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Old 12-19-2012, 08:25 PM   #1
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Does anyone know what all I would need to install two turbos in my 00' v6??
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New rear end,fuel mods and custom piping
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Rear end meaning? Tires? Or?

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I wouldn't need new tranny? Gears? Clutch? Throw out bearing?
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Twin Turbo? The only reason to get a TT is to run crazy boost. You are going to need a built motor from the bottom all the way up. Then you need a better 31 spline rear axle, if you plan on launching hard you should get a 9 inch rear diff. A new clutch is also a must have for that much power, stage 3 would be the best to get. That's just to prep it for the TT, you're going to need to get the entire kit and install all the necessary components to make it work. You also need a custom dyno tune on top of all that.

If you are going TT you are going to need extremely deep pockets.
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Twin Turbo? The only reason to get a TT is to run crazy boost. You are going to need a built motor from the bottom all the way up. Then you need a better 31 spline rear axle, if you plan on launching hard you should get a 9 inch rear diff. A new clutch is also a must have for that much power, stage 3 would be the best to get. That's just to prep it for the TT, you're going to need to get the entire kit and install all the necessary components to make it work. You also need a custom dyno tune on top of all that.

If you are going TT you are going to need extremely deep pockets.
Yeah I knew there would be a lot of stuff.. I was gonna save up. But what would be better? And cheaper? Supercharger? Or TT?
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Yeah I knew there would be a lot of stuff.. I was gonna save up. But what would be better? And cheaper? Supercharger? Or TT?
STS turbo they are rear mounted in the exhaust and u can get a twin set up for $ 3000. I think they only need 11 psi and it's pushin the
stock internals but since it's in the rear I don't think it would matter. Heres a link.
http://ststurbo.com/universal_turbo_systems
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I heard those sts turbos that mount to the exhaust in the rear have crazy turbo lag
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STS turbo they are rear mounted in the exhaust and u can get a twin set up for $ 3000. I think they only need 11 psi and it's pushin the
stock internals but since it's in the rear I don't think it would matter. Heres a link.
http://ststurbo.com/universal_turbo_systems
Thanks ill look into it
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Tmaturbo kits are the ones I would look for if I had the money and time. Im looking into a procharger
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