SEMA 2015 is HERE!

Visit us at booth 23685!

Don't miss the newest Raybestos Give-Away car, a badazz 69 Mustang, built by Schwartz Performance.  

Check out all the latest cars that feature TechAFX plumbing!

Concours d'Elegance of America

Every year something new & unexpected shows up at the show.  

This is the year of the hot rod & we'll be there.  Will you?


Violent Valiant Video

Click on the image to see a video overview of the components that went into this amazing build!

Or go to:  Violent Valiant video

Happy New Year Everybody!

Enjoy the celebrations with friends & family, but please Drive Safe!

Happy Christmas to All!

SEMA Builders Choose TechAFX for 2014 Cars

TechAFX is proud to partner with some of the BEST builders in the country on these 2014 SEMA show vehicles.  Check out these great builds from:

Hot Rod Chassis & Cycle 

HRCC Skunkworks

Schwartz Performance

Chris Holstrom Concepts

Mark Stielow

Great job guys!

SEMA 2014

Brand NEW! -6 PTFE Hose to Tubing Adapter

This is the 1st AN fitting that allows you to connect high tech PTFE hose directly to the hardlines in your vintage vehicle's fuel system without having to use multiple fitting &/or adapters. 

This Patent Pending Fitting is the EASIEST way to fab up flex lines for your vintage hot rod or muscle car & go from -6 PTFE hose directly to 3/8" hard tubing without flaring.  Works with all TechAFX -6 PTFE hoses.

SKU: T-7000-0606 

Made in USA.


SEMA 2014 is Just 4 Days Away


The 2014 SEMA Show starts in a couple days, so the crew at TechAFX can't wait to see all the cars that we are proud to sponsor.


As we speak, these 2 beauties are on a truck from Hot Rod Chassis & Cycle to the show.

Old School Meets New School

Ed Taylor at Borla built a kickin' Vette to showcaser the company's new products on the 2014 Power Tour.  We heard that Ed & the team completed the car in just 8 weeks, WOW!

When the hood opens & you peek into the engine bay, the LS power plant really looks amazing.  Borla chose TechAFX AN Fittings & FLATwrap Hose because they fit the "period" look perfectly.

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