thats good to know! I have a couple of friends with STS dual turbos on there 5.3's chebys. They seem to love them and they look like good kits. Cannot wait to see them for the titan.
Do yourself a favor and look up all the engines that have blown using a regular under the hood turbo??? It has nothing to do with where the turbo is located, its due to people now know what they are doing or how much boost their engine can take.Fstest H-Town Realtr said:I wouldn't dingleberry my Titan if given to me for free...do a Google search for these units...look at all the blowed up engines.
FourDoor said:Wait, let me get this straight. This STS system will be designed to put the actual turbo under the motor?
Tell me exactly what you mean by in harms way? The only way i see this setup being in harms way would be if you had a lifted truck and went mudding or some serious rock crawling and looking at the picture of your truck i dont think you will be doing any of that, and as far as water getting in there they dont have problems with them being on cars which sit much lower than your truck. this company is well known for their remote turbo systems and if there was an nice and easy way to tuck it into the engine bay for a decent price it would have already been done, like leadsled said the biggest challenge will be the tuning, if they were smart they would sublet the tune out to uprev.roy365 said:Didn't someone post about these guys a while back??? After viewing their website I now recognize the pics for the "general turbo applications". All that plumbing and the turbo itself is located under the vehicle in harm's way???? No thank you!!!! If they come up with somethiing nice and neat tucked in the engine bay and the price is within reason then it would be nice.