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Old 12-23-2015, 05:14 PM   #1
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Well sold my single kit and today my twin turbo kit showed up! Ready to get this one rolling and see how it fits and runs. Never put the single on got talked into twins so we shall see how it works here next week!


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Thats awesome! Next week? The big daily is finanly here? Cant wait for the results

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Me either! This has been forever in the making! Went with smaller twins so should spool a lot faster. But we will see! I'll try and post pics as we install it and of course a Dyno! Building my new engine as we go so hopefully I will have it done by summer!


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Sounds awesome, pics when done please.


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Will post pics as it progresses in the install!


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Old 01-03-2016, 07:22 PM   #6
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Would love to see the fitment


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I know the single kits fit great and the power came on early and strong because those 67/70mm turbos they have is about perfect for the 4.6L. Very interested to see how the twins do. I'll be over here with my Paxton and a blown motor watching lol.
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It all showed up today 373 gears and five other boxes but the most important part to it all is at least a week out! The damn k-frame and a arms!


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It all showed up today 373 gears and five other boxes but the most important part to it all is at least a week out! The damn k-frame and a arms! Called upr they are waiting for the control arms to be powder coated so Iam another week behind


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Single would have been better in all honesty. Twins are nice eye candy. But then again not my car


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Depends on the size of turbo the twins will have less lag. And have a good range of power. The single will kick in later but could pull you through the high rpm without a problem


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Depends on the size of turbo the twins will have less lag. And have a good range of power. The single will kick in later but could pull you through the high rpm without a problem


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Not necessarily true.
There is so much more to a turbo setup then you think.

A properly setup Single is the way to go for a fast car.


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Properly setup single will spool just as fast as twins.
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I know quite a bit about turbos swing as I have worked on skylines boosted mustangs and various other boosted cars. I'm just saying that twins are more than just eye candy


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I know quite a bit about turbos swing as I have worked on skylines boosted mustangs and various other boosted cars. I'm just saying that twins are more than just eye candy


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By working on I mean building. 435 hp awd dsm with meth injection. 700+ new edge with nitrous and meth injection. I know my way around forces induction


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The man the does the v8s here has been building turbo cars for years he has run singles and Twins he hasn't said one thing bad about a twin or single just simply said to me twins in my case will be the better path. I have twin 30's I should have full boost around 2800 rpm. The singles we have put on and I've watched him time make the same power just a bit lazier getting there. For 800 bucks more as apposed to a single I chose twins. Don't really care how I get to my number just as long as I get there.


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On bigger power setups twins are the way to go... Same motor same boost ( no e85 as its not that avail here) the twins spooled faster and made more power and the power under the curve was more usable... U also have to think its more then just peak hp u can have a car that peaks 80-100 more hp but the power curve isnt that usable so a car with less hp and a linear curve will romp it... Theres alot of variables that come into play but id rathar be at full boost by 2500-2800 rpms and my power be usable then a car that peaks at 4000 rpms and more hp but is fallin on its face untill it gets there... Theres formulas to determine what compressors to use per the application... Its his car and to be honest i think he made a good choice but thats without seeing all the details and goals... And then u could run a smaller one and a bigger one in series but thats a whole different setup and ball game and more uncommon nowadays ( atleast i havnt seen any like this in a long time)


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No... on legit bigger power cars like at the strip they're all big singles. Go to a track if you don't believe me. Maybe for a higher power street car but there is only so much power on the street before its not usable anymore. Legally anyway...
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On bigger power setups twins are the way to go... Same motor same boost ( no e85 as its not that avail here) the twins spooled faster and made more power and the power under the curve was more usable... U also have to think its more then just peak hp u can have a car that peaks 80-100 more hp but the power curve isnt that usable so a car with less hp and a linear curve will romp it... Theres alot of variables that come into play but id rathar be at full boost by 2500-2800 rpms and my power be usable then a car that peaks at 4000 rpms and more hp but is fallin on its face untill it gets there... Theres formulas to determine what compressors to use per the application... Its his car and to be honest i think he made a good choice but thats without seeing all the details and goals... And then u could run a smaller one and a bigger one in series but thats a whole different setup and ball game and more uncommon nowadays ( atleast i havnt seen any like this in a long time)


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With twins there is more heat so it would be more logical to go with a big single when you are going with a lot of power


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I disagree with the big singles. It all comes down to cfm and no single will out flow twins. Hands down 99% of big horse power cars are twins. Smaller faster spool up and with twins you don't have to have a ton of motor to get enough air moving to get a big single to spool. There's three cars right now at Carolina Dyno all three making 1800+ hp all of them are twins. I let the engine builder of these cars read this post today he laughed said they are crazy smaller twins will out flow (cfm) any large single. Like a 114mm single twin 88's will spoil faster and out cfm the single all day! If singles where better from a cost stand point the three cars in the shop would be sporting singles not pro mod twins. Just relaying a 25+ year racer/engine builders words


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Have YOU actually gone to a track and taken a gander at all the fastest turbo cars there? Dyno queens are one thing and for a street car I'd probably get twins myself but for a drag car... big single.

I'm not hating or anything, just going from my own IRL experience. Your car is going to be badass when done and you got a super high quality kit.

However, I've also talked to shop owners who had "been doing it for X years" and they were completely talking out of their ***. Not saying this guy is... but there are enough speed shops out there that shouldn't be touching a lawnmower.
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^ doesn't know anything about the competitive lawn racing world

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I disagree with the big singles. It all comes down to cfm and no single will out flow twins. Hands down 99% of big horse power cars are twins. Smaller faster spool up and with twins you don't have to have a ton of motor to get enough air moving to get a big single to spool. There's three cars right now at Carolina Dyno all three making 1800+ hp all of them are twins. I let the engine builder of these cars read this post today he laughed said they are crazy smaller twins will out flow (cfm) any large single. Like a 114mm single twin 88's will spoil faster and out cfm the single all day! If singles where better from a cost stand point the three cars in the shop would be sporting singles not pro mod twins. Just relaying a 25+ year racer/engine builders words


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Lol. I love people like this it's ok build your "fast car" by your standards. Then when you get demolished and you will come back and ask again. Sad sad sad.


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Ok ok bad example lol. Well... honestly not sure what would be a good example because rednecks will race anything with a motor.
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Your right it's my build and the man I get my info from has some fast *** mess from his 383 twin turbo notch back to his 2300 hp x275 car that runs 170mph in a 1/8th mile on a drag radial so yeah I do trust his word. Same reason he has people from Ohio Georgia and Florida bringing their cars to North Carolina for him to tune and make better. It's simple physics twins are better all the way around you build yours I'll build mine and let's hook up the times don't lie my friend. I have t seen a pro mod or any other fast street car here yet with a big single all are twins. But it's your money this is mine and at the end of the day I like my plan.


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Your right it's my build and the man I get my info from has some fast *** mess from his 383 twin turbo notch back to his 2300 hp x275 car that runs 170mph in a 1/8th mile on a drag radial so yeah I do trust his word. Same reason he has people from Ohio Georgia and Florida bringing their cars to North Carolina for him to tune and make better. It's simple physics twins are better all the way around you build yours I'll build mine and let's hook up the times don't lie my friend. I have t seen a pro mod or any other fast street car here yet with a big single all are twins. But it's your money this is mine and at the end of the day I like my plan.


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