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ZZP LTG Big Wheel Turbo

Turbo Parts & Kits - ZZP LTG Big Wheel Turbo
Turbo Parts & Kits - ZZP LTG Big Wheel Turbo
Turbo Parts & Kits - ZZP LTG Big Wheel Turbo

This is a replacement turbo with a larger compressor wheel that will drop in place of your OEM turbo. No physical modifications needed.  

The factory turbocharger found in LTG powered vehicles is manufactured by Mitsubishi with a 46mm x 58mm compressor wheel.  This means that the inlet of the wheel has a 46mm diameter, and where the air exits the wheel into the compressor housing, the wheel diameter is 58mm.  The factory turbo does a great job of responding quickly and efficiently for a daily driver car running in the 275 to 325 horsepower range.  However, many people are looking to get more power out of their 2 liter ATS, Camaro, CTS, Regal, or Malibu. 

If our ZFR line of bolt on turbos don’t match your budget or power goals, we now offer factory turbochargers that have been modified with our larger billet compressor wheel.  

The new wheel measures 50mm at the inducer and 64mm at the exducer diameter.  Adding more diameter to the exducer changes the characteristics of the wheel in a way that adds efficiency at higher boost levels.  This makes our Big Wheel turbo for the LTG an excellent choice for people looking to run over 20psi boost pressures.  On our 2014 manual trans Cadillac ATS sedan, we have actually surpassed 360 horsepower to the wheels with our Big Wheel Turbo. Of course this is with all of our LTG bolt on modifications that we sell, and running on E85.

Does not come with PCV inlet tube, bypass valve assembly, or wastegate actuator. Those items will have to be swapped over from your stock turbo.

This is a brand new OEM turbo machined for the larger wheel, and no core charge is required. 

Supply is limited.

Turbo Parts & Kits - ZZP LTG Big Wheel Turbo
Turbo Parts & Kits - ZZP LTG Big Wheel Turbo
Turbo Parts & Kits - ZZP LTG Big Wheel Turbo
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BV
06/01/2021
Bigaev V.
Russia Russia
Bigwheelturbo

I recommend to buy if you want to achieve a power increase a little more than a factory turbine, it works well and stably, the quality is good

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RM
04/15/2021
Ryan M.
United States United States
Great deal!

I needed a new turbo and this was too good of a deal not to get!

RR
12/14/2020
Richard R.
United States United States
Big Wheel Turbo/ZZP tuned CPU

Sorry to say, that with Xmas shopping and other interuptions, I have not had time to install the turbo yet, However, I did finally get your CPU installed and it is Due to Xmas rush, have not been able to install the big wheel Due to Xmas turmoil, have not had time to install big wheel turbo yet, but did finally get your turned CPU installed, and it is Great!! Looking forward to installing the turbo next week, and expect a BLAST!! More to follow!!

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CD
03/18/2020
Chris D.
United States United States
Great support!

My experience on every product I've purchased from ZZP has been great. Tyler Vogt is an absolute pleasure to talk to for support and explanations on any question or problem I've ever had. If support and customer service is key to ZZP and the longevity of the company, he is definitely a person to stand behind to represent your product for your company

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GA
02/29/2020
G A.
United States United States
No Brainer

18 Camaro LTG - Installed with my driveway ramps with basic tools in about 4 hours total work time. 90 percent of the work was with swivel head ratchet 10, 12, and 13mm and a hose release tool from autozone. Punched up my tune files to accommodate the new found power. I do my own tuning work. My comparison numbers are amazing so far. But the response and drive-ability is where this baby shines. The compressor is larger by 5mm yes, and billet is denser, but these wheels can be machined down to more precise forms that makes an advantage over the factory cast wheel and see weight savings at the same time. I will drop a hint here, find the pressure ratio across the throttle plate table and put 20 to 40 kpa in there and this thing responds like a V-8. Seriously zero lag and amazing low end throttle response. So for the numbers. Its not quite track season yet so I don't have times to gloat over. I am expecting solid 12 percent gains after SAE corrections on the dyno, but that's still 30hp and 40torque or maybe better in the hottest low pressure air we see here in summer in N.E. For now, enjoying 1200 feet below sea level DA, crisp dry air, (remember static?) the car is pulling an amazing 400 ft lbs of tq and 380 hp peak on 93 and spinning all the way through 2nd.