Welcome to PBS Engineering

High-tech innovations from day one

PBS Engineering established early roots in SCCA sports car racing way back in the early 1960s.

Competing in a 750cc displacement limit class, we initially began working with the sophisticated ABARTH twin-cam engine. Unfortunately at that time parts and performance accessories for the Italian engines were extremely difficult to find in the U.S. and the constant parts shortage slowed their progress to the point of being unacceptable.

Drawing on a wealth of mechanical engineering know how and manufacturing experience our highly motivated team set out to developed and manufacture our own high performance engine. Based around the need to build competition products to the highest possible standards, in a timely manner, PBS Engineering was founded.

Expanding on our driveline program, We eventually began developing our own transaxles for land speed trials and IMSA road racing programs in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s. From there, we became involved in desert racing and currently offer what many consider to be the most technologically advanced, rugged, durable and reliable high performance transaxles available at any cost.

In the mid 90’s PBS became heavily involved in wind and solar energy. PBS currently reverse engineering and manufacturing parts for the major alternative energy suppliers.