Precision Turbo & Engine CO2 66mm Wastegate

Precision Turbo & Engine CO2 66mm Wastegate

The Precision Turbo & Engine CO2 66mm wastegate was designed specifically for drag racing applications with high CO2 pressures. By eliminating the diaphragm, the wastegate is able to perform flawlessly with CO2 pressures up to 200PSI. Direct replacement for a current 66mm wastegate. precisionturbo.net

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