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post #1 of 32 Old September 20th, 2007, 12:47 PM Thread Starter
 
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turbo, twin turbo, or supercharger?

I have recently come accross some extra cash. I am curious about the hellion turbo and twin turbo kits, but everyone seems to say that superchargers are better. I just want 600 hp to the wheels. My 331 dynoed at 425hp so I dont need much more to get there but it would be cool to just have that extra in your face horse power out of nowhere if i want you know?
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turbo,turbos are more adjustable than a supercharger, and when sized right you can get boost at almost any rpm. pluming a turbo flat out sucks. room under the hood and underhood heat are some problems more common with a turbo. a supercharger is an easier install, and can also make boost at lower rpms when sized right, but except for pully changes they arn't adjustable and you'll get bored quick. In general its a toss up imo.


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im gonna have to disagree I would do one big turbo like a 70mm turbo

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hell, do 76mm
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street, street/drag or strictly drag is my question???

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looks like i see a ford production block in your avatar....... dont think its going to hold 600hp.......
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Its a dart 4 bolt

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dart 4-bolt....nice call on that NBA....shit you could throw 8000hp at one of those...

street- supercharger
street/ drag- turbocharger
drag- twin turbocharger

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TURBO BABY FREE POWER
Not necissarily free power

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TURBO BABY FREE POWER
Not necissarily free power
expensive power but it worth it

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TURBO BABY FREE POWER
Not necissarily free power
expensive power but it worth it
+1....the plumbing...is mad hours of work..

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not money free hp free meaning it dosent take power to make power like supercharger does
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www.quicktimeturbosystems.com

but there is a wait on the kits. Newt is pretty busy.
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but there is a wait on the kits. Newt is pretty busy.
im pretty sure his mustang IS nasty...except the GT front bumper on an LX..but guess you need it for the turbos..

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