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Actually, I don't know what to put on my car but all I want is to produce 600 to 700 on rwhp. Which cylinder heads? Which camshafts? Twin turbo or super charger? Which brands? Ported intake? Bigger throttle body? Any suggestions? I am on full bolt-ons right now and I want to change spark plugs + wiring with a catch can. Any suggestions? Guys please help. I want to build my motor correctly and on safely.
 

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I suggest you investigate both roads..Its like talking to a Chevy guy. They have the same goals with their cars, but your just not into it, and they not into yours. Us turbo guys are hooked on just turbo's and S/C guys the same. Figure which power producer you like as a mechanical addition and roll with it. I agree you are gonna have to do some forged internals, lower comp ratio, beef up your fuel system and so on with either one. Let us know what you decide. If you have any turbo questions I can answer let me know, S/C questions will shound like japanese to me though!:browsmiley:
 

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i made my mind am going for a twin turbo many supercharged challengers in dubai i want to be diffrent wich kits are the best and ya can i use my kooks headers on those turbo because hellion you must have the oem headers on
 

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To much plumbing gizmo things with turbos. Slap on a KB and be done with it and run 9's on the track and go to McDonalds to eat a filet-o-fish sandwich with the same car later that evening.
Lol, I like the way you think HR:thumbsup: I only know of a handful of TT cars on CT. It's always cool to see what a different power adder will do. Doesn't RDP/Dyno steve have a shop in Dubai?
 

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For max power I'm liking the Hellion TT system if power is what you're after.

Superchargers are cool, cooler than turbos I think, but turbos are more efficient and make more power easier.
 

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I never lost to any TT
 

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I agree the hellion kit would work great. Themal efficiency of that system over sts is massive. If that system was out when I built mine I would have used them, but they were not. Although I think twins are better on small motors not large ones like ours! I suggest you stay with the 58mm twins and upgrade to ball bearings for longevity and quicker spool. I would also look at adding an oil cooler if you are gonna drive it hard. I used to think boost controllers were just extra crap, but I don't know how I lived without it! Open the exhaust as much as possible after the turbos. (no mufflers, large diameter piping) You dont want your turbine to turn into a compressor to push exhaust out the pipes! One thing I love about turbos is the ability to adapt them and tweak them, a supercharger is a supercharger and thats about it..but turbos have alot of flex to play with.:smokin:(by the way smoking is not cool!)
 

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Lol, I like the way you think HR:thumbsup: I only know of a handful of TT cars on CT. It's always cool to see what a different power adder will do. Doesn't RDP/Dyno steve have a shop in Dubai?
ding ding ding :thumbsup: yes he does 2 of his customer cars were done with a 426 motors and twins making serious HP and they drive on the street and run low 10's at the track and have done very well at shows. Give Steve a shout he's a vendor here and Khaled is from Abu Dhabi his car is driven everywhere you can also see the track times.
 

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If we had a decent, trustworthy shop here that could do a custom turbo setup, i'd be all over that rather than going S/C.
same here...although I see myself waiting a few years regardless before going this route
 

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the problem with hellion is i must remove my kooks headers and install the oem thats what i dont want
 

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sts rear mount will allow you to keep your kooks headers, but I must warn you that you will lose spool response due to the headers larger diameter runners and they dissipate heat way quicker than stock headers or manifolds. Food for thought
 
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