Speed-Freek aka Jason has taken apart his first motorclycle at the age of 12 years. He loved riding his motorcycle all over Arizona. He fequently raced off-road races and was one of the youngest and fastest rider in Arizona in 1985-87. Back then, sponsorships were hard to come by so he paid for this riding gas with yardwork and car wash. When his bike broke, he went about finding out how to repair it. Ever since then, he has taken apart and put together pretty much everything that has an engine.
He got ASE certified and later worked for renown car dealerships like Lexus and Toyota. During the next years he excelled in his skills in car repair and maintenance, diesel engine repair and more. When he bought his 1967 Chevy Camaro he ventured into the world of performance and welding. He got a certification for mig and tig welding in 2007. Today he is an expert in turbo, inter cooler and standalone ECU installation.
Out of lack of appropriate supplies of parts for his Toyota Tacoma, he started fabricating traction bars, strud rods and more. You can find him fequently on Custom Tacos and Thumpertalk where he is always willing to provide technical support for other speed-freaks.