Mast Motorsports Relocates Michigan Facility to Texas
Nacogdoches, TX– To strengthen Mast Motorsports’ ongoing commitment to bring innovative technology to the GM LS/LT engine platform, the company recently finished a complete consolidation of its cylinder head manufacturing facilities. In addition to offering the same premium quality products and top-tier performance Mast Motorsports has always been known for, streamlining the manufacturing process promises to dramatically reduce lead times and improve product availability.
In the past, Mast’s cylinder head manufacturing process has been split between its Michigan and Texas facilities. By relocating Mast’s Michigan operations to the company’s headquarters in Nacogdoches, Texas, everything from product development to CNC machining to final assembly to order fulfillment will now be performed under one roof.
To further reduce lead times and keep the production process moving around the clock, Mast Motorsports has also implemented a second shift. By keeping shelves stocked with fresh inventory, Mast Motorsports can now offer same-day shipping for most cylinder heads. Furthermore, this increased production capacity will reduce turnaround time on Mast’s turnkey crate and custom street/race engines.
Mast Motorsports’ commitment to innovation doesn’t stop there. Coming this Fall are all-new Black Label LT1 cylinder head casting as well as new Black Label heads for 5.3L GM Gen IV applications. Already shipping are Mast’s all-new Endyn Honda cylinder heads for K-Series and S2K engines. To learn more visit www.mastmotorsports.comor call (936) 560-2218.
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