Well there you go talking reason and experience in my ear again. Where are you going to mount the twins ? I was thinking of going with a single and mounting it in place of the oem air box. I’m glad I haven’t taken a step in any specific direction with my build. The plate kit is going to be combined with whichever route I go any how , so that’ll hold me over until I decide. I’m really leaning towards a turbo over a PD or a centri blower also. I think Jim was saying the d1 was just easy and relatively cheap compared to a turbo system. His Jeep is a twin and that thing is bananas!!! All that said ..... for our cars , they really have to be mid or rear mount for twins , no? Guess I’m going to be doing some research on turbos"When I was going over boost options with Jim at TSP , he was leading me towards the d1x or a turbo system. He liked the d1x for a number of reasons , one being it’s a lot easier to spin than the f series and will make very good power.
My newest plans are leaning me towards a 200 shot plate system and then possibly a d1x down the road , or a direct injection system with another stage of nitrous. I’ve really been bitten by the nitrous bug. If my hand heals up quickly enough(had surgery Friday), I plan to have the plate ready for atco on 11/2."
Nitrous is a blast, and can be very addicting, I know from experience. The only draw back is having to refill bottles after every event. It can get very costly, especially if you go rounds as I have been this season..... In the last 2 years of racing using spray, I have spent enough on bottle fill ups to have a Supercharger setup or a Twin set up (I would have to fab though). In the long run if you are racing regularly, it's just way more cost effective to go with a boost application. I like the D1X, but there is infinite power capability with a twin setup (which I'm leaning towards). I'll update a build thread as things progress. For now I'm still on the baby bottle and smiling every time I make a pass.
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