How Does Twin Turbo Work?

Answer Turbochargers are used to shove more air into the engine than it would able to ingest on its own. Twin turbo setups are most often used to provide the power increase of forced induction without dra... Read More »

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How much boost does the 6 psi twin turbo equal?

A 6 psi twin turbo means the whole turbocharging system is transmitting 6 psi of boost. Psi stands for pounds per square inch and is a measure of the force your turbo is putting into the intake. Bo... Read More »

Single Rear-Mounted Turbo Vs. Front-Mounted Twin Turbo?

Whether or not forced induction (via a single or multiple turbochargers) will add power is beyond dispute at this point; decades of testing and domination in racing have proven that much. The prima... Read More »

Twin Turbo V6 Vs. V8?

That old adage about there being no replacement for displacement is beginning to look more time-worn than time-tested. Twin turbo V6's are making serious inroads into the performance community, com... Read More »

How to Install Twin Turbo?

Turbochargers are a type of forced-induction intake system that make use of impellers to compress air and force it into the combustion chamber of the engine. A twin turbocharger system makes use of... Read More »