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Displacement 1.5L - 6.0L
• Titanium Bullet Nose
• Fully Rebuildable/Upgradeable
• CTR 7/14 Billet Slim Hub Extended Tip Compressor Wheel
• Available in Dynamic Journal, Oil Lubricated, and Oil-Less
TURBINE HOUSING OPTIONS
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.82 A/R Stainless Steel V-Band Inlet & Outlet
1.06 A/R Stainless Steel V-Band Inlet & Outlet
.81 A/R T4 Inlet Single Entry 3 5/8 V-Band
.96 A/R T4 Inlet Single Entry 3 5/8 V-Band
1.00 A/R T4 Inlet Twin Scroll 3 5/8 V-Band
SUPER CORE OPTIONS
Water Port Threads
3/8 18 NPT
Titanium Bullet Nose
99% Mechanical Efficiency
Anti-Surge Compressor Housing
Billet Aluminum Bearing Housing
Can Be Mounted In Any Orientation
Patented TRIPLEX CERAMIC™ Ball Bearing Oil-Less System
CTR Compressor Wheel Technology
CTR High Flow Turbine Technology
The R-line of compressor wheels are 7-14 vaned and embody the latest in compressor design technology. They feature a minimum diameter hub to maximize intake airflow and an extended tip design for increased efficiency at higher pressure ratios. The R-line design features, including maximum inducer diameters, produce higher boost pressures at high engine speeds and allow increases in engine HP output of up to 15%. The R-line of advanced design compressor wheels is now available on our complete line of CT turbochargers.
The CTR Turbine wheels are 25% lower inertia leading to faster rotor acceleration. The slim hub and thin blade design make this wheel unique while the design feature maximizes the flow capacity, increasing it by 30% more than the prior GT style Turbine wheel. The Comp Turbo CTR high flow turbine wheels have minimal leaving velocity due to a longer surface blade length, thus leaving losses are minimized. Which leads to higher turbine efficiency and greater flow range than available turbine wheels in the industry. CTR turbine wheels are designed where high exhaust flow capability is required and have minimal leaving gas velocity that increases turbine efficiency.