Turbosocks

TurboSocks.com – We offer one-of-a-kind parts for Neon Srt-4s, RD and GK series Tiburons . We also offer a good selection of DIY and Universal performance parts. We offer a wide variety of Intercoolers, Aluminum piping, Silicone couplers, T-bolt clamps, Turbochargers, Fuel Injectors and more. These parts would be helpful for the DIY builders. We will continue to offer more car specific parts on the future. We offer high quality parts at affordable prices and also provide all the technical support needed to out customers.

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4 weeks ago

Turbosocks Performance

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Thanks for being so patient everyone! First round of them starts going out on Wednesday morning. Should have the group buy fulfilled by Monday! There are going to be 11 left at regular price but those who missed out on the GB can get 10% off still 😎 TAXSALE18

Yessssssssssss

Sweet! 😁

Nice can't wait.

Can't wait

👀👀

We have about half of them printed and shipped. More going tomorrow!

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4 weeks ago

Turbosocks Performance

There’s been quite a bit of discussion on catch cans lately. Namely the mishimoto vs. the Radium can.

I decided to pick up one of each today for some comparison break downs and snap some pics.

First off, both cans offer a pretty compact design with a nice black finish.

One benefit right off the bat on the radium is an oil dipstick.

One drawback right off the bat, the radium doesn’t come with any fittings and the bracket isn’t clock-able.

Let’s get into capacity. BOTH cans can hold roughly 150ml of ‘gunk’.

The radium is ~4.5” tall not including dipstick.

The mishimoto is ~3 7/8” tall.

Both are 2.5” diameter.

The mishimoto is more compact and has the same capacity due to the compact design of the top portion.

The Radium allows much bigger -10AN fittings for higher flow capacity but most lines are 3/8 (-6 AN) so this isn’t a benefit in Hyundai/Kia stock PCV/breather systems.

The filtration/baffling systems are similar. The Radium uses a compression stainless mesh for the fine filtration and a full diameter baffle with more surface area (more holes) than the Mishimoto. This will help with condensation of blow by.

The Mishimoto has bigger holes (less surface area) in the full diameter baffle but has a 50 micron (much smaller than the steel mesh) filter on the outlet as well as deflectors to help keep the gunk in the can and let only clean air pass through.

The looks:

Both look great. The Radium has a smoother finish where as the Mishimoto is a bit textured.

The looks is really up to the customer but I say the Radium has an edge here in sleekness but then loses with the fact you need a fitting on the can AND a line fitting, even for push lock hoses.

My verdict without further testing is they both offer very similar baffling/filtration, both can use o-ring seal fittings (or you can use tapered only on Mishimoto) Both have virtually same capacity.

Price not considered, the Radium has a slight edge in overall design, refinement and ‘feel’.

Considering the price difference, however, the mishimoto has a little edge.

Our Mishimoto kits are priced at 155$ shipped MSRP.

The Radium kit will be priced at 205$ shipped due to the higher cost of the can and need for extra fittings.

Hope this helps some people who may have been confused between the two or just have never seen the insides of either!

Happy tuning!
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There’s been quite a bit of discussion on catch cans lately. Namely the mishimoto vs. the Radium can. 

I decided to pick up one of each today for some comparison break downs and snap some pics. 

First off, both cans offer a pretty compact design with a nice black finish. 

One benefit right off the bat on the radium is an oil dipstick. 

One drawback right off the bat, the radium doesn’t come with any fittings and the bracket isn’t clock-able. 

Let’s get into capacity. BOTH cans can hold roughly 150ml of ‘gunk’. 

The radium is ~4.5” tall not including dipstick. 

The mishimoto is ~3 7/8” tall. 

Both are 2.5” diameter. 

The mishimoto is more compact and has the same capacity due to the compact design of the top portion. 

The Radium allows much bigger -10AN fittings for higher flow capacity but most lines are 3/8 (-6 AN) so this isn’t a benefit in  Hyundai/Kia stock PCV/breather systems. 

The filtration/baffling systems are similar. The Radium uses a compression stainless mesh for the fine filtration and a full diameter baffle with more surface area (more holes) than the Mishimoto. This will help with condensation of blow by. 

The Mishimoto has bigger holes (less surface area) in the full diameter baffle but has a 50 micron (much smaller than the steel mesh) filter on the outlet as well as deflectors to help keep the gunk in the can and let only clean air pass through. 

The looks:

Both look great. The Radium has a smoother finish where as the Mishimoto is a bit textured. 

The looks is really up to the customer but I say the Radium has an edge here in sleekness but then loses with the fact you need a fitting on the can AND a line fitting, even for push lock hoses. 

My verdict without further testing is they both offer very similar baffling/filtration, both can use o-ring seal fittings (or you can use tapered only on Mishimoto) Both have virtually same capacity.  

Price not considered, the Radium has a slight edge in overall design, refinement and ‘feel’. 

Considering the price difference, however, the mishimoto has a little edge. 

Our Mishimoto kits are priced at 155$ shipped MSRP. 

The Radium kit will be priced at 205$ shipped due to the higher cost of the can and need for extra fittings. 

