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    I was looking at a t-bucket today online and it had twin 6-71 blowers. Does anyone know how this works? Does the amount of boost double? For instance, if you had twin 6-71 blowers and they produced 5lbs of boost. With both the blowers the same, does the boost get multiplied by 2( together makes 10lbs of boost)?

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    example. two blowers producing 6.5lbs of boost on one motor.
    (6.5lbs) x (6.5lbs) = 13lbs of total boost

    Does that sound right???


    What about twin turbos? Does this apply to them as well? If not how does the twin turbo setup work? Is there a special mathematical formula to figure the boost?


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    dont bother. its terribly inefficient. turning both blowers eats up a lot of power. better off buying a larger blower dude.

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    It sure looks badass though!!

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    I bet it doubles the heat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclone View Post
    dont bother. its terribly inefficient. turning both blowers eats up a lot of power. better off buying a larger blower dude.
    x2 not worth the effort when its taking 40% of the motor hp to drive 2 blowers.

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    That gto is just ugly and useless!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinTurbo540 View Post
    That gto is just ugly and useless!!!

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    i agree

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    That's the stupidist looking thing I think I've ever seen.
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    Why stop there? Another intercooler between them would really set it off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Infomaniac View Post
    Why stop there? Another intercooler between them would really set it off.

    I don't care if that sweetie smiles or not. She's awesome.
    Pair of turbos wouldn't hurt, either.
    I'd make her smile.
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