We are pleased to announce the release of the STS Twin Turbo System for the Chrysler/Dodge Hemi LX platform vehicles!
The 5.7L and 6.1L Dodge Charger, Chrysler 300C, and Dodge Magnum from model years 2005 to 2008 are ready to be unleashed!
With stock engines and a conservative 5-6 pounds of boost, you can expect approximately 540 Horsepower and 620 ft-lb Torque after installing their patented rear-mount turbo system on your 5.7L! That is a 60% increase in both horsepower and torque!
Your 6.1L SRT8 will see approximately 630 Horsepower and 650 ft-lb Torque after the install!
Have a built engine? The "Twins" have plenty more power to give!
*Horsepower numbers are flywheel
Video on YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XiJZxBOwJZ8
Benefits of STS Remote-Mounted Turbochargers -
Lower underhood temperatures. No need to worry about melting wires, hoses, or other engine components, as with a front-mounted turbo.
Ease of installation. STS turbo systems can be installed in about 8 hours with standard tools and average mechanical ability.
Cooler oil to the turbo. Cool oil is better for both the turbo and engine.
Performance Sound. The turbo acts as a muffler and sounds like an aftermarket performance muffler. Turbo spool and rushing air from the blow-off valve make a unique sound that will turn heads!
No need for major modifications to your vehicle. STS systems are designed to "bolt-on" to factory mounts.
Increased gas mileage. Unlike a belt driven supercharger, the turbo utilizes "wasted" energy leaving your tailpipe. Most of our customers get 1-3 mpg increase in gas mileage compared to their original stock mpg numbers.
Converts back to stock in about an hour.
More room under the hood. Future repair work or modifications will not require the expense of removing the turbo system to allow access to engine components.
Lowest Intake Air Temps. Low IAT's equate to more horsepower per pound of boost than any other forced induction option. STS intake piping provides built-in intercooling. Add the optional intercooler, and IAT's drop even further.
Approximately 500F lower turbo temperatures. Eliminates the need for a turbo-timer, which allows the engine to run after the car is shut off in order to cool down the turbo and prevent oil and bearing damage.
Denser exhaust gasses drive the turbo turbine wheel more efficiently.
Turbo is exposed to ambient air rather than underhood air. Allows for better cooling of turbo components.
No need for expensive headers, mufflers, or exhaust systems.
Turbo is closer to the tail pipe outlet. Provides a better pressure differential across the turbine wheel which promotes better flow across turbine.
Better weight transfer. Increases traction because the bulk of system is mounted in rear of vehicle rather than up front.
Less noise and heat in the passenger compartment.