The H&S Motorsports 565802 Billet 64MM Turbocharger (90 Degree Outlet) provides you with a great option for building your own custom turbo setup. H&S Motorsports has spend countless hours testing many configurations and they have found this turbocharger to provide the best balance of performance and drive-ability. Originally designed for use with the Ford 6.7L single turbo kit, H&S has performed testing with this turbocharger on most modern diesels with great results. Including the 5.9L Cummins, 6.7L Cummins, 6.6L Duramax and 6.7L Powerstroke.
Engineered mainly for 5.9L - 6.7L displacement diesel engines, this turbo provides lightning fast spool while still flowing a serious amount of air on the top end. The high flow 64mm inducer billet compressor wheel is capable of supporting up to 650 WHP (more with nitrous or other injectables). During our testing, we experienced an average of a 150-200 degree drop in peak exhaust gas temperatures when compared to various factory turbocharger setups. We typically suggest limiting maximum engine RPM to around 3,500 - 4,000 RPM when using this turbocharger in a single turbo setup, as that is likely where it will begin to lose efficiency depending on engine displacement and other variables.
This turbo compressor housing features a 4" hose coupler inlet and 90-degree 3" hose coupler outlet. The turbine housing comes in two different A/R options (spool or sport) and features a T4 flange inlet and a 6-bolt flange outlet. Whether you're towing, racing, or just daily driving, we are confident that this turbocharger will outperform any other similarly-sized turbocharger on the market today. All H&S Motorsports turbocharger parts are designed, manufactured, and assembled here in the USA.
Spool or Sport?
There are two turbine housing options when purchasing this item, Spool and Sport. Both options are engineered to be as efficient and drive-able as possible, but there are some minor differences between the two. The Spool housing is slightly smaller than the Sport and thus causes a higher exhaust gas velocity prior to coming in contact with the turbine wheel. This extra velocity will cause the Spool turbo to reach an optimal operating RPM faster than the Sport turbo. Because of the smaller housing, the Spool housing will also generate more exhaust back pressure than the Sport housing. On a maximum effort tune (650 WHP), our data has shown 10-15 PSI more back pressure from the Spool housing. Keep in mind that both housing options are very functional and you really can't go wrong with either decision. Essentially, your choice can come down to answering the following questions:
Does your vehicle spend much of its time at a high altitude (above 3,000 feet)? Do you tow heavy loads with your vehicle? Are you going to run an external wastegate to relieve excess exhaust back pressure? If you have answered "yes" to any of the previous questions, we recommend the Spool Housing option (Part# 565802-SPL).
Are you going to run nitrous or any other injectables? Will your vehicle be used for competition use only (sled pulling, drag racing, etc)? If you answered "yes" to any of the previous questions, we recommend the Sport Housing option (Part# 565802-SPRT).
- BorgWarner S300 based turbocharger
- Billet 64mm inducer compressor wheel
- 4" compressor housing inlet
- 3" 90-degree compressor housing outlet
- Undivided turbine housing
- T4 turbine housing inlet
- 6-bolt turbine housing outlet
CA Residents:Not legal for sale or use in California on pollution controlled motor vehicles.