Turn 14 Distribution is a Performance Warehouse Distributor with distribution facilities strategically located in Philadelphia, PA and Reno, NV. With 321,000 square feet of modern warehouse space Turn 14 Distribution boasts two day ground shipping coverage to 83% of the US and 100% in 3 days. Globally, Turn 14 Distribution’s competitive freight rates,'ship to your shop' flat rate shipping, late shipping cutoff times, and same day in-stock order fulfillment commitment enable us to service customers both across the United States and the world.
Turn 14 Distribution utilizes a strategy that consists of catering to niche vehicle markets along with inventorying our partner manufacturers’ full product lines. Exclusive Turn 14 Distribution promotions ensure that products are marketed efficiently and correctly to each customer's target audience. Turn 14 Distribution's online inventory, efficient forecasting, and top-notch Customer Support cut lead times and keep our customers informed. Our goal is to provide our customers the sales, marketing and post-sales support needed to succeed in the modern marketplace.
Turn 14 Distribution's name is derived from the historic Wisconsin race track, Elkhart Lake's Road America. At 4.0481 miles and 14 turns, Road America is one of the world's finest and most challenging road courses. It is from the final and 14th turn before the finish line that Turn 14 Distribution's founders drew the inspiration for the company's name.
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Turn 14 Distribution believes that the best work comes from engaged team members who are passionate about what they do; that is why over ninety percent of Turn 14 Distribution employees are enthusiasts. Across all departments and job titles Turn 14 Distribution staff not only care about the company they work for but the industry it helps support. From Department Wars, our annual employee only bracket racing day, to Professional Driver sponsorship and heavy employee presence nationally at hundreds of shows and events Turn 14 Distribution immerses itself entirely in our industry because of our passion for it.
I have admired the look of the Subaru WRX/STI for as long as I can remember and knew that one day I would get one. I was able to purchase a WRX my senior year of college and haven’t looked back since. For now, the car is stock (aside from some aesthetic changes) and serves as my daily driver.
I knew I wanted an AWD sports car that had a turbo and manual transmission. My previous car was a MK4 VW Jetta I was leaning towards something German again. I got really lucky and found 1/1000 TT’s built to commemorate Audi‘s American Le Mans Series wins and championships. It’s 1/500 with Avus silver paint and Napa red interior that only came in the 225hp / 6spd combination. As soon as I bought the car I knew where I wanted to build it to make it as fun to drive as possible and look the part. I started off lowering the car on Bilstein coilovers and 18in WCI MT10’s wheels. After that I had a catless down pipe installed and fully custom straight pipe exhaust fabricated. From there I upgraded the diverter valve to an APR R1 with an over sized turbo inlet pipe and custom heat shield with 6in K&N filter. I was now ready for a stage 2 Euro Customs tune with 2 step and no lift shift which is now making about 290hp / 300tq. My latest modification was adding a haldex controller to change the power distribution to 50/50 instead of the standard quattro system along with a Short shifter kit. I was able to find a discontinued Votex front lip that I paired with a Vagroots splitter and a Diesel Geek skid plate. For the back of the car I purchase a rear valence with a honey comb pattern from a later model TT. This has been the most fun car to drive that I have ever owned and hope to keep building it into my dream car.
This car has been through an incredible amount of stages in it's life. Long story short, my Aunt bought this car new in 1992 as an N/A, Auto, FWD base model variant. She then sold the car to my Uncle in the late 90's where the car became one of my dream cars. As a kid, I used to ride around in his car and I knew that I wanted that specific car someday. In 2010, I was fortunate enough to have him sell it to me once I graduated high school and the build began. The car underwent a very thorough twin turbo motor swap, 5 speed conversion and AWD conversion using the full drivetrain from a '92 Mitsubishi GTO. A custom-wired chassis and tucked engine bay followed suit, along with a lengthy list of other chassis modifications. At this point the car was basically a VR4. Having my CTS-V as a daily driver, I quickly realized that AWD is boring and RWD is way more fun. I decided, in 2017, to convert the transmission to RWD with a welded set of spider gears and brought it to my first drift event in October of '17. Since then, I have been developing the chassis to make it the best drift car that an originally FWD car can be, which has been going surprisingly well. With a few events under the cars belt, we're going to keep on shredding and progressing as much as we can with the only dedicated 3000GT drift car in the world!
I enjoyed the 2014 E63 so much that I had to upgrade to the latest variant. This time I swapped out black on black and went for matte silver with Red Vorsteiner FF 102 wheels.
This is the second Subaru I owned and by far my favorite. This is my daily driver so it is only lightly modified. One of the first things I did was add an Invidia N1 exhaust. Suspension was one of the things that my previous WRX lacked, so I made it priority on this one. My STI is lowered with BC BR coilovers, and sits on 18x9 inch Cosmis XT-006R wheels.
My 2014 Volkswagen GLI is an Edition 30, celebrating 30 years of the GLI in the U.S. market. It is safe to say that I am getting more into european cars as this is my second Volkswagen. My first was a MK4 Jetta. I use my GLI as my daily driver and I absolutely love it. Right now, it has very modest modifications. It's tuned by AWE Tuning with a Stage 1 G.I.A.C. tune and it's lowered on H&R Premium Performance Coilovers. I plan on making a few more modifications in the near future, like a downpipe and exhaust.
