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Old 06-07-2013, 01:18 PM   #1
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Twin turbo

Does anybody know how to create one?
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As in piece your own kit together?
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Old 06-07-2013, 01:52 PM   #3
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I feel the little money you sve building you're own wont be worth the hassle of fitment issues and fabrication and hoping you got everything correct.
But here's a link to give you a general idea of how to build your own http://www.junkyardturbos.com/
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If you happen to see a twin turbo already built for the 4.0 let me know!
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Why go twin turbo with smaller turbos instead of getting a bigger one? Like mentioned previously, the powerhouse turbo put out some great numbers IMO
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If you want twins, get a smaller one and a bigger one, the smaller one spools up a lot faster and the bigger one is where you build up the real power. This makes it so you have power through the entire powerband.
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Old 06-09-2013, 01:17 AM   #8
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Great idea! How much cash am I looking at for this project?
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A lot!

Probably to much if you have to ask.
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I have no limit I'm a kid I don't have to pay bills
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I have no limit I'm a kid I don't have to pay bills
Lol if you have no limit than just buy a 13' gt500 and you don't have to worry about modding!
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Well I don't want to pay the monthly insurance for that.
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Your looking around 6-7k to piece your kit together and have someone fab it for you. Probably more since I don't think you'll be doing much work at all since you have shown almost no knowledge/experience with this at all.
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Lol if you have no limit than just buy a 13' gt500 and you don't have to worry about modding!
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