No, the amount of boost does not double.DrtySthV6SE said:Really the only issue i am confused about is that running one turbo at a certain psi (6-8) you are pushing a certain cfm of air into the engine, but with two at the same psi (one on each back running into a collector, using small turbos for quick spool) you would be pushing twice as much air. (Is this correct??)
DrtySthV6SE said:i realize if you collect two turbos together that the psi doesnt change from the two seperate pipes to the one pipe, but wont the air that is forced into the engine double, since there are two turbos running at a 6 psi,
1 tubro at 6 psi = amount of air
2 turbo each at 6 = 2*(amount of air)
or i might just be thinking to hard about the situation:hammer: , im still trying to learn everything i can about TT setups
If each turbo is regulated at a certain psi, lets say 6 psi. They will only make 6 psi regardless of how many turbos you have.Originally posted by DarkMastyr
Makes sense to me. psi = pounds per square inch. Two turbos, twice the intake pipe area (at least). Twice the area = twice the mass of air being shoved in.
Turbos spin at 100,000+ rpms regardless of the size.wontonjohnny said:do smaller turbo have a higher rpm?
i love the spooling sound.... which setup would be louder???