Porsche 997.2 Turbo Billet Turbocharger Upgrade
The 2010 and newer 911 Turbo and Turbo S introduced Porsche’s new 3.8L twin-turbocharged engine, producing a staggering 500 crank horsepower right off the showroom floor. Although the engine is essentially entirely new, one thing Porsche chose to keep constant was their use of VTG (Variable Turbine Geometry) turbochargers to deliver consistent and smooth power throughout the entire rpm range. The VTG controllers essentially monitor and change the A/R of the turbochargers allowing them to produce excellent low-end power without any compromise in the upper rpm range.
Champion Motorsport quickly developed a pair of Billet VTG Turbochargers as part of their complete power package for the new Turbo. Although very similar, in theory, to the turbochargers used on the 997.1 Turbo, the larger displacement of the .2 car allows for an even larger diameter compressor wheel, located inside the new billet compressor housing. The use of a billet compressor housing allows for a greater flow of air, otherwise impossible using the factory cast housing. The billet compressor wheel is also upgraded to a 7-blade design which much more efficiently flows air through the newly designed housing. The new wheel measures 68mm at the exducer and 49.05mm at the inducer, compared to 65mm and 46.9mm (respectively) of the previous generation design.
As part of our complete power package for the 2010+ Turbo, the new CMS Billet Turbochargers are capable of performance that was previously reserved for the world’s most elite supercars. For more information about our new Billet Turbochargers or our complete power package, please feel free to contact us via phone, or by using the Live Chat icon located at the top of the page.
**All Champion Motorsport turbocharger upgrades require a core exchange of OEM turbochargers. Feel free to contact us for details or more information.**