How Turbos Work
Earl's Releases new Turbo plumbing fittings!| 11/04/2019
Earl's Performance Plumbing makes it easier than ever to plumb your turbo oiling system with new flanges, fittings and restrictors for a variety of applications. Featuring several styles of inlet/drain fittings, they are coated in a durable black anodized finish for a long life and good looks! Click here to learn more!
STS Releases Twin Turbo Rear Mount Multi-Fit Kits!| 10/23/2019
STS Turbo overcomes the challenges of traditional installations by mounting the turbos in the rear of the vehicle in place of the stock mufflers (on some vehicles). With turbos instead of mufflers, you can retain stock exhaust manifolds, catalytic converters, mid pipes and have a distinctive performance sound that is sure to turn heads. Relocating the turbos to the rear avoids adding additional heat under your hood and you won't have to worry about clearance or interference issues with belts, pulleys, or accessories.
Hardline Tubing, AN Hose, and Performance Automotive Plumbing Tools You Need to Know About| 04/08/2021
Plumbing a performance vehicle can be a bit nerve-wracking and intimidating, but Earl's Performance Tools can take the worry out of fabricating your own plumbing systems!
Upgrade Your Small Block’s Stock Cast-Iron Exhaust Manifolds with High-Flow Manifolds from Hooker| 04/07/2021
If your goal is more power with a classic appearance, Hooker small-block Chevy cast-iron exhaust manifolds are just the ticket. A high-silicone material gives them superior heat resistance characteristics, while a larger cross section allows them to flow better and make more power than a factory manifold.