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About FactionFab

FactionFab is focused on exceeding customers’ expectations on product functionality, design, and user experience. Every part we design is built and tested to withstand a wide range of climates and driving situations that we expect our customers to be in. From snowy mountain roads to chasing tenths on the track, our high quality materials like billet aluminum and TIG welded 304 stainless will be up to the job.

Our roots are deep in the car community, and we love to give back where we can by bringing knowledge and a positive experience when it comes to modifying your car or truck. Our stance is that quality parts don't need to be sold at a premium, and the best mods are those that make you love driving your car. We rely on product and car expertise to help us choose and design the right parts that give you the best bang-for-buck performance on your car without frills or expensive marketing budgets.

Choose FactionFab products for your next project needs to experience the difference for yourself.


Gregan's interest in Subarus sparked as a kid in the late 90s when his dad imported a RHD Legacy wagon for a mail carrier. His first dream car took hold when the STI came to the US in 2004 before he could even drive, and he swore he would own one someday. Having the engineering/tinkering mindset even as a kid, he started modifying his first truck at age 16, a 1973 Ford F-250. And as all car enthusiasts could guess, it was all downhill from there.

He has owned 6 different Subarus over his driving years, none of which stayed stock for long. Notables include a 2004 Forester XT equipped with an STI turbo build and a full JDM body conversion, and his personal favorite, a 2001 2.5RS coupe. The 2.5RS was put through the paces, seeing a range of suspension, rare JDM, and one-off custom designed parts, driven in track days and autox, finally going under the knife for a full EJ257 swap and 22b replica wide body build.

Gregan gave up working in the family business (the best hamburgers in Utah) to follow his passions with a career in the performance auto industry. He has too many hobbies, ranging from woodworking to 3D printing to playing music. He still loves wrenching on cars, motorcycles, and go karts, hoping to pass along his love for them to his son. He is now at the head of FactionFab, in charge of product development, marketing, sales, and technical service, and he's usually recognized by his (controversial) mustache.