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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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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