Turbo and Superchargers
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What would be easier put a turbo on a 90 300zx na or a supercharger?


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2007-09-08 20:23:12
2007-09-08 20:23:12

fit a twin turbo engine


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I would install a turbo, due to the availability different turbo kits, I think only Jackson racing is the only company advertising a supercharger for the prelude. Turbo kit has room to grow, easier to modify, better fuel economy, etc.

Because of the advancements in turbo technology, A turbo system is what I would recommend. It is more flexible, easier to upgrade later and more efficient than a supercharger. Depending on how big you go, it could give you better low/mid range torque for a wider powerband.

the only thing different would the internals of the trans the turbo trans is a heavy duty trans.

The turbos can be removed and replaced with an upgrade. So surely you can remove them out and run the car w/o. The question is, why would you want to?

I would say that for more power and efficiency, you should go with the twin turbo.

Yes, you can put a turbo and a supercharger on the chargers. wear would i go to find out how

Yes the engines are exactly the same if they are of the same year

yea but you have to change the mounts and the radiator but why would you do that just turbo it

Yes, but with today technology, it would be a waste of money(not needed/expensive.)

yes, but it would be a complete waste of money to do both

"not alot ur better of getting a supercharger it will add more horse power with better pick up" This is not necessarily true, a supercharger will give you more power at low end, but die out at high end, where as a turbo will do the opposite. But with dyno tests, it's shown that on lesser cylinder cars, a turbo is the way to go. I have an 08 civic, and a supercharger would have given me 40-50 hp at the wheels, where a turbo would have given me 80.

what are you asking? the difference between them is that a supercharger works through the intake side of the engine and a turbocharger works on the exhaust no, dude. The supercharger and turbo charger both are forced induction meaning that they both work on the intake. the difference is that the supercharger is belt driven and the turbo charger is gas driven meaning that the supercharger is connected to the belt system of your engine, creating instant power as you accelerate as it is driven off the system it is boosting. the turbo charger works off of your exhaust gas as mentioned earlier and is also affective however it takes a short while for the exhaust gas to turn the turbines thus creating something called turbo lag. if you are asking which is better. anything under 3500 cc and 6 cylinders i would turbo charge, anything above i would supercharge. but you can do either to any engine.

Yes it is possible. You would be better off running 2 turbos.

A turbocharger would be more practical and easier to install.

well, IMO a supercharger would be better because it gives you the ability to run your engine safely under boost unlike a turbo that really doesnt have a limit, superchargers also feed of your engine and always have boost applied

It is a person preference question, what do you want from the system? I would recommend if you want... low end torque/ throttle response- Kenne bell/whipple screw supercharger A daily driver that you want close to stock cruising/part throttle characteristics, but more power when you need it - go turbo.

It depends on the application, but with the improvement of turbo designs/technology/efficiency and from a fuel economy stand point I would choose a turbocharger.

Anything is possible for enough money. Dodge never made a turbo or awd version so this would be very expensive.

Nither get a v8 manual. you would be wasting your time putting a super or turbo charger in a v6 auto.

only on the 2+2 models (NA) models. twin turbo models were 2 seats......if you you wanted a 4 seat twin turbo it would have to come directly from japan

You can, but it would be difficult due to placement, I would personally throw a CX Racing CT26 Turbo in there, it kicks a hell of a lot more and easily fits to the car. Hope this helps! P.S. The CX turbo runs for around 385, so I would not charge you if you were to need assistance.

Apply more pressure to the go pedal! No the most hp would be (besides turbo or supercharger) replacing the camshaft and rocker arms

depends on how much you are willing to spend, i would definilty consider swapping the older motor for a newer 89-92 300zx motor that already has twin turbos and are easy to work on. it you want to stay with the stock motor, you will have to first off get a custom turbo manifold, piping and intercooler.

You wouldn't twin turbo AND twin supercharger... mustangs a: lack the space and B. it would be a waste of money. A twin turbo mustang 4.6L (im asumming) on a mild setup Twin turboed with traction- mid 11's/high 10's. The only twin supercharger setup I've seen is a dual whipple, but that was only used on large big blocks. A supercharger would run around the same #s with the same boost(fuel/intercooler dependant).

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