APS Twin Turbo Bolt On kit for C6 Corvette. Condition - "Used" in good conditio but not 100% complete, there's some messing common nuts and bolts, hose clamps for vacuum hoses and studs for the exhaust manifolds (you can use your oem exhaust manifold bolts) and some heat shield which are all readily available at auto parts stores. I will throw in a MSD Fuel BAP and a set of 8 BOSCH fuel injectors 65 lbs/hr. The perfect partnership has been formed to take the C6 to a performance level that has thoroughbred supercars running scared.
Drawing on 30 years of turbocharging, supercharging, intercooling and engine management system design and production knowledge, APS has created the ultimate High Output System for the Corvette's LS3 engine. Drawing on the man-years of APS engineering and testing efforts for the leading APS C6 and GTO Intercooled Twin Turbo Systems, APS raised the bar further still with the C6 APS Twin Intercooled Twin Turbo System. A straight forward bolt on totally engineered system that utilizes the latest in liquid cooled turbocharger technology and with a pair of huge bar and plate intercoolers, APS delivers a system that results in outrageous power and torque right across the entire RPM range.Huge external wastegates deliver enhanced boost pressure stability under extremely high boost pressure conditions in addition to a great degree of boost pressure flexibility. For example, with a simple change of the wastegate spring specification, a variety of boost pressures can be set - from 5 psi all the way through to over 20 psi. With insane horsepower and monster torque, the APS Intercooled Twin Turbo High Output System performs like a strong 9L Big Block and raises the C6 performance enthusiast exclusively into the supercar club! While it may not yet be a household name stateside, Air Power Systems (APS) is an Australian firm with over twenty years of experience in designing and manufacturing turbocharger and intercooler systems. APS also has an extensive background in EFI engine-management systems for select performance vehicles.
APS officials tell us the company's signature lies in the quality and durability of its components, the attention to detail put into every system, and unswerving dedication to the notion that performance must always be reliably achieved. Twin-turbo systems are nothing new to Corvettes, but the APS system bears the distinction of being the first one available for the C6 as a bolt kit. The turbos are obviously the star of the show, and the APS units come loaded for bear.The system's foundation is a pair of twin-ball-bearing, water-cooled Garrett turbochargers. Traditional turbochargers employ a bearing supported by a film of oil that forms a cushioning layer between it and the turbocharger shaft. The shaft relies on a constant supply of fresh, clean oil over a very wide contact area in order to maintain sufficient clearance from the bearing itself. A similar approach is used to isolate the main shaft from thrust loads.
Though this design is simple and fairly reliable, high friction results in sluggish turbocharger response, or lag. Unlike standard turbos, ball bearings are utilized on both sides of the APS turbo's main shaft, doing away with the typical floating bearings. The design is robust and compact in size.The opposed, angular, contact-bearing cartridge eliminates the need for a thrust bearing, which is commonly a weak link in standard turbos. Water-cooled center sections are not a new innovation, but they are gaining popularity due to their reliability. With traditional turbos, engine oil provides both lubrication and cooling. This is an effective compromise between cost and performance, but in high-performance applications, durability can suffer. By enclosing the turbo's bearings in water passages, engine coolant is used to reduce turbocharger-bearing temperatures. This practically eliminates oil coking and lacquering, which can foul the bearings in standard turbochargers.
The water-cooled bearings of the APS turbos remain cooler than the oil's cooking-threshold temperature at all times, virtually eliminating the problem. Another advantage of the dual-ball-bearing design is that it requires less engine oil to provide proper lubrication for the turbo. This reduces the load on the engine's oil pump, allowing more oil volume to vital engine components for improved engine durability. The oil flow through the turbocharger is controlled by an oil-flow control module (shown) that also serves as a debris separator to keep foreign particles from entering the bearing assembly. Frictional losses with ball-bearing turbochargers are reduced by 40-50 percent as compared with a conventional turbo.
The improvement in turbocharger response, particularly in the low- and mid-turbocharger-speed range, is quite evident from the driver's seat. The item "APS Twin Turbo Bolt On kit for C6 Corvette" is in sale since Thursday, May 27, 2021.
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