Ron Robart, Fox Lake’s owner, started working for Trick Flow as a cylinder head porter in 1988. Ron was the very first individual to grind on a set of Trick Flow heads and his extensive research and porting time has helped him to develop many porting packages and have a great understanding of the cylinder head airflow business.
In 1992, Summit Racing purchased the entire Trick Flow company. Ron Robart then opened up his own shop, now known as Fox Lake Power Products Inc. Fox Lake has been on the leading edge of cylinder head development and airflow research ever since. Fox Lake is housed in a new state of the art 5,000 square feet facility with a full engine shop in house to meet any of your engine needs.
Ron personally designs each port by hand grinding, polishing,and flow testing til the air flow is just right for the application its intended for. Then its copied on our Wrenishaw Cyclone digitizing machine so our 5 axis cnc can cut that port exactly like the hand ground port ensuring each port is identical.
Fox Lake Racing is a relatively small but efficient operation, employing only 2 people.
Fox Lake Racing is a subsidiary of Fox Lake Power Products Inc.