Precision TurboPrecision Turbo and Engine's newest release, a K26 flange turbine housing, is designed to give Euro enthusiasts more options when selecting a turbocharger..

The new K26 flange turbine housing from Precision is available for any turbocharger in the current CEA® line that is equipped with a 58mm, 62mm, or 66mm turbine wheel. Additionally, to ensure optimum performance, the CEA® wheels are specifically designed for higher efficiency and faster transient response.

With a turbine A/R of .82, this new housing is a great fit for those who were not able to previously find an appropriately flanged turbocharger and are looking to get the most power out of their vehicle.

Precision's K26 turbine housing is available on the following turbochargers:

Turbo: 5558 CEA®
HP Rating: 590

Turbo: 5858 CEA®
HP Rating: 620

Turbo: 5862 CEA®
HP Rating: 640

Turbo: 6262 CEA®
HP Rating: 705

Turbo: 6266 CEA®
HP Rating: 735

Turbo: 6466 CEA®
HP Rating: 900

Turbo: 6766 CEA®
HP Rating: 935

Precision Turbo & Engine is committed to offering a robust product line consisting of replacement and upgrade turbochargers for all types of applications, including those from other manufacturers. For more information regarding PTE's K26 turbine housing-equipped turbochargers, specifications, sizing or for purchasing information, please contact Precision Turbo and Engine directly.

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