Denver, CO (PRWEB) October 13, 2005
Engenuity Motors International moves into new digs. In an effort to keep pace with the demands for their 120 and 147 cubic inch engines they have increased their manufacturing square footage by 3,435 square feet.
“We moved from 1565 sq ft into 5,000 sq. ft. and added 3 additional production machines,” said Tom Palmer, the company’s Operations Manager. They have also added (2) additional production people to assist in the manufacturing process. “We want to keep the operation as hands on as possible and keep a ‘hand made’ feel to all our engines,” said Mike Garrison, the designer and builder of the Engenuity Motors line of engines.
The new shop is closer to the metro Denver area, which makes shipping and delivery easier. It’s also more convenient for out-of-town customers to drop by and check out their order. Great hotels and the Denver nightlife fit right in with the culture behind Engenuity Motors.
The new shop is located at 5158 N. Parfet, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033. The new shop phone number is (303) 463-5824 and Mike Garrison’s cell phone remains the same (303) 588-3760, and a new shop fax is (303) 463-5724.
To show the industry and their customers just how reliable and well built their engines are, Engenuity Motors International is now offering a 3 year warranty, thru First Assured Warranty on their 120” motor and 147” engines. Garrison said, “We feel this sets us part in this extremely competitive market. I’m so confident in the quality and craftsmanship of our engines that I felt we had to show our customers that we stand behind out product all the way, that’s why we added this warranty to our engines.”
More and more builders are finding out about these exceptional engines and are using them in their award winning bikes. Tony Martinez of Copr Choppers took best of Show at the 2005 Thunder in the Rockies show over Labor Day weekend in Colorado with his chopper which features an Engenuity 147”. “I felt I had to use an engine that makes as big a statement about quality and perfection as I make with my bikes, that’s why I went with the monster 147 from Engenuity,” said Martinez.
The new move and increased production capabilities will now set up Engenuity Motors to make a real push in the custom motorcycle engine market. Look to see more builders and bikers turning to the billet twin cam engines of Engenuity in the near future.