very nice parts available for the weekend racer. Only catch is you have to be a Honda Racing member to get access to these neat goodies.
Energy Suspension’s new bushing applications for the Honda S2000 and Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ will get rid of drivetrain slop while increasing performance.
We saw these awesome gas tank caps at the Mocal booth and now need a reason to install them on one of our project cars.
Injector Dynamics had a great display showing how well its newest lineup of 1,000cc injectors works.
New from Longacre is a set of weigh scales that can be viewed from a tablet with software that has memory functions as well as many other built-in features.
What you’re looking at is a supercharger from the Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ from Innovate Motorsports. It promises to deliver OEM fitment with built-in tuning options so it’s ready to go out of the box.
Goodridge has a new line out of ultralight and extremely flexible lines with AN fittings that are a great addition to any race car looking to shave those last few ounces.
Building a high-horsepower SR20DET engine? Better get some Darton sleeves to ensure reliability and performance.
Treadstone was showing off its latest creation, a soon to be released turbo kit setup for the FR-S/ BRZ.
Takata will soon have a full line of seats available for purchase along side its race-proven safety belts and harnesses.
Clutch Masters’ new FCV2000 Flow Control Valve allows for quick shifts while minimizing gear shock on engagement and has interchangeable jets for different engagement points.
Haltech’s Pro Plug-in EMS is a direct replacement for the OEM ECU and requires no wiring work. It’s available for many import applications.
We didn’t expect to see a 240SX drag car at the show, let alone one with a single-slammer KA24E and a huge snail hanging off it.
This S54 BMW e46 M3 motor has received the fully built treatment from VAC Motorsports. Naturally aspirated and bored out to 3.5 liters, it now makes upwards of 480 hp.
OBP Motorsport specializes in race-related parts such as pedal boxes, hydraulic handbrakes, swirl pots, and much more.
Titan Motorsports builds crazy Supras; this is one of its more extreme examples with a turbo the size of your head.
Fluidampr just released its new Honda S2000 damper that will be a must have for any serious F20/F22 engine build.
Toyo Tires’ latest racing tire, the Proxes RR, promises to be a huge success among racers and weekend track goers alike.
JRZ has finished testing and prototyping its latest RS coilover for the FR-S/BRZ. It will surely be a great performer on both the street and track.