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Old 12-22-2011, 10:45 AM   #1
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Twin screw supercharger pro charger or single/twin turbo?

I have a 2005 mustang gt with mods bbk headers intake throttle body bassani pipes few other mods including cosmetic carbon hood chin spoiler and trunk no rear spoiler but I'm torn between aspirations any opinions? Thanks
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Twin screw supercharger pro charger or single/twin turbo?

It depends on what you want it to do.

Twin screw charger will give you a lot of boost almost from idle and up. Good for quarter miles in other words lol

A single small/medium turbo will give you a balanced street car that is drivable and economical but with a bit more grunt up top.

Twin turbo's if large enough, will give you significant lag down low, but a large amount of boost up higher revs, due to fuel economy issues it is more suited to track use in my opinion.
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you can get more HP from a Procharger than a twin screw SC , get even more from a Turbo set up , going thru this myself for my Mach 1 Powered Cobra , Im going TT , using 2 50mm Garrets, got forged internals in motor , turbos are harder on a engine especially a stock 1, keep that in mind when deciding
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