As an owner of a TT you are definitely not going to double your fuel mileage or even increase it. If any you will get worse as I assume you are thinking about installing turbos for more power which means you will be using the power and there goes your fuel mileage.Think after thought and research, twin turbo will be the direction I take the
srt. From what I am learning, correct me if I am wrong, may double my fuel millage as well, which is worth it...think about it. Can anyone start pointing me in the right direction. I want to do this without voiding my warranty. That correct, so it must be a provider that knows there "stuff". I understand this is
my best route being this ride will see a few miles...I've been told, look at aprox. 7-8 grand... really?:thumbsup: Thanks for all input..
A TT setup is awesome as they are more efficient than supercharging as they do not take power from the engine to make power. Boost is also easily changed on the fly or even better progressive boost changes via a controller VS a supercharger where a pulley change and time to change it are required.
As far a 7-8K that seems a bit low unless you are buying the turbos yourself and fabricating the plumbing and doing the install. Maybe someone sells a DIY kit if so please let me know.
You can talk to Sean Roe at Roe Racing roeracing.com. He modifies a wide variety of dodge products and could answer many of your questions im sure.
Good luck let us know what you choose to do.