How about some new turbo upgrades for the EcoBoost engines? I’d consider buying one of these cars just to do this. More on Turbonetics in a moment, but did you know they joined forced with Precision Turbo and Engine? That’s big news that just happened in November!

2016 PRI: Part 2

by Pablo Mazlumian

We know what you came back for—more car parts! If you missed Part 1 of our 2016 PRI coverage, make sure to check it out HERE. Now, let’s continue with the show!


DeatschWerks was proudly showing off some of its newer billet aluminum fuel rails…
…as well as its fuel pressure regulators and fuel system plumbing. The regulators feature, reinforced Viton diaphragms, -6 or -10 plumbing options, and 100% stainless internals, which make them E85 compatible. The DWR1000 regulator (the black and orange ones in this picture) will support up to 750hp apiece, while the DWR2000 (grey) will flow enough fuel for a whopping 2000hp!
DW now also offers full fuel system components, including hoses and fittings.
A well-known car from the Discovery Channel’s Street Outlaws show was sitting in Turbonetics’ booth. This is the car driven by “Dominator”, who apparently had recently converted to turbocharging. We won’t go into detail about Dominator’s car today because, like we promised in PRI Part 1, we’ll have a “PRI 2016 Street Outlaws special edition” very soon. But let’s see what Turbonetics had in store for us today.
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Wednesday, December 21, 2016 1:25 PM
why does the SIN R1 have a triple disk clutch? its just a stock LS3, plenty of single disk clutches out there that will hold the power... or did they just want an expensive part for the sake of being expensive?
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Wednesday, December 21, 2016 2:22 PM
That's a good question. Perhaps it's a much smaller (dia) clutch to lighten the weight but one disc wouldn't have been enough for the lb-ft of torque?
Wednesday, December 21, 2016 4:17 PM
Best WAG: dry sumped LS3, small diameter clutch to get the motor as low as possible.
Wednesday, December 21, 2016 4:27 PM
Just checked their site: 180mm clutch dia
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