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Meteor Piston 100 % MADE IN ITALY

Pistons by Meteor are totally made in Italy - Meteor ‘s mission goes on with some notable investments, a continuous research and development of new products, a direct contact with customers and a flexibility to meet almost every kind of inquiry.
A mission carried on with the same passion and enthusiasm since its foundation.
Producing in our own country means giving our products the quality "Made in Italy" which is still appreciated and requested from the global market in all sectors, from handmade products to industrial ones.
Proof of this are our customers' feedback and MP pistons sales worldwide.
We commit ourselves to provide best quality and innovation, we will keep an eye wide open on new models and technical improvements, investing in new technologies with ultimate generation machines and checking instruments, meeting clients' demand with customized products and services.
We hope in a new deal and to be rewarded for the choice to keep our own way.

More than 60 years of experience in the production of pistons.
• Continuous Research & Development
• Technology: last generation machines offering an always higher level of precision and customized profiling according to clients’ needs.
•New investments on the way for cutting-edge measuring instruments.
• Customer-oriented technical service to follow clients’ technical requirements.
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Below - Riders results of EHR engines fitted with Meteor pistons - EHR is the top 2-stroke builder in the world and only uses Meteor pistons all engines.

EHR Tuning has done it again, winning yet another major title! This time it was the 2014 FIM European Championships

The EMX65 FIM Finals took place last weekend on 12th/13th July 2014 in Finland on the sand circuit in Hyvinkaa. The young Russian EHR Tunning sponsored rider Nikita Kucherov took a well earned 2nd place in Race 1, and an impressive 1st in Race 2 to be crowned the EMX65 Champion! With a total of 47 points out of a potential maximum of 50, Kucherov beat his nearest rivals by 7 clear points. Swedish rider Noel Nilsson finishing in 2nd, and fellow Russian Maksim Kraev finishing in 3rd, both on 40 points each.

EHR’s World Champion Tuner – Eddy Van den Hoek was over joyed at the result although not surprised, saying “Nikita is an excellent rider, who came to EHR to increase the speed of his KTM65. This latest European Championship win adds to an endless list of World, European & National Champions that have been tuned by EHR Tuning.

USA Champions 2014

Aiden Tijero – Champion Loretta Lynn’s Ranch
Aiden Tigero – Champion Ponca City MX

National Championships

2013 – German Champion – Vincent Gallwitz
2013 – Irish Champion – Jack Galvin
2013 – Swedish Champion – Danne Karlsson
2013 – Red Bull Pro National Champion – Gary Ashley
2013 – Red Bull Pro National Champion – Jordan Eccles
2013 – GT Cup Champion – Christopher Mills
2012 – South African Champion – Justin Sangster
2012 – Takahashi Sostimura – Asian Championship
2012 – Slovenian Champion – Luka Milec
2012 – Coupe de l’Avenir – Kim Savaste
2012 – Sinisalo League Finland – Matias Murto
2012 – French Championship – Brian Moreau
2012 – Estonian Championship – Hendrik Talviku
2012 – Dutch ONK – Rick Haverdil
2012 – Dutch ONK – Raf Meeuwissen
2010 – Dutch ONK – Micha-boy de Waal
2010 – ADAC MX Junior Cup – Luca Nijenhuis
2010 – Austalian Junior Champions – Wilson Todd, Scott Mann
2010 – Denmark Mini and Old Boys Champion – Michel Jørgensen
2010 – Italian Trofeo delle Regioni – Brian Hsu
2010 – Romanian Team Champion – Vectra Zarnesti
2009 – Estonian Champion – Kim Savaste
2009 – Bulgarian Champion – Ivan Petrov
2009 – Danish Champion – Frederic Hojris
2009 – German Champion – Elias Stapel
2009 – Belgium Champion – Dante Nijs
2009 – Polish Champion - Szymon Staszkiewicz
2009 – Finland Champion – Kim Savaste
2009 – Australian Champion – Wilson Todd
2009 – Russian Champion – Vsevolod Bryliakov

New Champions with EHR 2012

posted on September 28, 2012

We want to congratulate our riders with the good results!

  • Takahashi Sostimura – Asian Championship 85SX
  • Justin Sangster – South African Champion 50SX
  • Kim Savaste – Coupe de l’Avenir 85SX
  • Luka Milec – slovenian Champion Raf Meuwissen – Dutch Campion 65SX
  • Rick Haverdil – Dutch Champion Quads 85RM
  • Brian Moreau – French Champion 65SX
  • Matias Murto – Sinisalo League Finland 85SX
  • Riley Dukes – Vice World Champion 65SX
  • Hendrik Talviku – Estonian Champion 85SX
  • Robert Kristian Tompa – 3TH at World Championship 65SX

FIM Junior World Championship

2012 – Ryan Dukes – Vice World Champion SX65
2012 – Christian Tompa – Third at World Championship SX65
2011 – Jorge Prado Garcia- World Champion SX65
2010 – Tim Gajser – Vice World Champion SX85
2010 – Brian Hsu – Vice World Champion SX65
2010 – Wilson Todd – 3rd SX65

UEM European Championship

2011 – Rostyslav Voytsitskyy – SX85
2010 – Brian Hsu – SX65
2009 – Ivan Petrov – SX65
2008 – Davy Pootjes – SX65

National Championships


2012 – South African Champion – Justin Sangster
2012 – Takahashi Sostimura – Asian Championship
2012 – Slovenian Champion – Luka Milec
2012 – Coupe de l’Avenir – Kim Savaste
2012 – Sinisalo League Finland – Matias Murto
2012 – French Championship – Brian Moreau
2012 – Estonian Championship – Hendrik Talviku
2012 – Dutch ONK – Rick Haverdil
2012 – Dutch ONK – Raf Meeuwissen
2010 – Dutch ONK – Micha-boy de Waal
2010 – ADAC MX Junior Cup – Luca Nijenhuis
2010 – Austalian Junior Champions – Wilson Todd, Scott Mann
2010 – Denmark Mini and Old Boys Champion – Michel Jørgensen
2010 – Italian Trofeo delle Regioni – Brian Hsu
2010 – Romanian Team Champion – Vectra Zarnesti
2009 – Estonian Champion – Kim Savaste
2009 – Bulgarian Champion – Ivan Petrov
2009 – Danish Champion – Frederic Hojris
2009 – German Champion – Elias Stapel
2009 – Belgium Champion – Dante Nijs
2009 – Polish Champion - Szymon Staszkiewicz
2009 – Finland Champion – Kim Savaste
2009 – Australian Champion – Wilson Todd
2009 – Russian Champion – Vsevolod Bryliakov