Ultimately, your engine requires the right air-to-fuel ratio to produce the best power from right-off-the-line up to high rpm without surging or wheel explosion due to over-speeding the wheel design. BD has tested and developed a complete range of Borg Warner turbocharger parts and assemblies for specific applications and markets.
- Contour machined compressor housings for many wheel options
Compressor wheels are available in Billet or in HIP’ed Cast form and are available from 66mm-82mm. Selecting too large of a compressor wheel will result in too much air at low engine rpm which causes aresistance to spool the turbo.
Our Lucas 2.6 Class approved Inducer Inlet design with the 0.200 MWE (Map Width Enhancement) groove at the 5.5-inch connection point that makes up for air lost with the 2.6 inducer.
The 2.6 turbos have a 5.5 -inch inlet O.D., 1/4-npt oil feed inlet and full Marmon turbine outlets. The S500 series of Borg Warner turbos with T6 mounting pads are also available with our 2.6 Inducer. Choose your turbo by locating your target horsepower.
We found that the right turbine wheel to compressor wheel drive ratio should be a minimum of 0.79 utilizing the wheels OD to calculate this ratio. The larger the number, the more power the turbine wheel will have to drive the compressor wheel.
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S467, S471, S474, S480, S482, S588 & S590
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