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    twin turbo 408?

    Looking to do a twin turbo 408 set up... i got the 408 ready to go...now i need the rest of the puzzle... any links or information you can give me would help because right now im lost

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    The only twin turbo kit I am aware of is the Incon kit and they do not make them new anymore. You will have to buy it used or get new equipment and fab it or have someone fab it from scratch.

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    Twin turbo 408 will be 1 mean setup. I hope u have a runway at ur house. Ur gonna need it cuz that thing is gonna fly.

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    wondering why you want to go twin turbo, instead of the big single ballbearing turbo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevegrizzle View Post
    wondering why you want to go twin turbo, instead of the big single ballbearing turbo?
    you can get more power with two small turbos than 1 huge one. Like the speed inc. setup. The twin turbo is (2) 67mm turbos or (1) 88mm turbo. The 2 medium sized turbos will make a lot more power than the one huge one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99blueZ View Post
    you can get more power with two small turbos than 1 huge one. Like the speed inc. setup. The twin turbo is (2) 67mm turbos or (1) 88mm turbo. The 2 medium sized turbos will make a lot more power than the one huge one.
    what he said

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    I believe there is a guy with a vette on need2speed with a 408 twin turbo you might wanna ask him

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