Turbonetics 11535 Details
This family of turbochargers was developed with customers through real world dyno and racetrack testing. Today's engines and tuners continue to push the limits of forced induction performance to heights never before thought possible. Taking aggressive approaches to compressor wheel and housing combinations and then thoroughly testing the aerodynamic results gave rise to the Hurricane Series.
Held in secret for a long time by the customers who knew the power potential of this line of turbos, the Hurricane Series capitalizes on having compact dimensions while still being able to quickly build and maintain boost pressures across the rpm band. Easily selected based on horsepower goals to choose the unit right for you.
Perfect for smaller displacement engine applications that need to run high boost pressures and other vehicle applications that require smaller turbocharger compressor housings due to engine bay packaging constraints, the Hurricane Series delivers exceptional spool-up and boost response with the optional Turbonetics patented Ceramic Ball Bearing (CBB) and high pressure compressor housing combination.
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Will this work on a 2005 dodge diesel with a t4 manifold.
Would this turbo be a good option for a 400 horse naturally aspirated small block Chevy build in a 3200 lbs street car
I have a heavily modified ls3. Would this turbo give me the hang I'm looking for or would a procharger be the better option? I'm not a fan of nitrous.
Will this fit my 2006 Mazdaspeed 6?
Could this fit a 2007 Dodge Charger srt8
Will this kit fit on a 2012 v6 mustang, If so how much hp will it add if everything is stock?
Will this fit in a 2017 Fusion
Could this fit in a 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution
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