Automotive Turbocharger Ball Bearing Billet Wheel Turbo Selection Launched

Photo of author has launched a new line of billet wheel ball-bearing turbochargers for the automotive market which offer increased performance and durability.

Following the recent announcement, the supplier of forced induction equipment now offers an extended selection of billet wheel ball bearing automotive turbochargers available for a wide variety of automotive brands that can also be custom-built.

More information is available at’s newly added HPT turbochargers, use a ball-bearing design to provide superior durability and faster spool/throttle response. This combination of performance and durability is superior to traditional journal-bearing designs and is supported by a four-year limited warranty, the company says.

The addition of the HPT line to’s wide range of parts and kits comes to satisfy the growing demand for automotive turbochargers. Car owners increasingly recognize the benefits of turbocharging and are more interested in adding these devices to their vehicles.

Simply put, turbocharging is a method of forcing more air into the engine of a car. The most obvious advantage is increased horsepower and torque, which results in improved acceleration and towing capability. notes that there are additional advantages to using these devices, including increased fuel efficiency and lower emissions. Also, turbocharging can be especially beneficial at higher altitudes, where it can compensate for the decrease in air density which otherwise can result in reduced performance.

Additional details can be found at not only offers turbochargers but complete installation kits as well. In addition to the turbocharger itself, these kits include all of the items necessary for installation, such as manifolds, oil and water lines, intercooler and custom piping, and wastegates. The complete kits also come with the fuel system upgrade and tuning software required to run the turbocharger at the suggested boot level. Should a customer choose to supply their own fuel system upgrade and source tuning software independently, offers a lower-cost “tuner” solution.

Kits are available for a wide variety of vehicles and can be custom-built if necessary.

“The number of parts it takes to properly install a turbocharger is extensive,” founder Grant Smith says. “Our complete turbo option is a great value, and ensures that a customer will receive all of the right parts for his or her vehicle.” has been designing and marketing turbo systems and related solutions since 2001.

Further information is available at