These days, it seems like boost and LS engines just go together. It’s a wonder they never offered a turbocharged LS from the factory, but thankfully, our friends in the aftermarket are rectifying that. In a recent news release form our friends at Holley Performance, STS Turbo is now offering ball bearing, and journal bearing turbochargers.
STS Ball Bearing Turbochargers, Journal Bearing Turbochargers, and Frostbite Intercoolers
STS BALL BEARING TURBOCHARGERS
STS Ball Bearing Turbochargers spool quickly, build boost at low RPM, and increase power throughout your entire power band. A universal design compatible with virtually any application and easily mounted almost anywhere, their oil-cooled ball-bearing design delivers faster response, reduced turbo lag, and lower internal oiling temperatures than journal-bearing models. They feature high-strength aluminum compressor housings and lightweight Inconel turbine wheels with high nickel-alloy housings for superior strength at high RPM.
STS JOURNAL BEARING TURBOCHARGERS
STS Journal Bearing Turbochargers, the same turbos used in STS Turbo Systems, are now available individually in numerous sizes to accommodate countless applications. An affordable way to build power in either a single- or dual-turbo setup, they can be mounted almost anywhere and serve as the basis for a powerful, reliable, efficient system. STS Journal Bearing Turbochargers feature optimized T3/T4 housing combinations for maximum performance and 100% cartridge balancing for smooth operation.
Frostbite Intercoolers bring efficiency, durably and affordability to any turbocharger system. Available in both 2.5-inch and 3-inch inlet/outlet configurations in your choice of a polished-aluminum or black-painted finish, these universal air-to-air intercoolers come in 18 unique size and finish variations in the most popular sizes and feature all-aluminum construction, welded-on universal mounting bungs, and slip-fit inlets and outlets.
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Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of GMEFI Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.