LP Engineering Brings Tech To Air Pumpers

LP Engineering has taken the needs of off-roaders and created the lightest and quietest air pumper on the market. LP Engineering

When riding off-road, fresh air can make a ride more enjoyable. The folks at LP Engineering have taken the needs of off-roaders and created the lightest and quietest air pumper on the market.

LP Engineering’s Pro Series air pumpers have been tested in the harsh Baja environment and installed in Trophy Trucks, UTVs, kids racing UTVs, and many recreational UTVs. LP Engineering’s products are all the same, so the quality that Trophy Truck racers expect can be used on a recreational UTV.

“These units have a good balance between airflow, performance, and noise reduction, for a more pleasant clean air experience,” Angel Perez of LP Engineering explained. “Other units on the market lack the ability to combine those two factors and obtain our results. That’s why we have submitted patents for our product.”

Regardless of what product you pick from LP Engineering that product is built the same regardless if it is being installed in a recreational vehicle or race car. LP Engineering

By balancing these two factors, other riders and pit crews can hear the racer without external noises from the fans leaking through the microphones. This also goes for in-car communication and being able to hear other riders in the vehicle on the intercom and general in-car noises.

One thing that LP Engineering has done is make their remote fan controllers have a smart board. Besides regulating airflow, it also provides gentle start and stop, which is one of the main problems when dealing with high amperage sources that fatigue and make them fail.

LP Engineering’s fans are rated for high operating hours. For more information on LP Engineering’s products, be sure to check out their website.