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Fleece Performance
Fleece Performance Engineering, LLC was established in North Salem, IN by Brayden Fleece in 2006 as he began the development of the TurboBrake for his 2004.5 LLY Duramax. His passion for innovating new products and continuously improving upon products already on the market attracted customers, and desire to completely satisfy those customers kept them, and others, coming back. In 2007 he partnered with his brother, Chase Fleece, and established business owner, Chad Huff, to form Fleece Performance Engineering, Inc. As a team Fleece Performance Engineering, Inc. has grown on the principles of innovation, quality and customer service. Products such as the line of Cheetah Turbochargers, TapShifter, and TurboBrake along with the custom tuning, engine builds, and transmission upgrades put Fleece Performance on the map. Today the Fleece Performance team continues to build upon those products and services as well as develop and market new and innovative products for the automotive aftermarket. In 2012 Fleece Performance upgraded both facility and location. We relocated to Brownsburg, IN among some of the racing leaders of the world such as: John Force Racing, Don Schumacher Racing, and Morgan Lucas Racing. The FPE diesel performance shop is a fully capable shop with the ability to upgrade any GM, Dodge, or Ford common rail diesels. We specialize in all types of performance upgrades from an exhaust and tune to a full competition sled puller or drag racer. Fleece Performance has built a reputation as one of the premier truck builders in the industry and strives to keep pushing the limits even higher. The FPE’s engineering team is equipped with all the tools required to develop and test new products from turbochargers to injection pumps to electronic controllers. From the first brainstorm to the finished product, quality, innovation, and customer satisfaction are the focus. Fleece Performance has been the proud host of the North Salem Old Fashion Days Truck and Tractor Pull since 2009. The event has become more popular throughout the truck pulling community and drawn more trucks and spectators each year. Fleece Performance also sponsors and co-hosts the Purdue Diesel Dyno day.