Motovicity Adds Wagner Tuning To Line Card

Motovicity Adds Wagner Tuning To Line Card

Wagner Tuning is a German high-performance auto parts manufacturer specializing in engine parts.

Motovicity Distribution, a leader in performance focused wholesale distribution, has added another brand to its broad product portfolio.

Wagner Tuning is a German high-performance auto parts manufacturer, specializing in engine parts such as intake manifolds, exhaust manifolds, downpipes and intercooler kits for a variety of European, American and Japanese car makes and models. Wagner’s racing line of products focuses predominantly on intercoolers and catalytic converters.

Wagner Tuning prides itself on being an engineering company, dedicated to developing, testing and prototyping parts in house, without relying on any outsourcing to ensure the highest quality control. This also allows the company to adapt more easily and improve, test and modify products in order to achieve the highest performance.

“I’m excited to add Wagner intercoolers and downpipes to our line card,” said Motovicity’s CEO, Brian Lounsberry. “Wagner Tuning has an impeccable reputation for delivering premium products for the racing market. We are happy to provide that option for our customers who are passionate about quality above all else.”

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