Standard Motor Products: No-Core Turbochargers

Standard Motor Products Adds 16 No-Core Turbochargers

The turbos, developed for gasoline and diesel applications, provide coverage for nearly 4 million VIO in North America.

Standard Motor Products (SMP) announced it has expanded its turbocharger line with the addition of 16 new no-core turbochargers, all focused on domestic truck applications.

The 16 turbochargers, developed for both gasoline and diesel applications, provide product-line coverage for nearly 4 million vehicles in operation (VIO) in North America. 

“As the use of turbochargers continues to increase in domestic and import OEM vehicle applications, the Standard line of turbochargers is also increasing to ensure our customers have the broadest coverage available,” said John Herc, vice president of marketing for the engine management division of Standard Motor Products. “Not only do our turbochargers go through rigorous testing processes, Standard also offers associated, necessary components others do not, such as gasket kits.” 

The 100%-new, no-core, never-remanufactured Standard turbocharger line now includes 80 part numbers providing total coverage of more than 14 million VIO in North America. All turbochargers undergo a wide range of testing to ensure the products deliver superior performance and long service life, including end-of-line testing with full RPM range, hot-gas stand validation, burst-testing validation and on-vehicle performance testing, according to the company.  

The no-core turbocharger offering from Standard ensures distributors have no core deposits, no core collections, no core returns and no core inspections. The Standard product line also includes a number of ancillary turbocharger components, including gasket kits, oil-feed lines, oil-drain tubes, bypass valves, intercoolers, actuators, boost solenoids, boost sensors and speed sensors, coupled with an “unrivaled” drop-ship program, according to the company.

For more information on the Standard turbocharger line, visit StandardTurbos.com.

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