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    Pictures of HPF's RHD Twin Turbo Development Car

    I am very excited about this and I am going to have one of these babies in my garage once released. According to Chris from HPF these turbos will be good to support up to stage 2.5 power levels with better spool than the singles. Ain't we lucky.
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    Why different turbos for the RHD though?

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    Top mount, I'm jealous. Nice. They have to use different turbos due to the steering column on the RHD cars, they can't fit turbos as big as we have on the US kits.
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    Ahhh, i saw this one on the video they said they were gonna do something about it to make it fit.. i didnt know they were gonna twin turbo it! its gonna be a twin turbo top mount. damn i gotta see that!
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    WTF! Awesome!!

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    VEry cool
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    Thats cool in a way, but I will say being top mount SUCKS for ordinary maintenance. On my setup i have to pull my compressor housing to take the valve cover off which is lame. But so long as they plan for that hopefully they work well. Did they disclose what manifolds they'll be using? I hope they use the SteedSpeed ones, because those are what makes the HPF cars cool.

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    The single turbo bottom mounts will in the end be the best set-up period!!!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 600whp S4 Click here to enlarge
    The single turbo bottom mounts will in the end be the best set-up period!!!
    Why do you say so? Shouldn't this open up more turbo sizes?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 5mall5nail5 Click here to enlarge
    Thats cool in a way, but I will say being top mount SUCKS for ordinary maintenance. On my setup i have to pull my compressor housing to take the valve cover off which is lame. But so long as they plan for that hopefully they work well. Did they disclose what manifolds they'll be using? I hope they use the SteedSpeed ones, because those are what makes the HPF cars cool.
    I am not sure what you count as ordinary maintenance. If the valve cover is coming off you might as well unbolt four bolts and take the turbo off. Shouldn't be a issue. I am not sure though if having the turbo so close to the top of the head is such a good idea in terms of the heat?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by George Smooth Click here to enlarge
    I am not sure though if having the turbo so close to the top of the head is such a good idea in terms of the heat?
    Seems plenty of people run top mounts without issue.

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    if you buy a turbo blanket there is not too much heat .

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by HPF Chris
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    These are the twin turbo manifold designs from Solidworks with equal length runners.

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    damn, keeping it old school with the t3 flanges huh.. why not vband. it can handle the power and save up tons of room. esp making it easier for a top mount as well.

    either way. i'm really diggin this set up. for now i'll keep my mouth closed till what HPF has to offer. I'm sure we wont be dissapointed!!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by George Smooth Click here to enlarge
    I am not sure what you count as ordinary maintenance. If the valve cover is coming off you might as well unbolt four bolts and take the turbo off. Shouldn't be a issue. I am not sure though if having the turbo so close to the top of the head is such a good idea in terms of the heat?
    Do you consider spark plugs ordinary maintenance? Because the engine cover has to come off to do that, and those are going to be in the way


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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 5mall5nail5 Click here to enlarge
    Do you consider spark plugs ordinary maintenance? Because the engine cover has to come off to do that, and those are going to be in the way
    How can you see that?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    damn, keeping it old school with the t3 flanges huh.. why not vband. it can handle the power and save up tons of room. esp making it easier for a top mount as well.
    Really good question. Is the cost an issue?

    Do you have any good pics that show the difference between t3 and vband?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    damn, keeping it old school with the t3 flanges huh.. why not vband. it can handle the power and save up tons of room. esp making it easier for a top mount as well.
    Really good question. Is the cost an issue?

    Do you have any good pics that show the difference between t3 and vband?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Really good question. Is the cost an issue?

    Do you have any good pics that show the difference between t3 and vband?
    cost might be a slight issue, but not hundreds of dollars more. i can pull out some pics Click here to enlarge

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    these are the best pics i could get.. i hope it helps!
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    wow what engine is that? Yours? I know its a 1.8T but out of what car?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Matt@Camber-Toe Click here to enlarge
    wow what engine is that? Yours? I know its a 1.8T but out of what car?
    noo, not my car yet. that is FSI engine on a 2.0 turbo mkv gti. swapping out for a 3076r with built motor, IE rods with JE pistons i beleive? and ferrera valves. 9k revs. crazy car around 500whp DD on pump no meth Click here to enlarge. maybe 93?

    this video is before the valves were in cams too i believe. this guy went all out.. beta tune as well

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    wow i just got damp

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