Keith Ruxton is a master engine builder, specializing in Harley-Davidson engines, drivelines, transmission/drive systems and chassis alignment.
He specializes in custom engine building from knuckleheads to twin cams, old school restorations, and transmission building/rebuilding.
Keith was the Crew Chief and Senior Design Engineer on the Easyriders Streamliner Project, which in 1990 set the absolute Land Speed Record for motorcycles of 322.150 miles per hour, a record that stood for 16 years.
He was the Technical Director for Custom Chrome and among many duties, was responsible for developing the Pandemonium engine, a high performance, panhead engine design. It was billed as "Big enough to provide good power, yet still kickstart friendly."
Prior to that appointment he was the Chief Technology Officer at American Quantum Cycles.
Keith was also the Technical Director at Chrome Specialties, Inc. and was responsible for motorcycle parts engineering, technology and quality assessment.
Keith is a long time drag racer, having served as the crew chief on a top fuel car from 1973-1977 and ran a blown fuel Harley from 1979-1983. He continues to race in AHDRA events.
Is currently working in the Central California area.
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