With the growing popularity of aftermarket turbo kits, STS Turbo had applications for several new cars at PRI. STS Turbo has pioneered the rear mount turbo design and they report that the unique location make the turbo run cooler and deliver more boost than front mount systems. Horsepower gains are in the 150 to 250 hp range depending on engine application.

STS’s latest kit at PRI is for the popular 2010 Camaro SS. They offer a twin-turbo bolt-on kit that makes 540 rear wheel horsepower. The unit comes complete with all parts needed and includes a tuner to recalibrate the factory ECU. STS Turbo’s Shawn Raines said that STS Turbo kits can be installed by the do-it-youself enthusiast and no special tools are required for the application specific remote mount kits.

For 2010 Camaro owners that want to do simple mods, STS Turbo has a new cold air intake for the V8 model Camaro. STS reports 24 more horsepower with the installation of the intake. The unit comes complete with a high flow air filter and retails for just under $300.00.

The display car in the STS Turbo booth was Doug Van Den Brink 2004 Mustang GT with an STS universal rear mount turbo. We had the opportunity to see this car at a drifting demo during the Mustang’s 45th Anniversary and were impressed considering it’s powered by a 4.6-liter Ford. The STS Turbo kit on Van Den Brink’s car is a rear mount single 76 mm unit with rear mount intercooler. According to STS, the drift mustang has 720 horsepower at the rear wheels.

For more information on STS Turbo's remote mount systems and vehicle applications, visit their website.

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