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ScienceOfSpeed Facility Now Open

The facility will house ScienceofSpeed's sales, R & D, support, and service departments.

Nate Hassler
Apr 4, 2012
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ScienceofSpeed, the well known Arizona based Honda specialist shop has completed their move to its new headquarters in Chandler, AZ. The facility, a free standing 9700 sq ft building, will house ScienceofSpeed's sales, R & D, support, and service departments. Purchased and customized for ScienceofSpeed, the building will allow additional expansion of product testing, engine design, assembly, and testing, as well as in house manufacturing.

Established in 2001, ScienceofSpeed specializes primarily in NSX & S2000 performance. The same principles that guided skilled craftsmen to create the NSX and S2000 for our enjoyment, now guides ScienceofSpeed to offer the very finest performance products for these very special automobiles. Their focus on the NSX and S2000 allows them to bring you the most experienced and knowledgeable advice on products for your vehicle. Their experience and knowledge allows ScienceofSpeed to bring to you the very latest technology for your Honda.

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ScienceofSpeed
Tempe, AZ 85282
480-894-6277
http://www.scienceofspeed.com
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