Precision CEA 5558 Turbo - Billet Compressor Wheel
Now available with K26 Turbine Housing option!
HP Rating: 590
The new CEA line of HP Technology Series turbos from Precision Turbo & Engine are here at 034Motorsport!
Taking the ground breaking technology of the Garrett GT turbos one step further, Precision has engineered these turbos from the ground up to be the most efficient, most powerful turbochargers the aftermarket has ever seen.
Rated conservatively for about 590 crank horsepower by Precision. This turbo offers more power than a GT3071R with quicker spool.
Precision CNC machined billet compressor wheel with the latest in aerodynamic technology.
Air cooled center section, no water cooling required.
1/8" NPT oil inlet, no restrictor required.
Standard T3 oil drain flange.
Available with dual ceramic ball bearing or thrust bearing center section, choose below.
Available in a myriad of compressor and turbine housing combinations, choose below.
Competition Engineered Aerodynamics (CEA): The cutting-edge technology found in Precision Turbo and Engine�s CEA turbine wheels and CEA compressor wheels is unlike anything else on the market today. PTE is committed to keeping racers well ahead of the competition by constantly innovating and engineering the most powerful turbos possible.
CEA Compressor Wheels: Precision Turbo & Engine�s exclusive line of CNC-machined, 2618-forged aluminum compressor wheels specifically designed for maximum performance. Cutting-edge technology used to provide greater efficiency and faster transient response/less turbo lag than traditional cast wheels of the same size. Known for making significantly more power without sacrificing weight or cost.
CEA Turbine Wheels: Specifically engineered to produce massive power gains over older turbine wheel designs, usage of Precision�s new CEA wheels typically results in an average increase of 30-45 horsepower over comparably-sized standard designs. Furthermore, spool-up time is improved, offering unparalleled performance.
Please Note: No oil feed restrictor is needed with ceramic ball bearing turbos. Thrust bearing turbos may require a restrictor for the oil feed depending on your engine's oil pressure.