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A couple of days ago me and a co-worker we bored and started talking about what we want to do with our cars, he's got a GTO 5.7 and was talking about putting a small turbo and a large turbo together that way he can use the small turbo for the low rpms and the big turbo for the higher rpms. This is the first time I ever heard of someone doing something like this has anyone heard of this before or is this just a crazy idea.
 

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yeah, they are called sequential turbos, and its used exactly what he said they were for. small for the low end rpms and big for the higher rpms.

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yeah, they are called sequential turbos, and its used exactly what he said they were for. small for the low end rpms and big for the higher rpms.

-Joe
how much do you think that would cost to do that to a V6?
 

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For the trouble, you might as well just do parallel twins.
 

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Exactly. The set up is different than a set up for a regular TT set up. Although it would be interesting to see on a V6 you can make power in easier and cheaper ways.
 
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