Introducing performance out of a package you never thought possible! This clean sheet product is tailored to meet the demands of hard core racing enthusiasts while providing industry leading power capability in a small package.

Based in Condell Park GCG Turbochargers is one of Australia’s longest established turbocharger supply and repair companies. Serving the Performance, Marine, Automotive and Transport Industries Since 1979 our technicians have the industry training and years of experience backed by the latest test equipment and facilities.

At GCG Turbos, we don’t just sponsor cars, we support our Team GCG Turbos Ambassadors. To be a Team GCG Turbos Ambassador, you must be able to show that you can consistently promote GCG Turbos in a positive light, to a large and relevant market.

Borg Warner EFR Turbocharger overview at SEMA 2016

Borg Warner's Application Engineer, Seth Temple, runs us through the feature packed Borg Warner EFR Turbochargers, and explains why they are the ultimate turbocharger for low RPM response, with no sacrifice in top end horsepower!

Presented by Motive DVD

Garrett's GEN II GTX Turbochargers Revealed at SEMA 2016

Garrett Australia talks us through the benefits of the new GTX GEN II range of Turbochargers! Plus, Ken Block tells us why he has decided to twin turbocharge his AWD Ford Mustang!

Presented by Motive DVD

Infiniti Preparing The World's First Variable Compressor Engine for 2018

The ability to vary an engine’s compression ratio has been a “holy grail” quest of engine engineers for decades, because “one size” of compression ratio cannot possibly fit all the operating conditions required of a typical internal combustion-powered vehicle. Saab tried hinging the upper half of the engine in 2000, various other inventors have envisioned racks and pinions to vary the piston position relative to stroke, Lotus suggested a movable piston in the cylinder head to vary the clearance volume, and much more recently FEV demonstrated an eccentric piston-pin that provided two distinct connecting rod lengths (and hence compression ratios) while an outfit called Lugo Developments showed a crazy cammed-crankshaft concept.

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