11-16 Duramax 64MM ProMax Drop In Turbo

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  • Regular price $1,889.10


$400 Core is required  we will invoice you after you order for the refundable core charge.

The LML Promax is basically your stock turbocharger on steroids. Built specifically for the 2011-2016 LML Duramax, this turbo is perfect for the 400-625rwhp market looking for better EGT control with a much broader power and torque band to work with. This turbocharger is a direct replacement to the stock unit, with no other changes to the truck required. Improved air flow from our 63.5mm 7-blade billet compressor wheel along with a high flow 10-blade turbine wheel for better drive pressure control without sacrificing spool-up makes this the ultimate bolt-in upgrade.

Built transmsision, CP4 upgrades and a lift pump will help reach it's maximum potential. 

Our popular ProMax and ProRam line-up of modified stock turbochargers are getting an upgrade! After extensive testing on the bench, the street and on the dyno, we are happy to announce we are upgrading to a true performer with an all-new 63.5mm 7-blade Forged Mill Wheel. This wheel design offers better durability than standard billet wheels, along with a broader power and torque curve to make your daily driving and towing tasks even easier.

 

 

  • Forged Mill Wheels offer better strength than standard billet wheels
  • 7-blade design for broader, flatter power/torque curve
  • Better spool-up and response for better smoke control
  • Cooler EGT’s throughout the RPM range
  • Available Compressor Flow Map, does the competitions wheel offer that?
  • Proven performance for your daily driver

 

 

To go along with this all new FMW compressor wheel, our ProMax turbochargers also offer high flow 10-blade turbine wheels to reduce exhaust back pressure and EGT’s under load without affecting drivability. With 360-degree thrust bearings standard and a full one-year warranty, your truck will never be so happy to make boost again.

 


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