Garrett Aftermarket Turbos Boost Motor to Record-Breaking 5,300 Horsepower on Engine Dyno
See and hear it to believe it. Twin Honeywell Garrett GTX5544R Gen II 106MM turbochargers boost a 670-cubic-inch hemi engine to 5,300 horsepower, making it the world’s highest horsepower recorded on an engine dynamo-meter (dyno).
The turbochargers are the largest offering in the Garrett aftermarket lineup and when paired with the Moran Racing Engines’ hemi platform, it cemented a new 5,300 horsepower record at 7,500 RPM and 70 lbs/30.75 kgs of boost.
Watch the turbocharged engine roar in the video below
An engine dyno is a special measuring device used to gauge various aspects of an engine’s power and is typically installed in a special engineering or research lab.
The Moran engine is capable of reving to 9,000 RPM and they estimate the combination with the turbochargers is able to produce 6,000 horsepower.
This race engine is being shipped to a drag racing customer in Australia who expects to make its debut before the end of the year.