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We’re proud to announce that we’re teaming up with The California 300 as a supporting sponsor of their inaugural CA300 Off-Road Race in Barstow, CA. We’ll be out there October 12th-16th showing our support for racers as well as showcasing our products at their CA300 Off-Road Festival & exhibition where you can get hands on with our products and hang out.
 
We’ve been racing & testing out in Barstow for over 25 years now and when we heard an event of this scale was coming back, it only made sense for us to get involved.

We’ve also teamed up with the Clean-Dezert organization who’s putting on a desert cleanup prior to the CA300 race on October 8th. Not only do you have the opportunity to help cleanup our deserts and meet a great group of people, but they also put together an awesome raffle with prizes totaling almost $25,000. We’re donating one of our Camburg Race Series 3.50 rear axle housings to the raffle, so if you’re in the market, come on down and have a chance to win it along with supporting a great cause.

For all the latest news, schedules and information on spectating, camping, etc.

check out TheCalifornia300.com
 
For more information on Clean-Dezert’s October 8th cleanup and future events
check out Clean-Dezert.org

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Summer is coming to an end and some of you have the back to school blues, so we’re throwing a 15% off Labor Day & Back 2 School Sale to bring on some excitement as we all get back to the grind !

Now through the 3-day weekend, take advantage of these savings on Camburg products and kits. Don’t procrastinate too long though as the sale ends Monday night @ 11:59pm PST.

  • Must use discount code LABORDAY15 at checkout for 15% off
  • Discount applies to Camburg products & kits only
  • Sale ends EOD Monday September 5th
  • New online orders only

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This past weekend the Camburg Kids won the M.O.R.E. Freedom Cup race out at Glen Helen Raceway, CA. Check out the video recap below along with our full race report and photo gallery.

Coming off their race win at the M.O.R.E “Mojave Offroad Racing Enthusiasts” McKenzie’s 250, the Camburg Kids were chomping at the bit to get back in their Class 1400 Camburg Racing Ford Ranger. The next race in the series would be the 2-day Freedom Cup at the infamous Glen Helen Raceway. This was a unique race course with a mixture of motocross jumps, short course corners and some sand washes all mixed into one with a side-by-side start. They would qualify Saturday morning to determine starting position, race Saturday afternoon and then race again Sunday midday.

Cody having a little more short course experience behind the wheel would qualify the truck. With his brother Corey co-driving with him, they did a quick pre-run lap to scope out the course and then they were off. The jumps were big and the corners were slick which is vastly different from open desert racing. They put down a solid qualifying lap with their gut feeling of a top 3 finish. When it was all said and done, the Camburg Kidsqualified 1st in their class and would be in the first group off the line for the afternoon race.

With a quick wipe down and look over, the truck was ready for Day 1’s afternoon race. Cody would be driving with Corey co-driving like earlier and their plan was to run their qualifying pace for 8 full laps. The green flag dropped, Cody was off and they pulled out front right away and into the lead on the iconic Glen Helen banked corner. They focused on the task at hand; to stay out front and run a consistent pace. You can easily over jump or blow a corner and lose positions with a lapse in judgement. The truck was working awesome and they were being smart working their way through slower/lapped traffic. Cody not only put down the fastest lap time of the day in the 1400 class but more importantly won the race with a commanding lead of almost 2 minutes.

Now it was time for Corey to put his money where his mouth is with Cody co-driving with him on Sunday’s Day 2 race. Once again, the General Tires hooked up and gave them the holeshot into the first corner. They pulled ahead and never looked back. The Camburg Kids were having fun and throwing down super consistent lap times. Not only did Corey have the fastest lap of the day but also of the weekend. With that speed he crossed the finish line in 1st place and the Camburg Kids won the overall for the weekend in the 1400 class.

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Having missed the 1st race of the season, the Camburg Kids have won the following 2 races in a row and are hungry for another win and now have their sights on the Class Championship. Their next race will be close to 300 miles in Johnson Valley, CA in September which they are already excited for.

“You can’t replace seat time and racing experience and that’s the learning the kids need right now. Fast is smooth and smooth is fast. It’s great to see them win back to back both days but more so to win back to back events.”
 – Jerry Zaiden

“After the last race, we went through the steering system, checked all the fluids and she was ready for battle. Didn’t do a heavy prep on the truck and we raced all weekend on the same tires from the last race. Really happy with the truck right now.”
 
– Jason Campbell

Camburg would like to thank all their sponsors, team members and fellow racers for the opportunity to be racing with them and being a part of the next generation of young racers.

For more information on Camburg products, videos, photo gallery and race program; check out their website www.camburg.comAlso make sure to follow them on Instagram, YouTube and on Facebook @CAMBURGRACING for the latest info.

