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Re: Image comments for 2003 Mustang Cobra 1,[email protected] 26lbs, twin turbo, turbo 400, 55k miles. -Dallas Tx
Posted by: Mrkim
Date: 08/01/2017 04:56AM
You always want the turbos located as close to the exhaust manny as possible to minimize any loss of exhaust velocity, which equates to later spool up of the turbos. What troubled me from the pics was seein a single intake pipe comin from one side of the engine bay. The intake pipes on a twin turbo need to mirror each other as closely as is possible which didn seem to be happenin here thumbs up

Here's an example of a wicked Nelson Racing Engines TT BB Chevy [www.nelsonracingengines.com]# Note how the turbos mirror each others location and are intended for the compressor outlets to make a gradual 180 degree transition to their signature "Anteater Intake". That is how it's done right rock on

Ooops, seems the link dudn work as I'd intended and they have also blocked me from copyin a pic off their site directly ... fargin bastidges!

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