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110 THE SHOP NOVEMBER 2019 T he improved horsepower and driving feel of turbochargers make them an aftermarket favorite. The versatility they provide is another attractive benefit. Turbos can be used to target specific rpm ranges and/ or driving styles, meaning professional knowledge and installation is at a premium. From hardcore racers to daily drivers, there's a turbo option for every enthusiast. Suppliers share their latest turbo offerings, thoughts on the market and sales tips for shops looking to make the most of these spinning wheels. Turbo Suppliers share their latest offerings, thoughts on the market & sales tips for shops. Talk Remote- (rear-) mount systems generally help with distribution and traction, due to weight being moved away from the front-end. They are also placed post- catalytic converter and do not interfere with emissions equipment. (Photos cour- tesy Holley/STS) HOLLEY (STS) Bowling Green, Kentucky Skylar T. Drake Creative & Technical Writer Our hottest Turbo- charger product for 2019 is … … one of the hottest prod- ucts for 2019 is our STS Multi- Fit Turbocharger kits. We now offer Multi-Fit Remote mount systems complete with turbocharger, oil pump, wastegate and more, giving customers more options on placement and routing compared to a traditional front-mount system. Its best features include … … other features include turbo flanges, air filter and full-color instructions to assist the customer during installation. The outside factor currently having the biggest effect on the Turbocharger market is … … our approach to the turbocharger differs from tradi- tional methods as the remote- (rear-) mount systems gen- erally help with distribution and traction, due to weight being moved away from the front-end. It is also placed post-catalytic converter and does not interfere with emissions equipment compared to front-mount systems that introduce heat beforehand.

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