HP Turbo Heat Shield

Turbo Heatshield

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  • Capable of reducing up to 60% of under hood heat

  • Reduces turbo lag, lowers under hood temperatures

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

  • Custom fit, installs in minutes

  • Custom shields available, will require housing to make prototype

  • Made in the USA

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HP Turbo Shield™ is a custom-fit turbo heat wrap bag using cutting edge 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™ with 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

MSDS | Specification Sheet | Brochure

Insulation type: Insulator, retains heat

Base material: silica, ceramic, and fiberglass

Color: Chrome/aluminum

Q. My turbo shield is smoking after it is installed, will it catch on fire?

A. No, smoking is normal. the material used are non combustible 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.

Q. I have installed my turbo shield, but i still can't touch my turbo is it not working?

A. Yes the shield is functioning just fine. The shield reduces the amount of radiant heat, but it can't always knock the temperature down to where it is safe to the touch. For example, say your turbo is running at 1000°F, and you were able to knock the temperature down to 500°F, you certainly wouldn't put your hand in an oven at 500°F, so please don't touch the turbo shield either!

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