Founded in Sydney, Australia, in 1997, with a range of just two products, Turbosmart and its unique blend of quality and reliability has become a world-wide brand synonymous with automotive performance.
Today, Turbosmart products are distributed in over 50 countries around the world and can be found in many world-record breaking vehicles in the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK, and Puerto Rico to name a few. Their achievements on and off the track are a testimony to Turbosmart’s design, manufacturing and testing principles. The feedback received from the racers and tuners alike contributes to the on-going development of Turbosmart products, reinforcing the philosophy of continual improvement.
The BorgWarner EFR turbo is set to become the new world standard for performance turbocharging due to the high-technology feature package, unbeatable performance, and installation convenience. The EFR turbocharger was designed and manufactured with only one purpose in mind: to dominate the street, track, and strip. Multiple different size turbos, optimally matched for the 250-1000hp per turbo segment – and in (4) different turbine housings are the result. The combination of this top-shelf geometry and the Gamma-Ti turbine wheel significantly raises the bar for performance aftermarket turbochargers. Combined with ball bearing technology, it is the most responsive range or turbos that are available anywhere, at any price.
The Armageddon Twin Turbo System is the final result from a collaboration of elite companies in the automotive aftermarket. Use of Computer-Aided-Design and digital simulation has allowed this effort to produce the finest turbo system currently available. With the recent release of multiple turbo systems across the majority of the new Cadillac/gmc/chevrolet line up of suvs and trucks, The Armageddon product line continues to grow and several new products are scheduled for release in the future.
Haltech engine management systems are designed to be as universal as possible with the ability to control single cylinder motor cycles to V8 racing cars and most engines in between. It can control throttle body, multi-point or staged injection, distributor or direct ignition, naturally aspirated or turbo or supercharged engines. Name the application and in most cases Haltech can control it.
Haltech has been acknowledged by magazines such as the US “Hot Rod” and “Turbo” magazines as being the first highly adjustable, reasonably priced, real-time programmable engine management system available and it was the right product at the right time. It is now in use in many countries world wide and the market is still growing.
At the end of the day, it is results that matter. From the first GT-R in the 7′s, to the first 300mph motorcycle, Injector Dynamics was there. In fact, Injector Dynamics equipped cars have set so many records that we lost count years ago. There is however, more to fuel injection than world records. Even more important are things like idle quality, tunability, consistency, and accuracy of supplied data. These are the qualities that have made us the tuners choice, because their reputation is dependent on the end result.
If you’re looking for bold claims, persuasive ads, and rock bottom pricing, you have numerous options. If you’re looking for results, choose the company who provides the results that the rest compare themselves to.
COBB Tuning is an automotive engineering company founded in Rockwall TX by Trey COBB in 1999. They are dedicated to developing solutions that improve vehicle performance and the driving experience. COBB Tuning approaches design by taking the entire vehicle-platform into account as a complete system. Their ultra-high-quality products and services are professionally engineered, thoroughly tested and backed by industry leading customer service to ensure that they meet their objectives and exceed customer expectations.
From their initial Subaru focus, COBB Tuning has expanded its product offerings to BMW, Ford, Mazda, Porsche, Mitsubishi, Nissan and Volkswagen specializing in engine management electronics, intake tract components, turbocharged exhaust systems, turbo kits, drivetrain components and suspension components.