Turbonetics Grand National Turbochargers are available with an exclusive Ceramic Ball Bearing option. The Ceramic Ball Bearing equipped Grand National Turbos provide unparalleled acceleration and response which eliminates the need for a high-stall torque converter. All Turbonetics Cheetah Series Turbos are a direct bolt-on for the 1986-up intercooled models and may be used with the original exhaust and wastegate configurations.Stage 1 Cheetah
Developed specifically for strong street and strip performance, the Stage 1 Cheetah utilizes an advanced turbine wheel design. Combined with the 60-1 compressor section, this unit delivers quick boost response with efficient turbine performance. This unit is rated up to 475 horsepower. Stage 2 Cheetah
Ideal for the ultimate performance, the Stage 2 Cheetah combines the proven H61mm compressor section with the new high-flow high-efficiency F1-62 turbine wheel. The combination gives the flow potential for 550-plus horsepower.
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