Precision Turbo 6266 Vband GEN 2 CEA 800Hp
€ 1.619,00 Tax excl.
- Exclusive GEN2 CEA (Competition Engineered Aerodynamics) compressor wheel machined from a 2618-aluminum forging
- Higher efficiency and faster transient response for maximum power and performance
- 62mm inducer compressor wheel
- Compressor cover – “Ported S” compressor cover 4.0″ inlet/2.5″ outlet
- 66mm, 76 trim turbine wheel
- Turbine housing options – T3 .63 or .82 A/R with 4 bolt (2.5″) discharge – T3 .63 A/R with 5 bolt discharge (with or without wastegate hole) – T3 .63 or .82 A/R with 3″ OD (outer diameter) V-Band discharge – V-Band inlet .82 A/R with V-Band discharge – Stainless steel .82 A/R V-band inlet/outlet – T4 Tangential .58, .68, .81, or .96 A/R with 3 5/8″ OD (outer diameter) V-Band discharge – T4 Divided .84, 1.0, 1.15, or 1.32 A/R with 3 5/8″ OD (outer diameter) V-Band discharge – Buick .63 or .85 A/R – GMC Syclone/Typhoon .85 A/R – K26 .82 A/R
- Standard with an air-cooled, dual ceramic ball-bearing center housing rotating assembly (CHRA)
PTE 6266 Gen2 Ball Bearing Turbo
Featuring the latest and greatest in compressor and turbine wheel technology from Precision, the PT6266 GEN2 CEA offers a unique combination of Competition Engineered Aerodynamics (CEA) with both hot and cold sides! Offering substantially more horsepower over similarly sized turbos, the PT6266 GEN2 CEA is the perfect choice for those wanting to make more power without changing their current system..
Things to Know About Turbo Installation
Damage to a turbocharger is generally a secondary result. Turbochargers are asked to perform in some pretty hostile environments. Any preventive measures taken at the time of installation may prevent damage. The following items should be taken into consideration for a proper turbocharger installation.
- Be sure the turbocharger is receiving oil from a filtered source.
- A quality paper element style oil filter is recommended.
- Be sure the turbocharger has a properly sized oil feed line.
- The oil return line size needs to be a minimum of a -10AN or 5/8 of an inch inside diameter or larger.
- Install coolant lines if applicable.
- There should be at least 1 inch of clearance around the turbocharger and any structural member of the car.
- There needs to be at least one flexible rubber style compressor cover discharge tube coupling.
- A ported shroud compressor cover should be utilized whenever possible.
Common Causes of Turbocharger Issues
Turbochargers leaking oil and smoking. Turbochargers will leak oil and smoke due to multiple reasons which are typically installation related.
- An inadequate oil return is the primary cause of oil leakage.
- The turbocharger needs to be mounted as high as possible so the oil will gravity return back to the engine.
- The oil return line needs to be a minimum of a -10AN or 5/8 of an inch inside diameter.
- Try to use tube type hose fittings that do not have any restrictive tight radius bends.
- If utilizing an oil return pump the pump should be mounted lower than the oil drain on the turbocharger. It may also be necessary to have an oil reservoir installed in the oil return prior to the pump. The return oil from the turbocharger may also contain air bubbles. The air bubbles may have to settle out of the oil before the pump will pump the oil.
- If utilizing a oil return pump in the system and if the pump is not size properly or if there is excessive crankcase pressure this may cause the turbocharger to leaking oil.
- Crankcase ventilation is critical as well. If the engine has positive crankcase pressure this will also pressurize the turbochargers oil drain. With the oil drain compromised due to pressure this could also cause the turbocharger to leak oil.
- On systems utilizing a PCV valve be sure it is of a design used for boosted applications. Also be sure it is proper working order. (not sticking closed)
- If utilizing a breather catch can system be sure you are using a minimum of a -10AN or 5/8 of an inch inside diameter line. Also make sure the breather on the catch can has a large diameter opening that is least 1 inch. Some push in style breathers may have a small diameter hole in them. As for clamp on style breathers these usually have a larger diameter opening.
- Valve cover breathers should have a large diameter opening that is least 1 inch and one breather per valve cover. Some push in style breathers may have a small diameter hole in them as for clamp on style breathers these usually have a larger diameter opening.
- Properly sized air inlets and air filters should be used. A restricted turbocharger air inlet due to improperly sized air inlet tubing, or an air filter that will not flow enough air may be the cause of a compressor side oil leak.
- When using an air filter it must be size properly. If the air filter is too small, it will not allow the turbocharger to pull air in freely. When this happens the filter becomes a restriction. A dirty air filter may restrict air flow as well. When the air inlet to the turbocharger becomes restricted it may pull oil past the compressor side seal causing an oil leak.