Radium Engineering LLC
Radium Auto is an aftermarket automotive company located in the Pacific Northwest that designs and produces quality performance products. Staffed by a team with personal passions for innovation leads Radium towards advancement in the industry, Radium develops precision high performance products in otherwise unfilled niches in the market.
With thorough research and development utilizing state of the art equipment, Radium designs all products in-house with the goal to enhance the driving experience and solve problems that keep vehicles from reaching their full potential. Extensive testing and evaluation ensures the durability and integrity of Radium products exceed consumer expectations.
Currently, Radium manufactures an expanding collection of motorsport parts and accessories for high performance and racing focusing on their revolutionary fuel surge tank line and PCV oil catch can systems. An ever expanding collection of application specific parts are also being created. Please contact Radium for more information.
About The Team Behind the Parts:
With a BSME from the University of South Florida, JP has a long history in the automotive industry. His career began as an engineer at Advanced Engine Management (AEM) and stayed for 12 years, providing him with intimate knowledge of engine management electronics and advanced dyno tuning concepts. JP also designed, launched and maintained an innovative turbocharger product line for a market leader in BMW forced induction during his 5 years at HPF.
Aaron graduated from Oregon State University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2002. His career in the vehicle industry has taken him to several leading automotive companies including AEM, HPF, WARN Industries and Daimler. Aaron has also worked in the aerospace and military vehicle industries.
After obtaining a bachelor’s from USF, Tina is currently pursuing an MBA at Portland State University. Her specialized skills ensure the business is properly managed, purchasing and inventory is organized, and the dealer network is standardized with a solid structure.