Would this be a good idea?
Would like to hear thoughts on this concept.
I can not post pics, but I'll explain.
This is a qiuck spool flange to be used with a twin scroll "hot side" turbo. This mounts between the exhaust mount flange and the hot side turbo flange.
Garret and Holeset to name a few, have a twin scroll hot side. They are a divided housing and is very noticable because of 2 ports. Not one big entrance into the tubine. The flange has one open port and one butterfly port. Close the butterfly at low engine rpms will force all exhaust pressure to one port, in turn spooling the turbo faster at low engine rpm's. Then at the right time open the butterfly for full pressure to both ports.
This is to fix a larger(to large for the engine)turbo with to much low rpm lag.
Say like a Garret T6 on a 2.3l?
GOOD IDEA? BAD IDEA?
There is real world data and is proven itself worthy. What do you guys think?
Last edited by 96blackgt54; 05-06-2009 at 11:38 PM.