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Feb 23, 7:56pm - #110350 
Supercharger and Turbo

This might be a stupid question, but im bored and just decided to ask: If you have engine bay space, would you be able to put in a supercharger and then add a turbo, if not why not??


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Feb 23, 7:58pm - #110351 
Can you say blow up ur car rofl rofl rofl

I'm not sure if its possible in a 4 cylinder...but on a V6 you can

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Feb 23, 8:07pm - #110352 
i dont know, might be fun, like the matix for example, everyone says how it has so much engine bay space, then put that baby to the max...


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Feb 23, 8:08pm - #110353 
Originally Posted by qbanprepster21
i dont know, might be fun, like the matix for example, everyone says how it has so much engine bay space, then put that baby to the max...


its not a matter of room in most cars...the internals can't handle all the force thumbsdown

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Feb 23, 8:12pm - #110354 
supercharger and turbo??

is that even possible?


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Feb 23, 8:19pm - #110355 
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
supercharger and turbo??

is that even possible?

Its possible. The Lancia Delta was both turboed and supercharged. Plus, it was only 4 cylinder. thumbsup


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Feb 23, 8:21pm - #110356 
So if i get a big block v8, do a full na tune, all internals, it should work right!!


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Feb 23, 8:26pm - #110357 
I would think it would choke your engine to death. It's not about how much room there is, but weather or not your engine can process that much air. I would also believe that the supercharger and the turbocharger would have to be perfectly in sync. Don't get me wrong, anything's possible.


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Feb 23, 8:34pm - #110358 
would be a nice little project if someone was brave enough!!!


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Feb 23, 9:36pm - #110359 
so how would you do that exactly have the cylinders on the supercharger and have on the turbo? spineyes spineyessounds crazy but anything is possible with the money


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Feb 23, 9:39pm - #110360 
it possible 100% the super charger kicks in at lower rpms and then the turbo hits at higher rpms .. : ) lift lift lift

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Feb 23, 11:59pm - #110361 
there is an MKII MR-2 that is turbo and supercharged and it's called "twin charged."

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Feb 24, 1:32am - #110362 
Originally Posted by Steven
there is an MKII MR-2 that is turbo and supercharged and it's called "twin charged."


its also stupid IMO... why not just turn up the boost to get the same effect.

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Feb 24, 1:36am - #110363 
Sometimes being original is more important than being sensible.

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Feb 24, 1:39am - #110364 
Originally Posted by Steven

Sometimes being original is more important than being sensible.


i agree the concept is 'cool' and uninformed people will be amazed by the marvel of a supercharged turbo car.

but anyone with a decent knowlege of cars will come up with the same reaction i did.

if its for the sake of doing it, then i can understand, but there are people actually thinking to themselfs "wow, i want to do both" and i cant help but laugh at them.

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Feb 24, 1:56am - #110365 
i think there was a nissan back in the day that was also twin charged... i can't remember the name of the car.


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Feb 24, 10:35am - #110366 
damn ive had this idea ever sence like 2 years ago i didnt have a CElica then but i was thinkin about wat to put in to bust the horses sence its only 180 now but damn any one have pix of them twin charged cars i wanna see how that looks like

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Feb 24, 1:15pm - #110367 
might sound crazy and stupid. but if you have the money, why not, its original, and rare


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Feb 24, 2:08pm - #110368 
Originally Posted by qbanprepster21
might sound crazy and stupid. but if you have the money, why not, its original, and rare


stupid.

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Feb 24, 2:19pm - #110369 
It should be possible, if you have the money. But if I had that kind of money, I wouldn't buy me a Celica but a Porsche (isn't that more expensive here in Europe, for a boxster of course).

But 2 turbo's (or 1turbo+1sc) on a 4 cyl is possible, even with a Diesel engine. Look at the link.

1.9l Diesel with 2 turbo's putting out 212hp and 400Nm of torque (295 lbft, from 1400rpm on)

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Feb 25, 8:54am - #110370 
i think it would be tight to see and at the very least hear

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Feb 25, 9:03am - #110371 
Originally Posted by Steven
Sometimes being original is more important than being sensible.
wow,
what an idea.

that can't be good, it just doesn't sound good for anything.

I bet someone already has done it though

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Feb 25, 9:33am - #110372 
imagine how cool that would sound though, the scream of a supercharger and the spool of a turbo all at once. hmmmmmm im feeling something funny in my pants. confused


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Feb 25, 10:08am - #110373 
hmm i dont know if its really possible.
Either way though your motor would have to be rebuilt pretty strong to hold all that power and force.


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