STS Turbo STS1003 Rear Mount Universal Twin Turbo Kit, 5.0-6.0L
Our multi-fit rear mount dual turbo kit gives you the groundwork to install twin turbochargers on almost any vehicle. STS Turbo overcomes the challenges of traditional installations by mounting the turbos in the rear of the vehicle in place of the stock mufflers (on some vehicles). With turbos instead of mufflers, you can retain stock exhaust manifolds, catalytic converters, mid pipes and have a distinctive performance sound that is sure to turn heads. Relocating the turbos to the rear avoids adding additional heat under your hood and you won't have to worry about clearance or interference issues with belts, pulleys, or accessories. STS Rear Mount Multi Fit Dual Turbo Kits include turbochargers, waste-gates, air filters, patented twin pump oiling system, wiring harness and necessary turbo mounting flanges.
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