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6.5 turbo


Created On Sunday June 03, 2007 13:29 Diesel Talk
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Hi, i was just wondering if you can add a second turbo to a 6.5 turbo(so that it would be a twin turbo engine). If it is possible, would it make sense to do it, performance wise. Also, other then a 2nd turbo, what would be needed. I'm guessing a different intake, but what other parts.

Any info or some direction to a different post that has this info would be great.

Thanks in advanced,
TJ
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