This is one of the last Evo Xs that rolled off of Mitsubishi’s assembly line. Mitsubishi only made 1600 of these cars in 2015 and called them the ‘Final Edition’. They’re all numbered and I was lucky enough to grab #9. For right now this is just a fun street car, as I haven’t gotten too crazy with the modifications. It is lowered on HKS Hipermax IV SP Coilovers, and sits on Volk TE37RTs, wrapped in 275 Toyo R888Rs. As far as power mods go, I’ve kept it pretty simple: ARC Airbox, HKS SQV BOV, Tomei UICP, Coltspeed Engine Cover, and a Tomei Catback. I definitely have more planned for this Evo, but for right now, I’m enjoying it as is. I’m grateful for the support from my customers and thanks to Turn 14 Distribution for letting me share my Evo.
My 2011 Mustang GT is the car I've wanted ever since the 5.0-liter Coyote engine was announced to the public. I pulled the trigger on this Grabber Blue machine in the spring of 2014, traveling all the way to Lawrenceburg, Kentucky—a 1,340-mile round trip—to purchase the one-owner car. Since then, it's been modified with a ProCharger P-1SC-1 supercharger, Baer Eradispeed+2 brake rotors, and an MGW Race Spec shifter. Weld Racing S70 wheels and Mickey Thompson tires combine with a complete suspension from BMR, and a host of other appearance and performance items to complete the car, but there are still many more modifications planned for it.
The car is taken to a variety of Philly-area Cars and Coffee events and shows all summer long, with a few dragstrip trips thrown in for good measure.
The car makes well over 620 horsepower at the tires, which most people would consider too much to drive on the street... so I drive it as often as possible.
This is my second F80 M3 and this time around I decided to do things differently. My last car was Alpine White and this car is a BMW Individual color called Ferrari Red. In addition to the color change this car is equipped with the Competition Package featuring various changes to the suspension, seats, horsepower, etc. Apart from the color and the driving experience my favorite things about the car are the lightweight BBS FI-R wheels, Akrapovic titanium exhaust, and Dinan performance upgrades.
I’ve always had a soft spot for Mustangs, as I previously owned a 91’ LX 5.0 and 97’ Vortech supercharged Cobra. When Ford released the newly redesigned 6th Gen, I knew I needed to have it. Within 200 miles of owning the car, it was time for my neighbors to hear my first modification, a Corsa Xtreme cat back exhaust. Shortly after adding the exhaust, I added H&R SuperSport lowering springs, 25MM wheels spacers, GT350 track pack wing, Anderson Composites carbon fiber upper grill, Whiteline trans mount bushing, and a SCT tuner. Although the car has plenty of power, future plans will include either a supercharger or turbo.
When the lease on my F30 came to an end, I decided that I needed something that was practical and more accommodating for my growing family–it was time for a "dad mobile". Clearly I wasn't going to settle for a run-of-the-mill SUV, so when BMW announced that they were releasing an M40i version of the X3, it was a no-brainer. As soon as they began taking orders, I contacted my dealer to custom order my car to make sure I got exactly what I wanted. One month later I took delivery and I couldn't be happier–it's got the style, performance and practicality that I was looking for. Since this is my daily driver and it's already pretty well outfitted from the factory with M Sport brakes, M Sport exhaust, and adaptive M suspension, the only mod I plan to make is a DINANTRONICS Performance Tuner.
This is my first American car since I tend to lean towards German cars, and so far it’s been good to me. I think this 6th gen Camaro looks great, it feels and looks refined compared to the previous two generations. It has the 2SS package plus the magnetic ride and NPP exhaust (dual-mode exhaust). Chevy’s factory performance exhaust sounds amazing which is why I’m not in a rush to change it. Everything is pretty much factory beside the Anderson Composites spoiler. I’m planning to do some mods down the road, but for now, I enjoy daily driving it.
I've had a bunch of cars over the years, all under the Japanese umbrella (mostly Hondas, and most recently an FR-S). This is my first European car and I love everything about it. I plan to keep changing little things here and there and enjoying the car for what it is. My goal is to have a car that I can comfortably drive anywhere, but also hold its own on a race track.
This is a 2001 Nissan S15, powered by a 2JZ-GTE with a Future Fabrication Turbo manifold and a Garrett GTX35. It runs a 350Z trans with a McLeod clutch, and an OS Giken diff, putting 550 to the ground. It has a Cusco7-point bolt in roll cage, and is a fun track/show car. The paint is done by Croll’s Custom and the Aero is 2F Performance Super Doof.
