XTREME OUTBACK LEADS THE WAY

ACS says the specialist division is “leading the world in range”

Xtreme Outback was introduced in 2003 as a specialist 4×4 and SUV division of Australian Clutch Services (ACS) and has since developed a comprehensive range of heavy-duty clutch upgrades and accessories for vehicles around the world.
ACS says Xtreme Outback is a market leader in Australia and throughout a number of international markets, including Europe and the Middle East.
The Xtreme Outback range includes dual-mass to single-mass flywheels, heavy-duty clutch upgrades in organic and ceramic friction materials, performance flywheels, hydraulics and accessories such as clutch forks.
With an in-house research and development facility and experienced technical team, ACS says the Xtreme Outback product range has been carefully developed to offer superior quality, performance and driveability.
“Our technical capabilities allow us to develop products quickly, often being first to market with performance upgrades, whilst still retaining the quality and performance that has been our fundamental advantage and the reason Xtreme Outback products are demanded by 4×4 enthusiasts around the world,” Australian Clutch Services Managing Director, Brenton Jordan, said.
“We offer an unparalleled range of heavy-duty upgrades, hydraulics and accessories for 4×4 including coverage for niche vehicles.”
Xtreme Outback is continuing to expand its export division.
“We are continuing to see growth in our export division as well as throughout our Australian distribution network,” Brenton said.
“With more and more demand around Australia for these upgrades and consumers looking for quality solutions that retain great driveability, we are seeing increased demand across all markets for both our upgrades and our accessories range.”
Having the flexibility to adjust to a rapidly changing market, the team at Xtreme Outback says it is often first to market with upgrades for new vehicles and is also developing new products for older vehicles and even classic restoration applications.
“One of our biggest advantages is our engineering and development capabilities,” Brenton said.
“We are always looking for ways to enhance our range including the introduction of heavy-duty upgrades for new vehicles, niche vehicles and older vehicles that require even further performance.
“For example, we have recently been working on upgrades for several Chinese manufactured vehicles that have entered the Australian market and are also developing Extra Heavy-Duty upgrades to suit heavily modified Hilux and Patrol models that require a clutch with a further increase in torque capacity.”

For more information, please visit www.xtremeoutback.com.au or call 1800 CLUTCH.