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BMW/SUPRA B58 TURBO HEAT SHIELD

BMW/SUPRA B58 TURBO HEAT SHIELD

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Block Radiating heat the turbo/manifold produces from hitting your air intake/engine bay. 

Fits all Stock and Hybrid turbos (Daw, Pure, Vtt, and more)

Includes wire retaining clip for downstream Oxygen sensor

100% Designed and made in Oregon, USA 🦅

Bottom mount full frame fitment not confirmed*

Fits gen1 and Gen2 6 port B58 

Bmw/Supra

Turbo Guidelines

Turbocharger Guidelines

Always change oil based on how you driven the car in X amount of miles & not solely on miles alone.

Few Popular Choices
Minimum Oil
Group 4 Oil 30w or 40w
Motul xcess, 8100
Liqui Moly synthoil,

Best
Group 5
Highest quality oils are Ester base Group 5 Oils
Amsoil signature series
Redline High performance
Motul Sport

No cheap dealership oils or 20w oils

Absolutely no Oem/Ots tunes on our turbos or risk damage @ your expense.

No Oem air box or panel filters over 21psi on any of our turbos regardless of what you heard "you risk damage to the turbo @ your expense."

If you have the Mst air box replace the filter with this one "much better option"PR-CC-194-VS-90-BK-KIT

Dinan is another good choice

At some point you will need a proper exhaust especially if running hard often & usually around 28-29psi on the BMW & much sooner on the Supra (24psi)

Dinan 3.25" mid-section for F series is perfect for most but for guys on built engines etc a 3.5" is the absolute perfect exhaust nothing larger tbh, the end of the dp should always match the Dia of the exhaust so 3.5" Exhaust should have the dp end opened to 3.5" or it's pointless.

Proper maintenance prior to turbo install & other high performance mods are essential to overall success of your build.

Proper warm up & cool down is essential to keeping your turbocharger healthy.

Nearly all Turbo issues can be avoided by the end user. NOTE: Please don't touch the compressor wheel "don't move the wheel from side to side" all you're doing is causing an issue. There will always be side to side play (Radial play) until oil pressure is present.

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