What turbo is that? If there are compressor and turbine flow maps for it, I can tell you if it is big enough and what to expect. Given it has twin scroll bearings, it isn't going to spool up like a ball bearing turbo and you will need to feed it sufficient oil volume. Oiling the bearings off the motor like is done on new kits likely won't be enough volume to suspend the bearing. If not, it will scar and burn up the bearings. A twin pipe turbo is an unnecessary complexity and it won't likely give you more power in the end. Pipe pressure matters for tuning, and you will likely have differing pipe pressures, leading to more fuel demand for the higher flow cylinder. If you cannot sufficiently control fuel distribution, you may end up frying pistons. I have written in depth explanations on turbocharging on snowest. Look for those posts if you have interest. In the end, good luck with your build.Got the new twin scroll stu stu war boy in strait from J A pan... #jdmaf ??? Not really but... it's as close to an aerocharger as I can go. Should spool well hope it's not lame on the top end. With two slp pipes feeding it I'd think not but no matter how many numbers one crunches there is only one way to verify and that IS in the REAL world...
Beyond that. Looking for a set of 2 or 4 of these nolegy wires(pic 5).. and moving into this winter with any luck I will be starting a rag tag rental fleet. This sled will be on the list if it all "goes". Won't be cheep though cause it's diet of vp110 only is firm
Also tempting on becoming a dealer for brisk racing plugs and a few other companies. Pm dm whatever. (Plug wires with ground straps in pic 5, can't cannibalize the old trippple now that vintage racing is getting a welcomed comeback) and where brisk style plugs far outshine conventional.
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