The compressor housing features a fully machined ported shroud to help reduce compressor surge. A fully machined speed sensor port provides enthusiasts the option to add the new G Series speed sensor to measure turbocharger shaft speed, a key factor in determining ideal operating conditions.
The new speed sensor is easy to install and does not need to be adjusted for length like previous sensors. Simply remove and plug, then insert the speed sensor and tighten the bolt. The new speed sensor is not compatible with GT and GTX sensors due to the new design and sizing.
The addition of an o-ring between the compressor housing and backplate reduces the possibility of boost pressure leakage.
Comparing boost levels and shaft speed on a compressor map, you can determine the ideal operating conditions to insure peak power over a wider operating range. All Garrett® Turbocharger Speed Sensor Kits are compatible with datalogers to enhance engine tuning capability. In addition, the Garrett®-branded gauge’s maximum speed recall function will retain the highest wheel speed for five minutes for easy mapping.
The data gained from the Garrett® Turbocharger Speed Sensor Kit can be used to closely estimate the engine’s flow behavior without a flow bench. Flow information is invaluable for determining if the turbocharger is reaching its maximum performance, for validating the turbo match, and for insuring that it is not over-speeding, allowing you to avoid potentially damaging operating conditions.
This kit could even be used in conjunction with an aftermarket ECU to limit compressor speed. The Garrett® Turbocharger Speed Sensor Kit will help you be sure you’ve got the correct turbo for your needs!
- Garrett G Series turbos (G25, G30, G42)
*Kit does NOT include gauge*
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