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Old 04-15-2005, 10:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have been hearing about a black m3 with 2 AA Twin Turbo stage 3. Is this possible? He said it was a 9 sec. car in a 1/4 mile. Supposedly it is the fastest car in town most cars around here are 10 sec. Is this possible of having 2 AA twin turbos??
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Old 04-15-2005, 10:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
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anything is possible with enough money.. I've seen a car with a turbo and supercharger on it haha.. it was a m3 too.
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2 twin turbos = quad turbo... lamborghini diablo VTTT.

I believe that you can do a twin turbo, and still be good (a small and a larger one). If the one turbo is too large, it will have horrible lag, but if you have a smaller one spooled up to push the engine to spool the large one then you are good.
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2 twin turbos = quad turbo... lamborghini diablo VTTT.

I believe that you can do a twin turbo, and still be good (a small and a larger one). If the one turbo is too large, it will have horrible lag, but if you have a smaller one spooled up to push the engine to spool the large one then you are good.
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Yes, what you are talking about is called sequencial turbo's. If set-up correctly you can make tremendous horsepower with this setup. The only problem is that it is very expensive and VERY hard to get right. You need to get the smaller turbo to open its wastegate right as the larger one is coming to full boost. Other wise you run the chance of overspooling the smaller one and having unwanter HP jumps.
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As long as the turbos fit in the bay, you can stick on as many as you want.
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