Don't spend your hard earned money on a knock-off! Make sure its Genuine Aeromotive.

It is no surprise that knock-off, or even worse counterfeit products have found their way into the automotive aftermarket industry. It’s no longer limited to women’s handbags and Foakley sunglasses. This is a real issue that is plaguing our industry and misleading buyers. While it is unfortunate, at Aeromotive we want to educate you, our consumer and arm you with information to both prevent you from buying something that is not a genuine Aeromotive product and to curb counterfeiting in our industry.

Knock-off Aeromotive products are finding their way across the ocean onto our shores more and more recently. We are taking every possible step to prevent this, but inevitably some will slip through the cracks. Not only are these products detrimental to our industry, they are inferior products, made from inferior and cheap materials. They are as much a safety risk as they are liability. Do you trust your engine will be fueled properly with a knock-off from a company with no engineering background, no clue as to the design of the product or its materials and tolerances?

Its important that you know what red flags to look for and more importantly, where NOT to look.

Want to learn a little more about this growing problem and how you can protect yourself?

Check out the following articles written by the industry’s most repected. This is a great resource and education tool about counterfeits, imports and knock-offs.

On All Cylinders / Summit Racing  – What You Should Know About Counterfeits

Bangshift – Aeromotive Calls out the Crooks

Hot Rod Magazine – Counterfeit Automotive Products

SEMA Organization – Put the Brakes on Fakes

Drag Illustrated – High Performance Counterfeits

Dragzine – Aeromotive Warns

Rod Authority – Counterfeit Parts

Power and Performance – Made in the USA

Examples of Counterfeit/Fake Aeromotive Products

Note: Any products packaged or displayed in white styrofoam, with fittings are not genuine.