i would have to agree with pector, now a days it seems with the advances made in turbo systems i think using a well picked single turbo would be better than a twin turbo setup, as far as the supra twin turbos i also believe pector is right about that also. because i read online somewhere that the non-twin turbo supras where putting on a good sized single turbo and ending up being faster than the twin turboPector55 said:Let me throw this out there. I am not even remotely close to being an expert on turbos but I do belong to a Turbo forum and all those guys note that twin turbo is not the way to go. Even twin turbo Supras convert to a larger single turbo for the big power. (according to these guys)
and how many can be daily driven? Oh yeah, the 4000 hp integra has twin turbos:icon_lol: true story you can find it everywhere.You guys seem to all be picking out single builds. Go find some of the fastest I4 and V6 guys on NHRA and find me how many are running twin turbo...
I had to ask what the hell ROFL meansROFL
I definately agree with you on that one, there is far too much to move on a DD for a twin turbo setup, and a lot of piping! Twin turbo would be sweet for a bling factor but honestly, at that power level, single turbo might be less of a headache. Don't get me wrong, I still have respect for Matt's build, it just wouldn't be the route I would be taking.The GN didnt have any other upgrades to it just a twinturbo kit that runs through the factory I/C its all a matter of personal taste when it comes down to it though If you wana run twin turbo....hell yea.....single turbo...hell yea thats why i stated my opinion. to me though its not worth running Twin turbo in a DD FWd though.