The Camburg Kids 2001 Ford Ranger Edge showcases Camburg’s suspension and racing parts along with their sponsors. For the front suspension the truck is outfitted with Camburg’s race series long-travel kit that utilizes their 2.50 front race hubs, FK heims and uniballs and a HOWE steering box with FOX’s 2.5 coilovers, 3.0 bypass shocks and 2.5 bump stops. The rear suspension is made up of Camburg’s 4-link kit connected to their 4.00 rear axle housing running their 3.25 race hubs. With FOX’s 2.5 coilovers, 3.5 bypass shocks and 2.5 bump stops there is plenty of control in the rear. The chassis and suspension are coated with STEEL-IT for optimum corrosion resistance and protection. Powering the truck is a K&N filtered 600hp Moruzzi built LS engine with a Magnaflow exhaust mated to a Culhane built Turbo 400 transmission that is fed by a custom Pyrotect fuel cell. A Optima Yellow Top Battery powers the electronics and OnX Offroad provides their GPS navigation. The Ranger sits on 37” General Tire Grabber X3 tires and 17” KMC Wheels forged Mesa beadlock wheels. In the cockpit the kids are strapped into Sparco EVO seats with their Sparco steering wheel and Rugged Radios communication in arms reach along with an assortment of Scosche powersports mounts and accessories. When day turns to night, they rely on their Baja Designs LED series of lights.

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We’re cleaning up the shop and here’s your chance to save 50% off these brand new Full Throttle and Odyssey batteries. Supplies are very limited and once they’re gone, they’re gone. First come first serve. No returns and it’s your responsibility to insure you’re ordering the right part number for your vehicle or application. 

CLICK HERE FOR MODELS

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Our 15% off Father’s Day sale is for all you rad dads and soon to be dads out there looking to build up your truck or have some fresh gear to show off at a 4th of July BBQ. Kick off summer with some new parts and get your rig ready for your next off-road adventure! 

Now through the weekend, take advantage of this discount on Camburg products and kits. Don’t procrastinate too long though as the sale ends Sunday night @ 11:59pm PST.

Use discount code DADS15 at checkout

Must use discount code DADS15 at checkout – Sale ends EOD Sunday June 19 2022
Applies to Camburg products and kits only – New online orders only

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The 2022 Overland Expo West was a huge success and it was great seeing everyone out there. Check out our video recap along with some pics we took in between having fun.

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We’re loading up and heading out to Flagstaff Arizona for Overland Expo West May 20-22. If you’re looking to outfit your truck or SUV to hit the trails or go off the grid, this is the event for you as we’ll be doing some show specials.

Make sure to stop by our booth (P55) to see our latest and greatest products as well as our fleet of Camburg Overland/Offroad vehicles. You can see firsthand some of our new products installed on our Ford Bronco and Ford Raptor as well as some of our partner brands products we work with. We’ll also have our new ’22 Toyota Tundra suspension products on display for everyone to see for the first time.

While you’re there hang out for a bit and we’ll give you the full Camburg booth tour, grab some new t-shirts/hats so you look the part and stay and play some cornhole if you don’t want to leave; though we will have to kick you out when the show ends each day.

Unlike other tradeshows, the Overland Expo has a ton of different events and training seminars over the 3 days. Regardless if you’re a seasoned pro out on the trail or just got the itch to start exploring, this is the show you don’t want to miss.

See you out there!

For more information, directions and schedules … check out Overland Expo West.

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2022 brought some new team sponsors and more importantly a new focus and drive for the Camburg Kids. The last couple years racing while successful, have also been a much-needed learning experience with necessary seat time. This year the kids are excited about taking that knowledge and gained confidence and applying it. For their first race of the year, they’re now rocking KMC’s forged Mesa beadlock wheels that are stronger and lighter and Optima’s new high performance “PureFlow Technology” Yellow Top battery. 

The M.O.R.E. McKenzie’s 250 race was 5 grueling laps out in Lucerne Valley, CA which is known for some of the roughest & highly technical desert terrain out there. This area recently hosted the King of the Hammers event so quite a bit of the race course was still torn up from that. The day prior to the race they were able to prerun the course in Goodman’s iconic Bronco which was an added bonus for sure. They got to see firsthand what they’d be up against. On race day Cody Campbell, Zach Zaiden and Corey Campbell would be sharing driving duties in their Class 1400 Camburg Racing Ford Ranger.

Cody started the race and immediately got into his groove and rhythm. Around mile 12 though he got tangled up in some rocks and had a bit of some down time. He got back under way and charged through his first lap and was in 2nd place. Lap 2 was pretty uneventful which is a good thing. Everything was running great and Cody was running a great pace slowly catching the leader. At the end of lap 2 Cody pulled into main pit for a driver change and fuel but the team noticed a substantial power steering leak. They pulled the hood off and ended up topping off the system with power steering fluid.

