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im sure neither of you have ever actually put on a turbo yourselves, let alone build your own custom turbo setup.

if a car has 1 header outlet, which both the supra i6 and rx7 rotary have, you're going to get the best all around results by just matching up the inlet and outlet housing of one turbo with the width/slightly smaller than the width of the exhaust piping. otherwise, you will get lag through the revs until you hit the powerband at which time you will have too much boost which will lead to damage in the top half of the motor or on the turbo.

both cars come from the factory with 2 small turbos so they're both easy to spool at low rpm, if you remove both stock turbos and replace them with one slightly bigger turbo that matches up with the exhaust outlet, you get less backpressure and in turn less low end torque, more midrange torque, less pressure pre-intake manifold, less turbo wear, better fuel economy, and more horsepower.

you obviously know nothing about what you're talking about when it comes to tuning a car. again.

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im sure neither of you have ever actually put on a turbo yourselves, let alone build your own custom turbo setup.

if a car has 1 header outlet, which both the supra i6 and rx7 rotary have, you're going to get the best all around results by just matching up the inlet and outlet housing of one turbo with the width/slightly smaller than the width of the exhaust piping. otherwise, you will get lag through the revs until you hit the powerband and which time you will have too much boost which will lead to damage in the top half of the motor or on the turbo.

both cars come from the factory with 2 small turbos so they're both easy to spool at low rpm, if you remove both stock turbos and replace them with one slightly bigger turbo that matches up with the exhaust outlet, you get less backpressure and in turn less low end torque, more midrange torque, less pressure pre-intake manifold, less turbo wear, better fuel economy, and more horsepower.

you obviously know nothing about what you're talking about when it comes to tuning a car. again.

sorry, but I quoted the wrong post.

but hey, at least model is building a 14 grand mitsubishi eclipse with 420 hp at the wheels, right?

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Model    864

im sure neither of you have ever actually put on a turbo yourselves, let alone build your own custom turbo setup.

if a car has 1 header outlet, which both the supra i6 and rx7 rotary have, you're going to get the best all around results by just matching up the inlet and outlet housing of one turbo with the width/slightly smaller than the width of the exhaust piping. otherwise, you will get lag through the revs until you hit the powerband and which time you will have too much boost which will lead to damage in the top half of the motor or on the turbo.

both cars come from the factory with 2 small turbos so they're both easy to spool at low rpm, if you remove both stock turbos and replace them with one slightly bigger turbo that matches up with the exhaust outlet, you get less backpressure and in turn less low end torque, more midrange torque, less pressure pre-intake manifold, less turbo wear, better fuel economy, and more horsepower.

you obviously know nothing about what you're talking about when it comes to tuning a car. again.

sorry, but I quoted the wrong post.

but hey, at least model is building a 14 grand mitsubishi eclipse with 420 hp at the wheels, right?

Hmm.

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