Trask Performance Twin Cam Turbo Systems

The rush, the love of speed and power. Extra power available at the twist of the wrist is what turbo charging is all about. But if you plan to a very large increase of horsepower via a Turbo Charger, typically your engine will require new internal and additional fuel delivery requirements. Trask Performance offers and specializes in such Turbo Sysytem kits for 99 and later Dyna, 2000 and later Softail and ‘02 and later EFI baggers. Designed for the 88”, 96”, 103”, 110” and the new 120R motors, they provide a usable power boost to climb steep mountain grades, to make passing a breeze even when packed with heavy loads.

Trask Performance claims that when installed and tuned properly their kits can produce between 120 – 130 HP and 120 – 130 TQ. The systems are supplied as complete packages including a patent pending, precision billet “plenum with snap in venturi” that creates 100% unobstructed air flow, a Garrett modified GT turbo, ceramic and chrome custom designed pipes and a performance Barnett clutch spring. The easy to follow instructional CD comes with all race tuner maps needed. This system requires the use of a Thundermax Tuning System, not supplied. Trask Charger Turbo Systenms retail for $4995.00 (non intercooled) and $5490.00 (intercooled). Check out the entire line of at Trask Performance. or call 623-879-8488.

12 Responses to “Trask Performance Twin Cam Turbo Systems”

  1. 1 ray c wheeler Jun 2nd, 2012 at 11:19 am

    Clean install.

    Once you Turbo your hot rod, its hard to go back…


  2. 2 rob Jun 2nd, 2012 at 12:43 pm

    I don’t see how a post 2002 Twin cam can take that much power without beefing up the bottom end.

  3. 3 highrpm Jun 2nd, 2012 at 8:59 pm

    i thought turbos were for high rpm engines and superchargers were for strokers. why doesn’t h-d offer an h.o. supercharged model, following the lead of fomoco with their high performance mustangs?

  4. 4 Cyclereckr Jun 3rd, 2012 at 7:11 am

    HEAT, HEAT, man .My 103 is already a nut roaster ! !

  5. 5 SIG FREED Jun 3rd, 2012 at 10:34 am

    A turbo on a boulevard cruiser makes as much sense as a rocket-pack on a donkey. On the other hand, on a bagger it makes a lot of sense – imagine passing a vis-a-vis BMWobbleyou, on the Autobahn, on Uncle-Sam’s hottest charged bona fide bagger… SWEEEEEEET..!

  6. 6 richard Jun 3rd, 2012 at 1:10 pm

    Rob is right! Not to mention the increased load on the pistons, pin, and rings. Cramming more air and fuel will result in higher cylinder temps and pressures. Over time. that transfers into more wear, less durability and even risks “breaking stuff”. I would worry about the risk of “scuff wear” (adhesive wear). If your willing to live with the consequences, I guess it’s an OK approach to more power…

  7. 7 Ernie L Jun 3rd, 2012 at 6:35 pm

    I believe this is the stated in the above article
    “typically your engine will require new internal and additional fuel delivery requirements”
    not a bolt on for sure

  8. 8 Greybeard Jun 4th, 2012 at 7:35 am

    Oh yeah.

    Now THERE’S a chassis/suspension combo that’s desperately in need of massive HP.

  9. 9 a 1 cycles Jun 4th, 2012 at 8:06 am

    have used nicks systems before..they are top notch, fit well, and perform beyond stated numbers..the only go to guy for a complete kit..the beauty of harley is you can take the kit off when you sell your bike and bolt it on the next one..cheers to trask turbo systems

  10. 10 Toby Jun 4th, 2012 at 10:23 am

    Turbos are cool (pun intended) for those that like them, but for the cost you could swap out for a custom built 126 or 145. Reliable with a warranty.

  11. 11 Smokenjoe Jun 4th, 2012 at 1:00 pm

    I dont understand why he mounts his turbos with the exhaust tube right were the riders leg is. Wouldnt it make more sense to spin it, and have the exhaust tube facing toward the front of the bike in the wind?

  12. 12 Bigalyts Jun 4th, 2012 at 8:42 pm

    After Cooled is a must have option. I don’t even understand why they offer it as a upgrade. Once you go Turbo, you don’ever look back. Look ahead and up the Octane forget 91 you must use the 93. If they can Turbo Charge and Super Charge Marine Motors with Open Cooling then why noy be able to add 50 HP to a 103 Cu In a V-Twin Motor that Revs to 6 G’s. Easy to do and easy to make it last.

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