Haltech, a provider of engine management systems, chose to show off its newest product in a novel way. So it bought a V-12 engine from V12LS.com and equipped it with four turbochargers! This engine was originally developed by Haltech as a naturally aspirated unit to be shown on a running engine stand at events around the United States.
It had a crank power of a little over 700 hp at the time. Nexus R5 vehicle control unit's launch prompted the corporation to go all-out. As a result, it requested that Garrett deliver four GT3582R turbochargers to be installed on the block, one for each of the three cylinders.
The business created a custom piping system to guarantee that the engine would pass through doors, which it did.
It now has a seven-pound boost and sounds like something out of a horror film. The engine hasn't been tested with the turbos yet, according to Haltech. However, given that the 592 cubic-inch engine produced 700 horsepower before forced induction, we now have high hopes.