SOURCE: Speedteq-Ti, Inc.

July 26, 2005 08:30 ET

Speedteq-Ti in Development With Japanese Motorcycle Manufacturer

PHOENIX, AZ -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 26, 2005 -- Speedteq-Ti, Inc. (OTC: SDTQ), a manufacturer of high-strength, affordable Titanium fasteners for the motorcycle, automotive and marine after-market, announced today that it has been working with a major Japanese Motorcycle and Automotive manufacturer on titanium drive train components. Due to confidentiality requirements, Speedteq is not at liberty to disclose the customer but can say that it is a market leader in both domestic and foreign transportation.

Speedteq has provided the customer with prototype designs from its Ti951 alloys and created test units with positive results thus far. "During the course of the testing we have seen an improvement in the lifecycle of over 4X compared to their current design and material of construction, thus greatly increasing the reliability. We are confident that our propitiatory titanium processes will be able to get the manufactured cost in-line to realize the potential cost savings for their future production product," said Bradley Miller, CEO of Speedteq-Ti, Inc. "These are the type of clients and future marketing partners that will help make Titanium affordable to the masses in automotive and motor vehicle applications," furthered Mr. Miller.

About Speedteq-Ti

Speedteq-Ti is a manufacturer of high-strength, affordable titanium fasteners. Speedteq-Ti's fasteners, which include bolts, nuts, socket caps, studs and washers, are made in America. The company has offices and a manufacturing facility in the metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona area. For more information on Speedteq products and services, visit their website: www.speedteq.com

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