Borg Warner EFR Turbos now available at Whifbitz

The Borg Warner EFR turbo range are now available here at Garage Whifbitz. The turbos are available in many different sizes ranging from 375bhp up to 1000bhp depending on what you require. Our popular single turbo kits for the Skyline RB25/6 and Supra 2JZ GTE are now available with them as part of the kit. Please see our online shop for prices here

The EFR line of turbos was born out of an internal BorgWarner Turbo Systems program labeled Advanced Aftermarket Products or AAP. The program was engineered by a cross-functional team that began with the proverbial clean-sheet of paper. No legacy products, no preconceived notions of what a turbo could or could not have; no restrictions. The aerodynamics for the product line were selected using a range of optimized combinations that would give users turbo solutions anywhere between 250 and 1000 horsepower capability per turbo. Next, a list of every notable design characteristic for an engine boosting device was tabled. Specific interest was given to new ideas that had never been formed in metal or had never been combined into an aftermarket turbo.

The result is the new EFR (Engineered for Racing) line of turbos from BorgWarner. These turbos contain a bevy of key attributes such as Gamma Ti turbine wheels, dual ceramic ball bearing cartridges and investment cast stainless steel turbine housings. Collectively, those features help give the EFR line its innovative appeal and will provide a breakthrough experience in durability, device responsiveness and installer/user satisfaction. Seven different sized turbos, optimally matched for the 250 – 1000hp per turbo segment – and four different turbine housings. The EFR series covers all applications except the hardcore drag racers.

‘EFR Turbos Gained Reputation for Performance, Durability & Dependability at IndyCar & Le Mans’!

Throughout the 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series race season, EFR turbochargers accumulated over 212,000 miles during practice, test, qualifying and race events without incident. In the FIA World Endurance Championship Series, LMP2 class cars boosted by EFR turbochargers won first in their class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans (2,298 miles), the 12 Hours of Sebring (1,180 miles), and the Petit Le Mans (1,000 miles) without a single incident.


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