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Well ladies and gentleman the all new ETS Pro68 is here! This kit is "replacing" the old Pro1900 kit although I'm still calling it the Pro1900 :)

I'm a little late with this thread since we delivered the test car for this kit over two months ago but… better late than never I always say. I don't really feel bad about being too busy making cars fast to announce all the cars we make fast but sometimes I wonder if I should hire someone to do this stuff for me.

Anywho, Ever since we did the old Pro1900 with Precision turbos on Spachman's car a couple years ago we have been in search of a slightly better option. While the older style Pro1900 is a good kit it did leave a little bit to be desired in spool/power combination in my opinion. Also while the fit was as good as it could be the new stuff simply fits so much nicer. This had nothing to do with the ETS kit itself but rather just the limitations of what turbos that could be fit inside the frame rails without doing modifications. The whole goal of the kit was to avoid modifications to the chassis while still making insane power!

A lot of the bigger kits by some of the other companies do require some frame "adjusting" to make them fit without rubbing. While that isn't a huge deal we most certainly would like to avoid it if possible.

Thanks to the guys over at Tial/Xona we now have some options to keep the package nice and small while not only maintaining the current power ratings… but rather increasing them. We did some back to back testing with the guys at ETS to nail down just what the right combination was. As most of you know just swapping turbos on a GT-R for back to back testing isn't the most fun thing in the world but sometimes it's just necessary.

The final result is what I consider the baddest ass 2000hp turbo kit you can buy! Yes! I said 2000hp! We tested this kit in the absolute middle of the summer, through a full exhaust and made a crazy 1931awhp @ 52psi! In nice air the kit would easily make 2k hp! That however is only half of it. If you look at the spool compared to the older Pro1900 it absolutely destroys it. I also have included a graph of this kit vs. a Pro1700 for those of you interested.

If you are looking for the ultimate in spool/power over 1700hp, I personally feel this kit is second to none! We can help you spec it specifically for your build to ensure you are getting the perfect combination and in most cases we have ETS parts on the shelf ready to ship! Give us a call or email me so we can help consult you on your build anytime!

Keep a look out for the thread about the car we did final testing on with this kit… TSM billet block monster that we delivered a couple months ago!

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This looks familiar!!! I have to say that in the real world the drop in torque under 5K RPM was not noticeable at all while the extra 250 whp DEFINITELY was!!! Pretty crazy to say that 2000 whp can fit in the factory location, and TSM makes the car drive like a dream!!! Its a shame that I live in Rhode Island and "good air weather" seems to only last for two weeks!
 

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Well ladies and gentleman the all new ETS Pro68 is here! This kit is "replacing" the old Pro1900 kit although I'm still calling it the Pro1900 :)

I'm a little late with this thread since we delivered the test car for this kit over two months ago but… better late than never I always say. I don't really feel bad about being too busy making cars fast to announce all the cars we make fast but sometimes I wonder if I should hire someone to do this stuff for me.

Anywho, Ever since we did the old Pro1900 with Precision turbos on Spachman's car a couple years ago we have been in search of a slightly better option. While the older style Pro1900 is a good kit it did leave a little bit to be desired in spool/power combination in my opinion. Also while the fit was as good as it could be the new stuff simply fits so much nicer. This had nothing to do with the ETS kit itself but rather just the limitations of what turbos that could be fit inside the frame rails without doing modifications. The whole goal of the kit was to avoid modifications to the chassis while still making insane power!

A lot of the bigger kits by some of the other companies do require some frame "adjusting" to make them fit without rubbing. While that isn't a huge deal we most certainly would like to avoid it if possible.

Thanks to the guys over at Tial/Xona we now have some options to keep the package nice and small while not only maintaining the current power ratings… but rather increasing them. We did some back to back testing with the guys at ETS to nail down just what the right combination was. As most of you know just swapping turbos on a GT-R for back to back testing isn't the most fun thing in the world but sometimes it's just necessary.

The final result is what I consider the baddest ass 2000hp turbo kit you can buy! Yes! I said 2000hp! We tested this kit in the absolute middle of the summer, through a full exhaust and made a crazy 1931awhp @ 52psi! In nice air the kit would easily make 2k hp! That however is only half of it. If you look at the spool compared to the older Pro1900 it absolutely destroys it. I also have included a graph of this kit vs. a Pro1700 for those of you interested.

If you are looking for the ultimate in spool/power over 1700hp, I personally feel this kit is second to none! We can help you spec it specifically for your build to ensure you are getting the perfect combination and in most cases we have ETS parts on the shelf ready to ship! Give us a call or email me so we can help consult you on your build anytime!

Keep a look out for the thread about the car we did final testing on with this kit… TSM billet block monster that we delivered a couple months ago!

WhatsApp%20Image%202019-10-21%20at%2018.

Pro1700vsXonaPro68_zpsw7uvfjxd.jpeg
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