Hardcore performance requires a hardcore turbocharger, and the Garrett GTX turbos deliver the boost you need to reach your goals! From high-performance street applications to competition builds, GTX turbochargers are based around the legendary GT turbos, but modernized with latest tech bearings and compressor wheel aero. From the small-framed GTX2860R Gen II and the mid-sized GTX3582R Gen II, to the massive, 1000-plus horsepower GTX5008R and 2500-horsepower GTX5533R Gen II, the GTX-Series turbochargers offer proven garrett durability and reliability with airflow rates to give you the performance edge. Are you ready to step up to GTX?
Garrett raised its own benchmark GT-Series turbos to the next level with the GTX-Series turbochargers. Equipped with ceramic ball-bearing cartridges, forged, fully CNC-machined billet aluminum compressor wheels and Inconel turbine wheels matched with properly sized housings offer superior aerodynamics and efficiency compared to many offerings on the market.
It’s All In The Design
Garrett engineers designed the compressor wheels using a proprietary Honeywell computer simulation technology that centers on computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis. This helped them to optimize the wheel design for maximum efficiency and mass flow for each turbocharger design, offering a wider range of output to the enthusiast. A variety of turbine housing sizes as well as open volute and divided inlet configurations are available to ideally suit each application and output target.
Garrett GTX turbochargers feature all the refinements you would expect of a Garrett turbocharger. All GTX Gen II turbochargers can upgrade systems already equipped with the older GTX Gen I and GT turbochargers. Since the Gen II compressor housings have been redesigned to complement the new aerodynamics of the Gen II compressor wheels, they are not backwards compatible with GTX Gen I turbochargers. The Gen II compressor housings come fully machined, including inlets, outlets and ported shrouds. A turbine speed sensor port is also machined into the housing to accept an optional Honeywell Garrett speed sensor.