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For Immediate Release - April 20, 2006

From Bill Martin, IMCA Public Relations

(319) 472-2201, x225


SuperFlow is new title sponsor for IMCA's five Modified regions


Colorado Springs, CO (April 20, 2006) -­ Super-Flow Technologies is the new title sponsor for each of IMCA¹s five Modified regions.


The Colorado-based flowbench and dynamome-ter manufacturer will pay a portion of the point fund distributed to top five driv-ers in the Western, South Central, Central, North Central and Eastern regions.


In addition, SuperFlow will be the exclusive dyna-mometer and flowbench of IMCA and IMCA supporting machine shops, engine builders and chassis manufacturers. Once registered with SuperFlow, IMCA or the Engine Parts Group, participating shops will be eligible for product and service incentives from SuperFlow.


"We're excited about this partnership," said Super-Flow CEO Scott Giles. "We look forward to offering IMCA drivers and engine builders new opportunities in the future."


SuperFlow will set up co-branded SuperFlow/IMCA test centers around the country. Businesses can become official test centers by registering their existing SuperFlow equipment, or purchasing new SuperFlow equipment and registering with IMCA.


To help businesses get started in the program, Su-perFlow is offering a 10 percent promotional dis-count on selected test equipment, including flow-benches and engine and chassis dynamometers, through Aug. 31.


"We have developed a great working relationship with the folks at SuperFlow throughout this process and are ready to put their pro-gram into place," IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder said. "Although the final details are not quite ready for announcement, there will be incentives in place for both engine build-ers and IMCA Modified members as a result of this partnership. We certainly anticipate a long and suc-cessful relationship beyond the initial two years of the agreement with SuperFlow."


All Modified drivers will be required to display two SuperFlow decals on their race cars to be eligible for point fund shares. Decals will be included in packets sent to drivers after they apply for their 2006 competitor's licenses. Those who have already received packets will get SuperFlow decals in a second mailing.


Race engine builders, as well as automobile manu-facturers and engineering firms across the United States and abroad use Su-perFlow test equipment for engines and vehicles.


Founded in 1972, Super-Flow has offices in Colo-rado Springs, Des Moines, Iowa, Camarillo, Calif., Charlotte, N.C., and Bel-gium. The company website is www.superflow.com.



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