Hybrid turbos

Saturday, September 24th, 2016

One great way to easily uprate and improve a turbocharged engine is with the aid of a hybrid turbo. You’d basically take a standard turbo housing and uprate the internals giving yourself a bolt in replacement. Sometimes it is quite hard to fit a larger turbo to an engine, the most notable reason being the […]

Big turbo conversions

Thursday, August 4th, 2016

A turbo charger has a finite capacity to force air into the engine. The basic principle that more air equals more power holds true (as long as there is a sufficient supply of fuel to match this). Hybrid turbos are one way to increase the capacity of your turbo, with different impellers the characteristics can […]

Aftermarket Superchargers

Wednesday, June 29th, 2016

A supercharger compresses the intake air effectively forcing more air into the engine. More air means you have more oxygen and when this is matched to more fuel you will benefit from more power. There are a number of benefits to superchargers compared to turbos, but there are also some drawbacks. We aim to provide […]

Remote turbo kits

Thursday, October 22nd, 2015

It can be quite time consuming to add a turbo charger to a NASP engine. The biggest problems include avoiding detonation, making space to join the turbo to the exhaust and sorting out the fueling and mapping. Although still a big job the remote turbo is being hailed as the simple bolt on solution for […]

Fitting a turbo to your car

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015

We all know that one of the best ways to improve a cars performance is to uprade to forced induction. In this article we'll look at adding a turbo to your car and the issues you'll need to be aware of. More air going into the engine means that you can burn more fuel and […]