Above: Surbo5 in air pipe of Honda Oddysey RB3.
The Surbo5, a larger version of the original Surbo, was designed for larger engines, which come with big diameter air intakes. It was designed to be worked by the same throttle back pressure, but allows more air through due to a bigger cross section. The 5 stands for 5 fins, instead of the original's 4.
The Surbo5 has been fitted to the following cars:
Audi 2009 S5 4.2 V8
BMW X6 3.0 twin turbo, 2010 Z4 2.5 and 325, 2008 730, 525 and 523, 2006 630, 650.
Honda Oddysey 2.4 2016, Accord 2008 2.4, 2.0, Oddysey RB3 2.4, Civic Type R 2.0.
Hyundai 2008 Santa Fe 2.7 V6
Jaguar XF 3.0
Kia Sorento 2.2 turbodiesel
Lexus 2008 RX 350.
Mercedes 1992 300 SEL, 300 SL.
Nissan Navara 2.5 turbodiesel, Cefiro 2.3 V6
Renault Latitude 2.0 Cdi
Toyota Mark X 2.5
The cost of the Surbo5 including installation and lifetime warranty is 120 Singapore dollars. We aim to equip buses, trucks and yachts with Surbo5. Please contact us for a try.
FAQ: What's the difference between the Surbo and Surbo5? Which one fits my car?
Ans: The Surbo fits cars with 2.5" pipes up to 2.4 litres, such as the Toyota Camry, and even the 2.7 litre Toyota Fortuner. Some cars are designed with pipes 3 inches or above in diameter even though they are around 2 litres, such as 2 litre Hondas, which are expected to rev higher than other cars due to VTEC technology, and as such, the Surbo5 is fitted. For a Type R Civic manual 2.0, both the Surbo and Surbo5 were fitted and compared. According to the racer owner, the difference was that the Surbo was more sensitive, but the Surbo5 would offer greater potential due to a larger cross-sectional area.
Above: video of Volvo XC90 T8 with Surbo, sprinting to 130 kph.
Above: video of Volvo XC90 T8 with Surbo, sprinting to 211 kph.
Above: video of Volvo XC90 T8 with Surbo, sprinting to 224 kph.