ABOUT TLR

PAST TO PRESENT


TLR Performance officially opened for business in 1988 however owner/operator Todd Lachance has a long history of porting and performance modifications. At age 8 Todd began porting and modifying four stroke engines in his family's garage. Todd spent hours reading about air flow and fluid dynamics. His father worked in the airline industry which also allowed him to read up on how air travels over and around wings and engines of airplanes. Growing up and starting at such a young age gave Todd a big jump ahead of the competition.

Todd started racing motocross in 1975 and then moved on to quads after hanging around friends that raced quads as well. Todd won numerous championships and was soon to be picked up as a Honda support rider for the factory team. Throughout his racing career Todd did all of his own engine and suspension work which allowed him to learn a lot about customizing his engines and suspension around his riding style. This has proven to be an important factor in his success as an engine builder today.

TLR Performance engines have won numerous championships including two arenacross championships in 2007 with Shane Sewell and in 2008 with Tyler Madaglia. Justin Weeks put a TLR power plant on the podium at Loretta Lynn's in 2009. TLR has worked with riders such as Nick Depalo, Kyle Regal, Jessica Patterson, Brenden Mays, Josh Woods, Vince Frieze, Tyler Bowers, Jeff Alessi, Ben Coisey, and the list goes on. Let us help you get the results you are looking for.

In today's world we want to get the most for our money. That's why we listen to you. TLR Performance can custom tailor an engine package to fit your needs. We take the time to discuss what you like and dislike and then make our suggestions based on your personal riding style and ability to make sure the engine package you get meets your individual needs. We will make you a better rider!

Thank you for visiting TLR Performance.com. If you are in need of a good reliable race engine builder choose someone that will work with you and treat you with respect.

 

Todd Lachance