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Old 12-07-2004, 01:38 PM   #1
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Here is a great article on pretty much all you would want to know about turbos.

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very informative... good find
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great site. i wonder if they'd be interested in making a v6 twin turbo system
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http://www.turbochargedpower.com/Smokin'%20Deal.htm
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No telling how much that would cost. Andy could probally do it cheaper.
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he has a site, but i don't recall what it is. He builds (from what i hear, very good) turbo systems for v6 stangs.
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the pic from the underside of his kits has pipe going EVERYWHERE looks odd but its how you got to do it....
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im starting to do a little bit of research with turbos and 3.8L's for a future project (more like pipe dream), just a few observations

the 99+ 3.8L seems to be capable of handling rouhly 6-8psi without being intercooled, and 10-12psi intercooled

the reason i say 99+ is because ive seen a few guys running those numbers for a long amount of time on the 99+ 3.8L, i dont know any "definite" numbers for the pre 99

im hoping to see if i can find out if split port or single port is better for forced induction, in the turbo dodge world, guys are running 11's and 12's on stock intake manifolds, so i dont know if there would be any difference in split port vs single port in a forced induction application
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