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Old 08-14-2012, 02:10 PM   #1
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which heats up faster?

so i've been looking into it, and apparently, a twin turbo setup would heat up alot faster than a s/c. is this true?
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Depends on what kind of sc you're talking about, twin screw will heat up very hot very quickly, as does the turbo, so long as they're spooled, centri produces least heat
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Re: which heats up faster?

What does it matter? Both, if done right, have intercoolers.
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So, If done right I won't have to worry about the heat causing wiring problems?
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So, If done right I won't have to worry about the heat causing wiring problems?
Key words, if done right. Really I would worry more about heat soak and overheating than messing up wiring. As long as you're not laying wiring on hot components ( I'm talking a few hundred degrees, 300 plus) it would be fine anyways
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Is there anything I can do to he wires to make them more eat resistant?
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Re: which heats up faster?

All you're worrying about is wiring? Superchargers don't make anymore heat than the engine block. Turbos, especially twins, result in more exhaust routing in the engine bay that you have to worry about, but neither should pose a real threat unless the pipe bender/welder is retarded. Just route it away from the exhaust areas and put loom on it. Wiring is rather resilient.
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Okay
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I'm setting up my car now and I didn't want something as stupid as extra heat ruin the project ;p
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