my friends car! we still believe its the first of its kind in the world!!! pulls about 340HP@Wheels..using 2 TDO4L turbos...has run a best of 12.9 quarter mile at low boost settings!!!
Sorry i couldn't get a better detailed picture......enjoy anyways....
Is there really ANY advantage of running two small turbo's on a 4 cylinder?
You can find used smallish turbos cheap at junkyards. You could get four or five for the price of a nice new 'large' turbo. Some people probably score free ones from friends who upgrade. If you can do your own fab work, the extra complexity and construction might not be a big issue.
And you would get more points entering a show/competition. And you'de probably **** a bunch of **** retentative people off. For some people that might count for a lot. As for the many disadvantages... well you guys already got those covered.
Sequential turbos set ups sux. On MK4s there is a huge power drop in the transition between the turbos and its overly complex. Reason most Supras go singles is because of the cost compared to a parallel twin set up. Parallel HKS GT twins Cost .
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i still dont get the point of twins on the motor, i guess for show purposes it makes sense...but its not practical, u can get single turbo setups that spool just as good, easier to maintain and setup and push out more power than that setup..well, to each their own
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