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Old 02-01-2006, 12:03 AM   #1
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Here are my thoughts and the thoughts of many others:

http://www.turbomustangs.com/smf/index.php?topic=55371
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I brought this up a while ago. Search button brings up a couple other results.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...=twin+charging
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there are a few twin charged cars running.....you would need to have the SC boost for the low end, then dump it when the turbo spools
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there are a few twin charged cars running.....you would need to have the SC boost for the low end, then dump it when the turbo spools
the stock wastegate should be able to do that.
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Discussed several times. Try a search.

My 93 was actually very close at one time to being a Bville testbed for this with ADTR. He had the hardware worked out, I had the boost control worked out.

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Discussed several times. Try a search.
He did, so well that he dug this up:

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...hlight=#522707

I locked it and PM'd him start a new post, and so he did!
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I brought this up a while ago. Search button brings up a couple other results.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...=twin+charging
That'* not a discussion, just a bunch of bantering.

I just thought some of you might like to read the discussion from the Mustang forum. I have the whole thing sorted out. The engine is ready to go in the car. I am using a front SLP header and a mirror image I made of it for the rear header. The crossover pipe is a modded SLP pipe. I'm using a T4/62-1 (1.00A/R turbine) turbo, 65# injectors, 4T80E transaxle, custom short-stack intercooler, FMIC for the turbo. I will be experimenting whether or not to bypass the sc. I will use the stock bypass valve (controlled by a custom actuator) to bypass the sc if I find it beneficial. Otherwise, I'll be truly twin charging. The only mods to the 148,000-mile stock bottom end is a set of ARP rod bolts. I also installed cometic head gaskets and ARP head studs. That'* all, nothing else. The idea is to keep it under 6000rpm, not wind it up like everyone else does. There will be no need for 7000+rpms.
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I brought this up a while ago. Search button brings up a couple other results.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...=twin+charging
That'* not a discussion, just a bunch of bantering.

I just thought some of you might like to read the discussion from the Mustang forum. I have the whole thing sorted out. The engine is ready to go in the car. I am using a front SLP header and a mirror image I made of it for the rear header. The crossover pipe is a modded SLP pipe. I'm using a T4/62-1 (1.00A/R turbine) turbo, 65# injectors, 4T80E transaxle, custom short-stack intercooler, FMIC for the turbo. I will be experimenting whether or not to bypass the sc. I will use the stock bypass valve (controlled by a custom actuator) to bypass the sc if I find it beneficial. Otherwise, I'll be truly twin charging. The only mods to the 148,000-mile stock bottom end is a set of ARP rod bolts. I also installed cometic head gaskets and ARP head studs. That'* all, nothing else. The idea is to keep it under 6000rpm, not wind it up like everyone else does. There will be no need for 7000+rpms.
take lots of pics when you do it
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