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The GTX250 turbocharger is designed to deliver 250HP. Supporting over 27 pounds per minute of airflow, this turbocharger is the ultimate stock replacement.


Building on the already race-proven foundation of the GTX14, the GTX250 features a redesigned, extended tip, billet CNC machined compressor wheel. Other turbochargers on the market utilize a cast compressor wheel of similar size, but lack the extended tip and blade design we can achieve by using a CNC made wheel. This means they flow less overall volume at the same wheel speed (200,000+RPM) than our extended tip does. Extended tip compressor wheels are rated at average more than 10 % better flow vs. the standard wheels of identical inlet diameter. Additionally, cast wheels can have air pockets that weaken the blades vs. our billet wheel being made of a solid piece of aluminum, which is far more durable.


After upgrading the compressor wheel, we upgraded the turbine wheel. This has been the major hold up in creating more power from a stock frame turbocharger, and it's finally an obstacle that has been overcome.


A direct swap with your factory unit, this turbocharger can be installed quickly and without expensive custom piping.


Larger injectors are required with this turbocharger.


Kit includes:


1 GTX250 Turbocharger
-BRAND NEW OEM GM Turbocharger Core
-GTX250 Extended Tip Billet Compressor Wheel Installed
-Larger Turbine Wheel
-Laser Balanced to 230,000RPM


Options include:
-Ported and polished
-Ceramic Coating of the turbine (incl. exhaust manifold) side in multiple color options
-Powder Coating of the compressor housing in multiple color options


With this turbo, every bolt-on BNR sells, BNR tuning, and 93 octane we were able to lay down 266HP 304TQ on our in house dynocom dyno. :eek:


Get yours here- BNR GTX250 1.4T Turbocharger Kit




 

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Pretty cool. A question, how does the transmission hold up with that much of an increase in power?
 

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Jerry,

What would the best sequence of adding options be if one needed to space out expenses?

1. tune
2. injectors
3. turbo
4. etc.

or do you have a better suggestion?
 

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Pretty cool. A question, how does the transmission hold up with that much of an increase in power?
We've tested the auto on a GTX14 with a 30 shot of nitrous, and it went down the 1/4 mile over 250 times on that setup, over 2 years. And it's still going strong. I don't think the auto will be a problem at all.
 

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Jerry,

What would the best sequence of adding options be if one needed to space out expenses?

1. tune
2. injectors
3. turbo
4. etc.

or do you have a better suggestion?

You need the tune and injectors to run the turbo. Other than that, exhaust mods are where I'd start.
 

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