Patented Front-Twin Turbo configuration designed to utilize engine bay space when suspension components restrict the ability to utilize exhaust port or manifold placement and hood clearance limit the capabilities above the engine. Modern electric fan technology allows for an ideal turbo placement between the fan and front of the engine to minimize up-pipe length and contain down-pipes within a tight envelope, while also providing airflow for components to assist in reducing overall engine bay temperatures. Front engine turbo mounting also provides proper elevation to promote appropriate oil drainage and the opportunity to easily access components for maintenance and diagnosis.
Price to include proven prototype vehicle delivered and license to patent# D886866 with 10% of wholesale royalty of units built to this front-twin configuration.
Prototype vehicle consists of a 2017 Chevrolet Colorado Z71 with approximately 60k miles. 50k while providing boost with an initial test run cross-country to debut at SEMA 2017.