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Twin Turbo Supra vs. My WS6

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    Well, that's it Boys, bust out your turbo's, we're going to the track to figure out who's full of it. is this thread about supra's or turbo talk? We can sit here and speculate to turbos all day cause all the setups are so different (as I understand it). How many TT supra's were made anyway? who runs into the very often? respectable imports like that are rare as hell in this area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEARSM View Post
    A medium sized turbo is a 63-70mm turbo. If you knew what a stock twin turbo dyno graph looks like you would understand that you have the initial curve when the 1st turbo comes online, then you see a dip in power while the 2nd turbo spools up. Once it spools the the curve goes up again. On a single turbo or dyno graph there is no "dip" in power therefore the power comes on more linear.
    It has nothing to do about defending anything. Its about having a clue about the Supra. Obvious I know ALOT more about them than you do.
    So let me get this right. Here is how it works:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesman View Post
    So let me get this right. Here is how it works:

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    Not really. How about using real dyno sheets vice drawings that you made at home...how pathetic is that to try and prove a point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEARSM View Post
    Not really. How about using real dyno sheets vice drawings that you made at home...how pathetic is that to try and prove a point.
    Funny how you take everything so seriously.

    Its an exaggeration, just to show the differences in the powerbands between one huge turbo and the stock twin turbos.

    Obviously its not to be taken as an accurate dyno sheet, are you serious??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesman View Post
    Funny how you take everything so seriously.

    Its an exaggeration, just to show the differences in the powerbands between one huge turbo and the stock twin turbos.

    Obviously its not to be taken as an accurate dyno sheet, are you serious??
    If thats the case why bother putting the RPM scale on the bottom? There are plenty of aftermarket turbos that spool quicker than the stock twins and make alot more power. All single turbos arent laggy like you try to make them out to be. Take you seriously? Not likely. Just trying to get the facts out, not over exaggerations or misinformation from people who really dont have a clue what they are talking about.

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