Hope this helps some people who may have been confused between the two or just have never seen the insides of either!

Happy tuning!

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Radium Engineering is American made. Awesome customer service too. I had as much of their stuff on my Cobra that I could, including the dual catch cans. Really quality stuff.

Thank you sir!!

Eric Gvg Gulley the velo needs one of these

I had one installed collected nothing, couple different mechanics I know said the engine just may be fine without, took it off no worse for wear.

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1 month ago

Turbosocks Performance

Little late night testing with the new toy.....

Got some kinks to work out but should have shirts available very soon!

No stinkin’ heat transfer
No stinkin’ peely, cracking screen printing

Actually dyed fabric!

You will have your choice of color for the outline of the car as well!
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Little late night testing with the new toy.....

Got some kinks to work out but should have shirts available very soon!

No stinkin’ heat transfer 
No stinkin’ peely, cracking screen printing

Actually dyed fabric!

You will have your choice of color for the outline of the car as well!

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Awesome! Love the turbo snail 🐌

Hey so what's the deal with my intercooler, man?

Yay Can't wait

Love it!

Gonna be working on some Apparel soon..... T-shirt’s, hats and maybe more.

Coming up with some designs for a ~4”x5” patch in the front.

Which one do you like more?

Left

Or

Right
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Gonna be working on some Apparel soon..... T-shirt’s, hats and maybe more. 

Coming up with some designs for a ~4”x5” patch in the front. 

Which one do you like more?

Left 

Or 

Right

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Shirts will be printed front and back. Back will have about 8x12 area with something special that each customer can choose. 🤔

Left

Left

Left

Left

My wife and I say the one on the left.

Definitely the left one

Left...

Can you do these in decals?

Left, it is!!

Left imo

First 5 people that commented Left are going to get Free shirts on the first run 🙂 Charles Scott (and wife if she wants) Alex Herrera Brent White Nick Warner Normand

left

Left

👈🏻

Left

If you make shirts, maybe put the main graphic on the back, and a small turbosocks logo on the breast. I think that layout is classier but not many manufacturers make them like that much anymore.

Left

Left.

Left

Left, and count me in for a shirt and decal when they're done!

What version on AutoCAD are you using?

Left bro

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2 months ago

Turbosocks Performance

Just playing with some possible ideas on a affordable, custom splitter kit for the VT.

Also, toying around with the idea for diffuser extensions on the stock diffuser..

Opinions welcome! Pardon the fact that none of it is rendered.. Just started messing with it..

Also, don't forget about our sales going on right now!

COLLARS - 20% off rigid collars!!
HKSBOV - 25% off HKS BOV!
OCC10 - 10% off Oil Catch Can Kits!
TAXSALE18 -10% off everything in the store!!
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Just playing with some possible ideas on a affordable, custom splitter kit for the VT. 

Also, toying around with the idea for diffuser extensions on the stock diffuser..

Opinions welcome! Pardon the fact that none of it is rendered.. Just started messing with it..

Also, dont forget about our sales going on right now!

COLLARS - 20% off rigid collars!!
HKSBOV - 25% off HKS BOV!
OCC10 -   10% off Oil Catch Can Kits!
TAXSALE18 -10% off everything in the store!!

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Would love to see what you come up with!

I like it. Available in carbon fiber???

Looking cool to me

Veloster Turbo model
What are we doing with this? Who knows.. maybe some modeling? but for what?
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2 months ago

Turbosocks Performance

One Week Only!! 02-16-18 thru 02-25-18!

We have our HKS BOVs on sale for 25$ off!

Code is HKSBOV

If you have been meaning to get a BOV for a cold pipe, stock location, FMIC, Now is the time!!

This is the lowest price you will find a guaranteed AUTHENTIC HKS BOV, anywhere on the net!

The HKS SQV is one of the absolute BEST BOVs on the market and has been for the past 2 decades or more!

We also sell the unique sound inserts for the BOV if interested! These inserts take about 2 minutes to swap over and will give the BOV different unique sounds! Our personal favorite is the purple insert.

Tech tip: if you don't like the high pitched sound of the HKS but love the awesomeness of the valve, simply remove the insert all together!
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One Week Only!! 02-16-18 thru 02-25-18!

We have our HKS BOVs on sale for 25$ off!

Code is HKSBOV

If you have been meaning to get a BOV for a cold pipe, stock location, FMIC, Now is the time!! 

This is the lowest price you will find a guaranteed AUTHENTIC HKS BOV, anywhere on the net!

The HKS SQV is one of the absolute BEST BOVs on the market and has been for the past 2 decades or more! 

We also sell the unique sound inserts for the BOV if interested! These inserts take about 2 minutes to swap over and will give the BOV different unique sounds! Our personal favorite is the purple insert.

Tech tip: if you dont like the high pitched sound of the HKS but love the awesomeness of the valve, simply remove the insert all together!

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Salamander Sal if you wanted to upgrade the one on that cold pipe

How much for just the cold pipe with hks flange?

How much for the cold pipe, Bov, and plate?