February 17, 2015: JASPER Driveline Division Prepares for 2015 Racing Season. A new year of racing is upon us. The Driveline Division of Jasper Engines & Transmissions looks to build upon an impressive 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. Five of the top 10 drivers in the 2014 final points standings drove cars equipped with JASPER products: Denny Hamlin finished third, Joey Logano was fourth, Brad Keselowski was fifth, Matt Kenseth was seventh and Kyle Busch was tenth.
Whether it’s a marine engine, stern drive, outboard lower unit or outboard powerhead, JASPER MARINE has the remanufactured product to get you back in the water - fast.
From laid back cruising to wide open throttle, JASPER MARINE provides all the power you need and expect for your boating pleasure while allowing you to keep your present boat. Precision machining and quality parts, combined with thorough testing, give JASPER MARINE engines and you the edge in remanufactured inboard and I/O engines.
USED ENGINES, TRANSMISSIONS AND DIFFERENTIALS? Used components are pulled directly from a vehicle – typically a junkyard vehicle – and generally not even so much as surface cleaned. There are no provisions for disassembly, internal cleaning or inspection with a used component.
Install a completely remanufactured JASPER gas engine in your vehicle and get the best of both worlds. JASPER remanufactured gas engines are built to meet or exceed OEM specifications, and have a 3 year/100,000 mile nationwide, transferable parts and labor warranty. Remember, this is a completely remanufactured engine with all new wear parts, tight tolerances and run-tested reliability. Go to our online catalog to get a price on a gas engine to fit your vehicle. Our optional Premium Service Plan provides allowances for such items as towing, car rental, fluids and premium labor should a problem arise. Click here for details and limitations.
Pilot Warren Smith prepping the Jasper Engines & Transmissions Balloon before flight!
The Kentucky Derby Great Balloon Race was held this past Saturday in Louisville, Kentucky. Pilot briefing began at 5:00 AM and we were given the green light for flight! We drove out to Bowman field. The field of 31 balloons was ready to race. This was to be a hare and hound race. Just before 7:00 AM, we started our inflation.