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New Hi Perf Engine..Twin turbo HA! Try one per cylinder!

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Old 06-07-2004, 10:51 AM
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I came across that site about a week ago, sure have some nice cars on there.
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Old 06-07-2004, 11:23 AM
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8 Turbos? why? once you have pressure you have pressure.

If he's worried about turbo-lag get a blower....or two.
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Looks like parallel to me... sorta.

He'd be better off with each little turbo mounted as close to an exhaust valve as possible...
I think that's the answer. Have one turbo connected to each of the eight exhaust posts ( 4 on each side ) so each cylinder drives a turbo and then a "reverse header" to collect the exhaust back into a dual set-up and out the back it goes! I did some math and it might work if you have a really high compression ratio to pump enough air into these beasts and why not add a computer controlled waste gate too! Hey if you have the time, money and an idea why not go for it! As dumb as this sounds it would be fun to try to make it fly. Maybe use flexible tubing first to experiment with and save on stanless till the end.
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