Brian Tooley Racing RING COMPRESSOR - 3.905" - BTR-RC3905

Brian Tooley Racing RING COMPRESSOR - 3.905" - BTR-RC3905


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Brian Tooley Racing RING COMPRESSOR – 3.905″ – BTR-RC3905


Brian Tooley Racing RING COMPRESSOR – 3.905″ – BTR-RC3905

One-piece aluminum tapered ring compressors have been around for some time, but BTR has made a significant improvement to the design. Rather than relying on the piston skirt to locate the pistons as they’re being inserted into the block like one-piece tapered ring compressors currently on the market, the new BTR ring compressors have a small but very important reverse chamfer at the bottom that fits into the chamfer at the top of the block which serves two functions.

First, it locates the ring compressor exactly over the center of the hole. And, secondly, it reduces the chance of the oil ring getting caught between the ring compressor and the top of the block.

The laser etching on a black background is easy to read and looks good even after use.

In BTR beta testing against competitors tapered ring compressors, the BTR was easier to use and never caught an oil ring between the compressor and the block.

Part Type        Piston Ring Compressor


RaceMax Direct is proud to be Australia’s home for Brian Tooley Racing. Products we stock directly from BTR include Equalizer Manifold LS, Brian Tooley Racing Rocker Arm LS, BTR Shaft Rocker Conversion LS3, BTR Shaft Rocker Conversion LS and Brian Tooley Racing Pushrods, BTR Camshafts and BTR Valve Spring Kits.

Need something else from Brian Tooley Racing? Contact us today! Trade prices are available.

Brian Tooley Racing (BTR) – the story

Brian Tooley has been in the performance racing game for nearly three decades.

Starting his own business back in 1992 called Total Engine Flow, Brian was using a Flowdata flow bench. Shifting to Holley Performance Products shortly afterwards, he helped develop the SysteMax head, intake and camshaft packages.

Going back to working on his own in 1996 until 2004, Tooley then built Total Engine Airflow into an industry titan.

Since then he sold his business to Summit Racing Equipment and stayed on until 2010 when he decided to be closer to family and friends.

As his BTR webpage revealed, it wasn’t long before Brian was back after seeing a need for quality spring kits at affordable prices.

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