Please welcome TurboBrake.com as our newest sponsor!
TurboBrake, Inc. carries the torch of Western Diesel Systems, one of the original innovators in the diesel performance business.
When Western Diesel ceased operations a few years back, TurboBrake, Inc. acquired the rights to produce and distribute their best selling electronic exhaust brake for the Ford 7.3L Power Stroke, the TurboBrake.
Renovated and retooled, the new and improved TurboBrake Model T4 and Model T2 remain the #1 electronic exhaust brakes for the Ford 7.3L Power Stroke diesel engine. Reduced retail pricing and FREE domestic delivery have increased the distance between the TurboBrake and pretenders.
Both TurboBrake models make use of the existing warm-up valve engineered into the turbocharger housing of the 7.3L Power Stroke diesel engine to create a very effective exhaust brake. The Model T2 uses simple circuitry to achieve reliable results. It closes the valve when a pre-programmed set of logic conditions have been met. The Model T4 is a printed circuit board design using Logic System Technology, which allows the addition of a user selectable dual-mode torque-converter lock and a dual-mode idle controller. The TurboBrakes were designed to be installed by the home mechanic.
The TurboBrake is available at TurboBrake.com, along with a select variety of fine products to assist the diesel-powered pickup to go faster and to slow faster. Custom chip programming is still available to increase fuel economy and performance as well.
Pay us a visit and see why a recent online poll voted TurboBrake.com the “Most User Friendly Website” in the category Performance Parts and Accessories.
Thanks TurboBrake.com for supporting this great site! Let's hope the members here can return the support with some new business for ya!
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