Turbos

Turbos are the way to go if you want your car’s small engine to develop large-engine horsepower and performance. Choosing the right turbo for your application is critical to achieving the results you seek, and we at CarMods Australia can help you with that.  

As a dedicated online turbos Australia vendor, we don’t just sell the turbochargers; we also offer advice on which turbos to buy and which accompanying mods to add to best achieve your performance goals. For example, if you are looking to give your street-driven car a 50 percent increase in horsepower, our experienced and certified modding specialists can guide you on the options available for such applications and what you may need to do to prepare your car for such mods, e.g., an ECU remap.  

In addition to helping you find a turbo that matches your engine and horsepower goals, we also offer installation guidance. For all your turbo Australia needs or if you want any information on issues related to turbos, call us at (07) 5649 8778.

 

Explore Our Range of Turbos Australia

We at CarMods Australia are your one-stop online shop for turbos Australia, with thousands of turbo and turbo-kit options from highly-rated local and international manufacturers. Our turbos are available in single turbo, twin turbo, single-scroll turbo, twin-scroll turbo, variable geometry turbo (VGTs), variable twin scroll turbo, and electric turbo options. These turbo options are designed to directly replace OEM turbos, so you won’t have to make custom modifications to accommodate them. We also sell a wide range of superchargers.

 

Frequently Asked Questions 

Does the size of the turbo you choose matter?

Yes, it does, but only to a certain extent. If you choose a turbo that is too large for your setup, you will have increased turbo lag, lower air density due to reduced efficiency, and ultimately, less horsepower than you had hoped to achieve. On the other hand, if you choose a turbo that is too small, it won’t develop enough horsepower to make a difference.

 

Is it true that turbochargers can explode?

Yes, but rarely in road-going vehicles with well-maintained engines and fully functioning boost control systems.   

 

How much power output or horsepower can a turbo add?

A turbo can boost an engine’s output by 30 to 40 percent.

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