BorgWarner expands AirWerks series with new super core

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BorgWarner has launched its most powerful S300 aftermarket super core to date – the S300SX-E 72mm super core. Delivering 100ps more than its 69mm model, the new super core maintains the same compact size and ultra-fast response time.

The powerful super core features the S300SX-E series’ premium enhancements for improved durability and aerodynamics, including a 360° thrust bearing, integrated speed sensor port and pre-machined boost port.

As with all of BorgWarner’s assemblies, the 72mm model fits into multiple turbine housing options, enabling application from road-racing street cars to heavy-duty diesel trucks.

“We are excited to release this significant addition to our fastest growing segment of turbocharger performance products for our aftermarket customers,” said Michael Boe, VP and general manager, global aftermarket, BorgWarner Turbo Systems. “We saw tremendous success with the launch of the AirWerks S300SX-E 69 mm super core assembly, which was then our most powerful model.”

Recognizing demand for a more powerful super core, BorgWarner leveraged its in-house expertise to create the S300SX-E 72mm super core assembly. The company used CFD software to develop the technology and test that it achieved desired performance targets before physically producing the part.

The CFD software is also used to create turbochargers for the original equipment industry, and BorgWarner produces the AirWerks S300SX-E series assemblies in the same facility and on the same manufacturing lines as its OE products.

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