id like to know where you found a twin turbo for 5k first but second, it depends on what you wanna do with the car, a twin turbo isnts usually needed unless your gonna turn it into a full drag car, usually one turbo is enough.
The reality is some feel big power is worth waiting for, others know timing is everything.how much torque do you really need at 2,000 rpms I have seen some Turbo system making some monster torque at low RPM's.
Boost lag is like saying Ladies first
Amen, brother......The reality is some feel big power is worth waiting for, others know timing is everything.
It is more in the linearity of the torque curve that suits a daily driver best. Twin screw does that best. That is why AMG used IHI twin screws in their 32s and 55s; to simulate the feel of a big block. Boost lag is a reality in turbos and big Prochargers. Impressive at the straight track launch and great until top speed is reached by the Si97 chassis and gearing. If one wanted to be king of the highway, then one should've bought a Supra. A twin screw is king of the daily drivers because of the torque delivery. That is why FRPP chose Whipple for its Super packs. I believe a Whipple HO 4.6 S197 does pretty good against its expensive GT 500 cousin in all around performance with a tuned suspension and power to weight ratio (3450 lbs vs. 3920 lbs, respectively) for $30K less.
A supercharger puts more stress on the crank due to the inherent harmonic vibration but turbos are tougher to cool.Which is harder on internals,the tubo or the SC?
What do mean? I can change my boost level any time. When I'm driving around town I have no boost at all.a turbo is going to be your best application because you can just turn the boost down for street driving, where with an S/C you cant.