Corey got in the truck and they were back under way onto lap 3. Even with the lengthy pit stop they were still in 2nd place. He set a pace he was comfortable with making sure to give the fans at mile 29 a little air time. The truck was working awesome and the FOX shocks were handling everything Corey could throw at them. At the end of lap 3 he came into main pit for fuel and to top off the power steering again. Kyle the co-driver ended up getting out and Cody got back in his place. Lap 4 would have the Campbell brothers both in the truck. We can’t confirm or deny any in truck fist pumping through mile 29 as they aired it out and also setting the fastest 4th lap time. Still sitting in 2nd place they pulled into main pit for the last driver change and power steering fluid with one last look over.

Zach now got into the truck to take it to the finish line with Cody. He had some pressure on his shoulders to either better or at minimum keep their 2nd place position; which he was up for the challenge. By this time the course was pretty rough and attrition was starting to come into play. Running a similar pace as they did prior, around a 1/3 into the last lap they saw the leader pulled off to the side. Not knowing their issues, Zach knew he had to continue with the pace to stay up front and insure the win. In off-road racing things can change instantly and nothing is guaranteed. With his foot to the floor, Zach crossed the finish line in 4 hrs 51 min and secured Camburg’s race win.

“The kids have no problem going fast, the hard part is knowing when to go fast and being strategic about it. They’re learning that part and today it paid off with a win. It’s exciting to see them be successful and having fun racing at the same time.”  – Jerry Zaiden

“Seeing them run up front all day and take the win is awesome. It makes the long hours and hard work worth it for all of us and they’re learning something new on and off the track every race. The race starts long before the green flag drops on race day with prep and testing.” – Jason Campbell

Camburg would like to thank all their sponsors, team members and fellow racers for the opportunity to be racing with them and being a part of the next generation of young racers.

For more information on Camburg products, videos, photo gallery and race program; check out their website www.camburg.comMake sure to follow them on Instagram, YouTube and on Facebook @CAMBURGRACING

The Camburg Kids 2001 Ford Ranger Edge showcases Camburg’s suspension and racing parts along with their sponsors. For the front suspension the truck is outfitted with Camburg’s race series long-travel kit that utilizes their 2.50 front race hubs, FK heims and uniballs and a HOWE steering box with FOX’s 2.5 coilovers, 3.0 bypass shocks and 2.5 bump stops. The rear suspension is made up of Camburg’s 4-link kit connected to their 4.00 rear axle housing running their 3.25 race hubs. With FOX’s 2.5 coilovers, 3.5 bypass shocks and 2.5 bump stops there is plenty of control in the rear. The chassis and suspension are coated with STEEL-IT for optimum corrosion resistance and protection. Powering the truck is a K&N filtered 600hp Moruzzi built LS engine with a Magnaflow exhaust mated to a Culhane built Turbo 400 transmission that is fed by a custom Pyrotect fuel cell. A Optima Yellow Top Battery powers the electronics and OnX Offroad provides their GPS navigation. The Ranger sits on 37” General Tire Grabber X3 tires and 17” KMC Wheels forged Mesa beadlock wheels. In the cockpit the kids are strapped into Sparco EVO seats with their Sparco steering wheel and Rugged Radios communication in arms reach along with an assortment of Scosche powersports mounts and accessories. When day turns to night, they rely on their Baja Designs LED series of lights.

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We’re excited to team up with Optima Batteries for 2022 for all our battery needs. We’ll be putting their new yellow top batteries to the test in our race trucks, Overland vehicles, tow/chase trucks and daily drivers. We’ve been using Optima Batteries since the late 90’s and are excited to be working with them again.

The new OPTIMA® YELLOWTOP® is a true dual-purpose battery, delivering ultimate starting power and deep-cycling in one complete package; bringing the OPTIMA YELLOWTOP power to today’s vehicles. All OPTIMA batteries are constructed from the highest-quality materials including 99.99% pure lead.

  • The new OPTIMA YELLOWTOP has been engineered with 99.99% pure lead, highly compressed radial grids and a direct-path cast-on strap to deliver robust power, extreme recharge and unsurpassed performance.
  • 99.99% pure lead in highly compressed radial grid plates provide resistance to damage from vibration and corrosion.
  • OPTIMA proprietary AGM flat-plate technology features ultra-thin fibers woven into each highly compressed plate, increasing plate count and surface area, which ultimately maximizes the power and significantly extends the life of the battery.
  • The exclusive direct-path cast-on strap establishes a direct connection between power cells, reduces internal resistance and maximizes the flow of energy, which provides faster cranking power and higher cold-cranking amps.
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Do you love trucks as much as we do? This Valentine’s Day give it some love with 15% off all Camburg products and kits.

Girlfriend dump you at the first of the year? Show her you’re back in action with a set of our upper control arms or really put out the vibe with a long-travel kit. You’ll have to fight the ladies off.

For all the off-road ladies out there, treat yourself with a suspension kit. Dinner & roses from your boyfriend or husband only lasts a day and we know you like to get dirty too.

From upper arms, to rear ends and hubs, we’ve got something you want and need. If you missed our Black Friday sale, now’s your chance to make up for it.

Use the discount code VDAY22 at checkout.