Turbo Header Critique

Turbo Header Critique

I went by DNE Motorsports to visit our friend Dave Ebbert, and saw a twin turbo big block project on his engine stand that had our exhaust parts .  We do not always get a chance to see the final product, so this was a treat. The engine is a 540 cid big block Chevy with a pair of T4 88 mm Precision turbos built for a Pro-Street Truck

Not Just For Turbos!

Not Just For Turbos!

You are likely familiar with the Burns Stainless double slip merge collectors used in many top-notched racing turbo-exhausts. But did you know that the double slip concept is also an excellent choice for many naturally aspirated applications, particularly street cars and other fuel injected applications. The purpose of the double-slip collector is to minimize exhaust leakage, while allowing for a slip-on collector. A slip-on collector is often times preferred over a weld-on collector for ease...


Everything You Need to Know About Turbo Headers

High exhaust gas temperatures, high exhaust pressure, cramped engine compartments and the complexity of turbocharged applications pose extreme challenges for exhaust headers. In an attempt to overcome these challenges, many header builders have resorted to using thick gauged tubing and pipe to fabricate exhaust manifolds. Though this may be ok in a street application, it is not acceptable practice for a serious race application due to the high weight penalty. The good news is that durable, li...