My wagon is a 1999 BMW 540i Sport Touring model. It comes factory-equipped with a 4.4-liter 4-valve V8, making close to 300 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque. While it may not seem like much by today’s standards, it is still a blast to drive around. All of the V8 wagons for the E39 chassis in the USA are automatic, so I bought a sedan parts car and converted mine to a 6-speed manual transmission. The interior was changed from tan to black. it's lowered on BC Racing BR coilovers with upgraded spring rates to be able to run my one-off SSR Vienna Kreis wheels. They are 18x9.5 inches wide with a -3 offset in the front and 18x10.5 inches wide with a 0 offset in the rear, to achieve the desired fitment. A massive Seibon carbon-fiber hood draws your eyes to the vehicle, confirming that you won't find another wagon like mine.
I’ve owned a vr4 since 2001. I feel in love with them in the 90s when the local dealer had one on display. When I finally could afford one many years later I had to have it. Everything I learned about performance stemmed from the forums and groups that supported that platform.
I fell in love with the S550 Mustang styling when Ford first released it in 2015. While most were choosing the 5.0L Coyote option, I dared to be different and went with the 4-cylinder turbo Ecoboost engine. Ever since my first car, an 89 Ford Probe GT which came with a 2.2L turbocharged engine, I loved how easy it was to upgrade factory turbo platforms and vowed to get one again. The car stayed stock for about a week before the modifications started piling up. It is now updated with a SCT GTX tuner, with a custom tune, a full MBRP exhaust from the turbo back, an Airaid intake, a Levels Performance intercooler, Turbosmart intercooler pipes, wastegate and blow off valve, and an AirLift Performance air suspension kit. I also added some aesthetic mods including Vorsteiner wheels, matte black stripes, a Lethal Performance grille delete and red Pony emblems from UPR Products. Next for the car are an upgraded radio, bigger front brakes and Whiteline sway bars. I also plan to upgrade the factory turbo with a better flowing unit from Borg Warner.
Owning the R32 GT-R has been a dream car of mine since childhood. I remember always selecting this car in racing games growing up. The design of the tail lights and sound of the blow-off valve were unforgettable. When they finally became legal for import, I knew I had to be patient until at least August 2016 when the 8/91 cars would be legal. This is when Nissan made a handful of revisions and upgrades to the BNR32 platform. After months of searching to find the perfect example for me, I took delivery of my car in January 2017. From then on I’ve only done a select few modifications and general maintenance to keep her running strong. The car came from Japan nearly stock, equipped only with Tein coilovers, Kakimoto cat-back exhaust, and Blitz Intake filters. I installed an SPL HICAS delete for more predictable handling as well as a set of 18-inch Gram Lights 57CR wheels wrapped in Falken RT615K Competition tires. Behind the wheels shine a matching set of Stoptech brakes on all four corners to take care of the Skyline’s less-than-adequate OEM brake system. This car is 100-percent a toy and weekend warrior. She will definitely be hitting the track in 2018 and hopefully, by then, have some more goodies to show off!
I bought this car as soon as I graduated college to be my daily driver. In bone stock form, these cars are total slushboxes. My first mods were replacing a bunch of dried up, rubber components with their polyurethane counterparts to stiffen up the chassis. After that, I proceeded with KSport coilovers and Swift springs to stiffen up the ride and lower the car a bit. I drove it like this for a year or so until the mod bug really bit. A couple upgrades to help the LS2 inhale and exhale easier along with an LS7 clutch, Hurst shifter, and DSS driveshaft have made this car the most fun, yet reliable, daily driver that I have ever owned. To give myself some more wheel options, I have completed a 5 lug conversion and sourced a set of Enkei RS05-RR wheels for it. I do plan on sliding this car around on track at some point in the future, but for now, it will remain the awesome daily driver that it is.
I searched for months and ended up flying to New Orleans to buy this stock, one owner Grand Prix White AP1 S2000. Then ruined it by stripping it, modding it, and tracking it. *shrugs*
Initially I bought this car to be my new daily driver to commute to and from work and the plan was to keep it stock. After owning the car for 3 days I purchased a brand new K&N Intake System and installed it after work in the parking lot. Just 3 weeks later we had Turn 14 Distribution’s Annual Track Day where the car impressed me by running a 14.01 at 100mph full weight in the 1/4 mile. From there I just wanted to make it my own and have something nice to drive every day, so I kept it simple and added a little form while keeping the function of the car intact. With that in mind I dropped the car down with fully adjustable Tein Flex Z coilovers and ended up going with Gram Lights 57CR's in Gun Blue II which are 18x9.5 +38 all around. The combination gave the car an aggressive stance and incredible driveability on curves, as it nearly eliminated the massive amount of body roll it previously suffered. I am trying my best to leave it alone, but some future plans may include a supercharger.
I am a total Subaru enthusiast at heart. This is my second car on the Impreza GD platform over the past 11 years. I owned a ‘06 2.5i for the majority of that time, and 2 years ago purchased my 05 STi (Beau, aptly named) that is Cobb Stage 2 tuned, and now daily driven. The car is heavily inspired by Rally racing and old-school Subaru nostalgia with competition decals, Rally-Tech FIA spec blue mud flaps, and a custom mounted roof rack setup. It is lowered on Feal 441 Coilovers with the now discontinued SSR Type-F lightweight racing wheels. Engine components include parts from Grimmspeed, Tomei, Perrin, Cobb, Invidia, and Blitz.
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