PurePower Technologies (PPT) has announced the release of 23 new light-duty turbo part numbers for aftermarket applications.
The company first launched its line of light-duty turbos in March 2019. Since then, PPT’s focus has been on expanding its product offering.
As explained in its statement, the new products launched by PPT offers additional coverage high-volume makes and models. Besides offering power, reliability and efficiency, the products are designed to meet or exceed OE specifications.
The current product lineup includes 30 turbo part numbers. This also includes the latest application—2007-2012 Dodge 6.7L. PPT will be releasing 2013-2018 Dodge 6.7L turbos in April. Two more releases have been planned this year to add to the light-duty turbo portfolio.
PPT states in a release that each turbo is subjected to thorough testing as a full assembly. This ensures that the products conform to the rigorous standards of the automotive quality system while also delivering the required performance and efficiency.
“These high-precision diesel turbochargers continue our long-term growth strategy of offering only the highest quality turbos to the aftermarket, leveraging our OE heritage and best-in-class remanufacturing processes,” said Greg Butler, Managing Director, PurePower Technologies. “We are excited to offer an expanded product line of new and remanufactured turbos that are positioned to be the optimal choice for the customer’s diesel engine investment.”