|Dimensions||24 × 18 × 18 in|
BNR 525, BNR 600
BNR Upgraded Turbocharger for 2015+ Ecoboost Mustangs
PD NOTES: The BNR 600 is hands down the highest flowing bolt on turbo for the Ecoboost mustang, and is going to be a great option for anyone that’s looking for a turbo upgrade. The bnr 500 is going to go head to head with the current king of drop-in’s the NX2
I’ve tested the BNR 600 on two different cars now. One is none other than my good friend Jon Irizarry’s 2016 Ecoboost mustang. You might remember this car from a few years ago as it made 430whp using the stock turbo on the same built engine. This was done using an AUX fuel kit with e85. His clutch is also still stock which is why I limited his peak tq back. The turbo in this dyno hits 20psi at 3600pm. I could easily dial up 600wtq at 4000rpm if i felt the clutch could hold it. This dyno was done using around 40psi and we made 609whp/600wtq.
The BNR 525 is designed to be bolton replacement and fall in line with NX2 and other existing bolton turbo charger upgrades. This turbo is good for up to around 525 WHP on a built motor with the appropriate fueling upgrades when you max it out. This turbo will pair great with a stock engine car.
The BNR 600 is designed to be the highest flowing drop in turbo on the market. This turbo has been proven to exceed 600whp with the appropriate modifications/fueling. The dynograph posted of the bnr 600 is on a car with a built motor/full e85. The test vehicle had a stock clutch in it at the time which had me limit the tq back in the lower rpm region. With a proper clutch this turbo can start producing 600wtq around 4000rpm.
The turbos will come with oil/coolant lines. They will also reuse your current downpipe/hotside intercooler piping. You will need to source your own coupler to mate with your intake. The inlet on the BNR turbos is 3.5″.
$1,699.00 – $1,850.00