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post #1 of 8 Old 07-28-2009, 07:03 PM Thread Starter
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Junkyard twin turbos???

Are turbos off of Chrysler 2.2L 4 bangers suitable to make a twin turbo kit for 5.0L? In this case they would be GAR TB0335 turbos from a 1985 and 1986 Chrysler Newyorker. Thanks for any input.

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the chrysler exahust housing flange is pretty unique. its just an akward shape and a bit harder to find parts for than the standard T3 stuff. dont look for more than 450-550 HP at the MOST.

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Thanks, guess I will look for Turbo coupe turbos....they are getting harder to find....
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look at eturbochargers.com its turbonetics website they have some t3/t4 stuff on clearance that would likely suit your needs
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find some volvo 740 turbos. i used two for my junkyard twin build. made enough power to beat a ZX7R sport bike on a completely stock long block 5.0 5 speed car.
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The ideal turbos are the Grand national turbos. Then the SVO/Turbo Tbird turbos with the .63 A/R turbines.

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i agree with the above. the little dodges will limit u. but if u can fab stuff they'll work.

couple of gn's = nice.

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