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Old 08-25-2016, 05:45 PM   #1
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Ok gearheads.... This topic is not about pros and cons of twincharging however any discussion on the matter is welcome.

I have an 06 roush stage 1 from the factory however it has the full stage 2 handling package and a 2.3 whipple. Also lowered, not sure if previous owner did it or if that was an inherit part of the stage 2 but non the less here we are.

With that being said, hellion's twin turbo kit for the 07-10 gt500 would bolt right on. 😁😁😁😈😈😈. My concern now would be about fitment with my LT headers and ground clearance.

Will the oil sump and lines for the turbos now be the low point of the chassis? I already have to quarter larger speed bumps and have only scraped at speed once on a back road where I probably shouldn't have tried it anyway.

The s197 is my favorite gen of mustang but still have mad love for all models. The amount of "easy" add-ons out there for this model year, however, is like catnip. "It's made specifically for my car so it needs to be on my car". I know...... I've got the fever. Could be worse.

I've explored numerous options including nos, water/meth injection (which I will be getting especially with compound boost), cnc PI heads, hot rod cams and the list goes on.... $$$ 😢( first world problems) I just like the uniqueness on twincharging

Thoughts? Opinions? Donations? Lol. All is welcome.

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If you have the funds to spend, go for a true procharger set up. There are very few supercharged turbo cars out there. Tuning can be a pain, but that is part of the game sometimes.

The screaming under the hood is wicked.

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You won't be able to run turbos with long tube headers. The hot side piping for the turbo isn't compatible. And putting the turbo at the end of the long tubes would be inefficient

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Supercharger would be a restriction.

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^ not to mention how front heavy the car will be. Are you sure a TT kit for a Condor will fit on a 3V?
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