Precision Turbo Introduces GEN2 Pro Mod 88 XPR Turbocharger

New from Precision Turbo – the GEN2 Pro Mod 88 XPR Turbocharger. This turbo offers unparalleled performance and great efficiency ideal for higher pressure ratios. See more details below.

Official Release:

PRECISION TURBO AND ENGINE has added a new size to its line of championship winning and record setting Pro Mod turbochargers with the release of the new GEN2 Pro Mod 88 XPR Turbocharger.

Utilizing an 88mm inducer GEN2 CEA (Competition Engineered Aerodynamics) CNC-machined, 2618-forged aluminum compressor and our 108mm exducer CEA turbine wheel, this Pro Mod offers unparalleled performance, great efficiency ideal for higher pressure ratios, and an 8-12% increase in power over the standard GEN2 Pro Mod 88 turbocharger.

Purpose-built for improved strength, durability and longevity, every new GEN2 Pro Mod 88 XPR CEA turbocharger will be equipped with an air-cooled, dual ceramic ball bearing Center Housing Rotating Assembly (CHRA) for faster transient response, less turbo lag, and added thrust capacity.

In our continued efforts to bring the most technologically advanced and safest turbochargers to market, a compressor cover ballistic blanket will come standard with this product. Additionally, this turbocharger will also come equipped with a speed sensor provision within the compressor cover, as well as the speed sensor to monitor turbo shaft speed.

The GEN2 Pro Mod 88 XPR is available with both T5 and V-band inlet options to provide greater flexibility for turbo kit fabrication. Your choice of turbine housing options include: T5 1.0 A/R, T5 1.12 A/R, T5 1.24 A/R, T5 1.40 A/R, and V-Band Inlet/V-Band Outlet 1.15 A/R.

Rated to support 1,850 HP, the MSRP on Precision’s revolutionary new GEN2 Pro Mod 88 XPR CEA Turbocharger starts at just $5,315.00. Unlike anything else on the market today, Precision’s GEN2 Pro Mod turbochargers have proven to be serious game-changers in the world of turbo technology.

Features:

  • Utilizing an 88mm inducer GEN2 CEA CNC-machined, 2618-forged aluminum compressor
  • 108mm exducer CEA turbine wheel
  • Unparalleled performance and great efficiency ideal for higher pressure ratios

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