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Hmmmm. Compound boost to reach over 800rwhp must reach a boost level of 38psi. Twin 57mm Turbo must reach22or 24psi. To me thats not very effective.
turn the turbos up over 16 psi and see what happens. in the mm&ff 27 psi at the turbos made 1,188 rwhp an 1,015 tq. no twin turbo set up has made numbers like that that i have seen. marks single 88mm turbo mad 999.7 rwhp at 33 psi. and the motor did not last long.
You need to read up on compound boost... thats why they use both.. for less strain on the internals...
Please explain. Turbo's use free hp.. Superchargers use HP.. And what about the fact the compound boosting you need more boost to make the same HP as with just turbo's. It is true that it works, but for the fact that its better than turbo's... I'm not so sure. The higher the boost the more strain on the internals
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