Chevy Turbo Kits
In 2003, Chevys were given a huge new boost with the introduction of the STS Remote Mounted Turbo System. Since then, hundreds of Chevy full-size pick-up and SUV owners have reported exceptional horsepower and increased torque from the new leader in remote mounted turbo systems. Check out the many benefits of the STS system and you might wonder what you've been doing without it for this long.
The benefits of turbo systems over superchargers are obvious. First among the benefits is the turbo system's lack of belts and pulleys, which results in far more horsepower. The remote placement, on the other hand, is new for some drivers. The benefit is huge, as the remote location of the STS turbo system allows for superior cooling and no intrusion into your engine area. The result is less possible residual damage, far better cooling, and increased gas mileage.
Check out these stats from Sport Truck Magazine's road test: a 4.8 liter engine with a five psi boost had a 35 percent increase in horsepower to 303. Meanwhile, the rear wheel torque was increased by 34 percent to 321. The total time reduction over the quarter mile was around one second. That's power that's hard to ignore.
At Squires Turbo Systems, we've got Silverado owners covered, as well as Sierras, SSs, Escalades, Avalanches, Tahoes, Suburbans, Yukons, and Yukon XLs drivers. Coming to a drag strip near you soon are the STS Twin Turbo systems for the 2005 Mustang and Corvettes between 1997 and 2004. Meanwhile, feast your eyes on our online demo and many letters from smiling STS-boosted Chevy drivers.