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This is a discussion on Twin Screw within the Camaro / SS forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Originally Posted by torkmonsta http://www.whipplesuperchargers.com/...sp?ProdID=1230 On that part of the page it lists LS1/LS2/LS6 i was all set to tell ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by torkmonsta View Post
    http://www.whipplesuperchargers.com/...sp?ProdID=1230

    On that part of the page it lists LS1/LS2/LS6
    i was all set to tell you about the sts remote mount turbo but after seeing that if you did do thatit would be freaking nasty and sound freaking nasty but if you dont id go with the sts i beleive but im not sure they got like 470 to 500 rwhp with 5-6 psi. dont quote me on that but i think thats what i heard

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    If he wanted a turbo, he would have said it, obviously he wants mind blowing torque and a huge power band, tell me a turbo has that

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    turbos make great torque

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    not compared to a roots set up, and turbos don't kick in till 3,000rpm, and besides, the more boost you want, the higher the rpm has to be to reach full boost. a roots will put you at almost full boost at around 1,500 rpm

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    also it was around 7-8 psi, it takes a higher psi because of the location and the amount of tubing.

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    oh iwasnt saying anything bad about superchargers i just like turbos but yeah if he gets that roots set up it would be amazing.

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    The KB has better clearance than the whipple. But a ball bearing turbo will spool up around 2500 with the LS Gun.

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    not to shoot turbos down or anything, but in order to run more boost, you change around what rpm a turbo will kick in, turbos are great for race applications where you are keeping the engine revs high and the turbo spooled up.

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    a big down side for the sts kit is the location (all the way in the back of the car), if you were to fab your own kit and located the turbo right after the y-pipe, you would gain around 2-3psi on the kit, and possibly less turbo lag do to less exhaust tubing in front of the turbo

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