Just thought I would pop a few pics of the pro turbo twin and single system on a Ram. Both systems look great, and as of right now David Weaver is installing oliver rods, custom cam, and forged pistons to handle the power. Also went with Vec II, injectors, fuel pump, and boost controller. Should make some sweet numbers for an ol truck. Any guess's on the power output?
Last edited by stinker; May 2nd, 2006 at 12:34 AM.
E double that is the price for the single without an intercooler, I think it $6100 with an intercooler. And thanks for the encouragement, the truck is with David Weaver at ART now, doing some upgrades and maybe in a few weeks we will see how many horses come outta the tail pipe!
I am curious - why can you only do 5psi? Isn't it the identical engine out of the SRT-10 Viper?
cast pistons and a high top ring land is why. The SRT10 cars all get their pistons changed to forged for anything serious.
Looking at those kits I'd say a built motor is going to make some serious mumbo. There's more potential in that twin design than in most of the car setups. If someone wants to get serious - that setup will take you there. I'd predict a low presure drop/efficient setup subject to intercooler which can't be predicted by looking.
It's clean/uncluttered, you can see the turbos plainly and it's pretty - the best truck setup yet in design I've seen
Like a cross eyed discus thrower, I don't set many records, but I keep the crowd alert
Like TM said, a built motor from top to bottom with a good set of heads/intake will make some big big power. Which wouldnt mean a thing unless you could actually put it to the ground
Just wondering, are those 71's up front on that twin model?
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