HP Turbo Heat Shield

Turbo Heatshield

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1800°F

982°C

CONTINUOUS

2200°F

1204°C

Intermittent

FEATURES:

  • Capable of reducing up to 50% of under hood heat

  • Reduces turbo lag, lowers under hood temperatures

  • Does not conduct heat to “cold side” like all metal turbo shields

  • fits both flange and v-band turbines

  • Made in the USA

Part No Description
300003 T3 v-band in and out turbines
300004 T4 v-band in and out turbines
300005 T4 Mid Frame v-band in and out turbines
300006 T6 v-band in and out turbines
300008 T2 Turbos
300010 88-02 Dodge Cummins
300013 03-07 Dodge Cummins
300014 07-14 Dodge Cummins
300020 02-14 WRX/STI Small T2

The original turbo heat shield that has spawned a complete line of turbo heat bags and attempted knock offs from around the world. Since imitation is the highest form of flattery, we are very flattered! Our HP Turbo Shield™ is a custom-fit turbo heat wrap bag using extreme temperature technology and performance to keep the heat in the hot side of the turbo where it belongs. Retaining heat helps to reduce turbo lag and chatter, and can even increase boost (in some applications) while protecting other engine components.

Capable of withstanding 1,800 degrees F continuous, our turbo heat shields are designed for street performance to the most hardcore racing applications. The custom-fit design means you do not have to trim or fit the heatshield blanket to fit your turbo housings, making installation a snap. Includes stainless steel springs to secure HP Turbo Shield™ to the anchoring hooks.

Turbo Shield Installation Tips:

  • Wrap around turbo, and use included stainless steel springs on anchor hooks
  • Use a pair of needle nose pliers to help your stretch springs to hooks

SDS | Specification Sheet | Brochure


Insulation type: Insulator, retains heat

Base material: silica and fiberglass

Color: Chrome/aluminum

This turbo shield is smoking after it is installed, will it catch on fire?

No, smoking is normal. the material used are noncombustible and the smoke you see are binder burning off from the textiles used, this is completely normal. The smoking will stop after a short period of time. It can last as little as a few minutes to a few days, it depends on how hot your turbo gets.


I have seen a video from another company using a torch on the outside of a similar shield and It burns, will this happen to mine?

No it will not. Clearly the other company does not understand where heat is supposed to go on a turbo heat shield. The hot side of all of our turbo shields feature the safe and exclusive Inferno Mat™ that is none combustible and withstands temperatures of 2000F. The video is strictly a marketing gimmick to get you to buy their product.


Where are your custom turbo shields made?

We make all our products right here in the USA.

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