Company must be run by Aussies.
That's interesting.Here is a slightly more detalied article about what this company does. I remember reading about this a couple years ago.
I was thinking the same thing.Interestingly.. they aren't using bearing cages-- I wonder how the bearings stay in place?
The bearing housing would have to be grooved (Which if you click the Browser Warning link above, you can see in the bearing pictures that they are). Which eliminates side friction, also allowing there to be minimal contact and less friction on the top and bottom of the bearings. Makes perfect sense to me.I was thinking the same thing.
YOUR MY HERO!hahaha you guys are all funny!
They have their target market covered. Re-read the page. They aim their turbos at skyline owners. Not sure how many of them you guys have over in the US, but here in Australia, they're everywhere. All performance shops are 'specialists'. Majority of Skyline owners are happy to throw money at their cars, so to me it looks like it's about targeting your market ....
They've been around for a while, with products displayed at shows, etc. Basically, they build turbos to your requirements. I'm also sure that they are out reach for your average punter wanting to make 200hp by fitting a T3 to an F2....... :lol::lol:
Don't take this personally, but instead of having a sook about not being able to find maps for a turbo that you're never going to buy, stick to local products. The prices that you guys can get good quality turbos for versus what they go for over here is crazy. So why would you even look abroad??
The infiltration of China turbos? pah, if you can't tell the difference between that and a garret for example, then you shouldn't be playing with them