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About the owner of R.P.M.

& Owners of RPM Machine LLC.

 

 

 
   
One of Ron's many race cars.

Ron's Precision Machine, Inc. (R.P.M.) was started in the spring of 1978, by Ron LeMmon. 1978 Ron started working out of his basement and garage, doing porting work on cylinder heads and building engines.

In the spring of 1978, Ron's Precision Machine (R.P.M.) was started, and the business flourished since then to what it is today, with Ron LeMmon as the owner and later after it's incorporation, the president. We build race engines, marine engines, truck, car, both foreign & domestic engines. Rpm performs the machine work for customers all over the United States and Internationally.

R.P.M. was purchased from Ron in February 2002 by Daymon D. Stephens Sr.and Etta G.Stephens. The company came on line as RPM Machine.

It is managed by Daymon D. Stephens Jr., previous employee and machinist for Ron's Precision Machine (R.P.M.) for 5 years. Daymon Jr. started working on engines in 1985 as a mechanic, and on to becoming a machinist in 1988. He raced for a couple of years in 1997 and 1998 and still has a passion for it.

After purchasing R.P.M., We added many new technical and precision computer operated pieces of equipment making the shop one of the most modern and up to date shops in the Country. Building on Ron's knowledge, and Daymon's knowledge and experience as owner of Intermountain Automotive & Machine for 9 years, and with the teams of highly qualified machinist from both shops we have established one of the most knowledgeable companies in the industry today. Our goal at Rpm Machine is to be the most modern & creative performance racing machinist team, and parts supplier West of the Mississippi River or even in the Nation.We aim to provide the best parts and services available for automobile racing, high-performance and restoration. We will do this by taking a personal interest in each of our customers projects, and striving to help them achieve their goals as best we can. Our customer service will be second to none, and we want each and every customer to feel that we gave them the best value for the time, and dollars they invest with us. We will offer great customer service, knowledgeable technical assistance while at the same time offering very competitive parts and machine shop service pricing.

For more information on the racing division of R.P.M. please continue on.

Ron started racing in 1967 in a '67 Camaro, in A/MP with a L-88 427 B.B.C. 4-speed trans. In 1970 Ron built a 1931 Plymouth roadster which he ran in B/street roadster for approx. 5 years with a 327 cu. in. chevy engine and a Nash-5-speed transmission. In 1975 he had a chassis shop build a '27 roadster to race brackets in, with a 327 engine and a 5-speed trans. This car was crashed in Pocatello, Idaho and sold that day. Ron then went back to his home built Plymouth and raced brackets until 1981 where he bought a Pinto and modified the chassis and installed a 327 cu. in. chevy and Nash 5-speed trans. In 1982 Ron took his car to Pomona, Cal. and tried his hand at Super/Gas racing. He tried an automatic trans at that race and could not qualify on the 9.90 index with the automatic so installed the 5-speed back into the car, broke it, then came home to re-group. It was decided to build a 355 cu. in. chevy w/ a better auto trans. built by TCI w/ a trans. brake. This was a real good decision, because the car woke right up and ran a 9.27 at 147 m.p.h. Now the problem was to slow the car down to run the 9.90 index. In 1984 Ron and crew built another '27 Ford roadster to run in S/G. This car was built at R.P.M. in the chassis shop and proved to be one of the best S/G cars in the country!

Ron did real well with this car, ending up in the top ten in the country for 6 years in a row, with two division championships, nine points meet wins, two national wins, and many bracket wins.

 

 

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Draper Utah 84020
We carry parts from scat, je, wiseco, ross, crower, callies, eagle, cat, eagle
Most of our rotating assemblies include forged pistons
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