Ed Martinez

President / Founder

Edward Martinez founded PSE Blower Service in 1991. Born in Southern California, Ed always had a strong love for cars, from Hot Wheels to Tonka Trucks. Ed’s imagination continued to run wild and his passion continued to grow.

In 1982 Ed started his first job at a Union 76 gas station in Sacramento, CA. In 1987 he moved to Texas to attend Sierra Institute of Automotive, and in 1990 Ed moved back to Sacramento and opened his own repair shop "Z-Car Performance" specializing in the Datsun / Nissan "Z" Car and rebuilding turbochargers and superchargers.

In 1992 his shop began focusing on racing and race car preparation and set-up. Ed's race car driving skills were also improving, winning first place at two national "Z Car" racing events in the "FP" class, 3 SCCA Solo II, San Francisco Region "FP" Championships in 1993,1994 and 1995. In 1993 Ed became the crew chief for Dwight Davis's Blue Haven Racing 1985 GT-1 Corvette.

For the next two years, while working with Mr. Davis, Ed developed his skills in chassis setup, tires, safety equipment, fuel systems and 18 deg. cup style racing engines. With 24 years experience in the automotive industry, Ed received his ASE Master Automobile Technician Certification in 1996 and is known by his friends and peers as being a meticulous, clean, top quality mechanic.

Today, Ed is dedicated to providing his customers with the best quality superchargers and custom fabricated racing parts available. He is truly “Committed to Quality and Customer Satisfaction”.


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Why Choose PSE

  • All Original units for GM cars come with a 3 Year Warranty in writing.
  • Highest Quality Remanufacturing
  • New Supercharger Kits Available
  • Immediate Turnaround on all Units
  • Racing Blower Setup Specialists
  • Custom Fabrication of Specialty Parts
  • Excellent Customer Service
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