Fleece Performance Engineering is a leading manufacturer of aftermarket diesel performance products. With a reputation for innovation, quality, and service, our products push the limits of diesel performance technology. Products such as the Cheetah line of Turbochargers, the TapShifter, and the TurboBrake have established Fleece Performance as an industry innovator.
2008: Fleece Performance Engineering was established in North Salem, IN by Brayden and Chase Fleece. Both had a passion for continuously innovating and improving upon products already on the market. Brayden’s 2004.5 LLY Duramax became the test bed to develop the TurboBrake and Duramax Cheetah, while Chase’s 2002 Cummins was one of the first Cummins pickups to integrate an Allison Transmission.
2012: Fleece Performance upgrades both facility and location by relocating to Nitro Alley in Brownsburg, IN situated among some of the top racing leaders of the world.
2014: Fleece Performance acquires the area’s premier engine machine shop, Freedom Racing Engines. The acquisition enables Fleece Performance to expand the engine development program and product offerings. Today, Fleece Performance and Freedom Racing Engines build some of the most competitive engines in the industry.
2018: Fleece Performance breaks ground on a new 75,000 sq ft facility in Pittsboro, IN.
2019: Fleece Performance and Freedom Racing Engines relocates to it's new facility in Pittsboro, IN. The all new headquarters provides additional space for product development, production and work areas, assembly and testing, a larger warehouse, as well as four engine dynamometers, and two-story office space.
2020: Fleece Performance receives ISO9001:2015 Certification