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Old 11-02-2009, 03:56 AM   #52
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Old 11-09-2009, 06:29 PM   #53
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Back from SEMA finally. I'm posting pics tonight of the kit if Sam hasn't already. Car and kit look amazing. Final numbers won't be released for a bit as there is more tuning to do.
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Old 11-10-2009, 01:08 AM   #54
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Updates the first post with pics from SEMA. Final tuning is still being done. The base tune (first test tune) was making ~530 WHP at 7 PSI but that is certainly not the final number. The car needs to have final tuning done.
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Old 11-10-2009, 02:54 PM   #55
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This lookes to be the nicest turbo setup for the 2010 so far....And i know its made from the best parts on the market today (look who built it!!)...good job guys...

If your looking at quality this is it!!
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Old 11-10-2009, 03:17 PM   #56
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This lookes to be the nicest turbo setup for the 2010 so far....And i know its made from the best parts on the market today (look who built it!!)...good job guys...

If your looking at quality this is it!!
Hey Will, I think you might be the right person to ask this question. In Corvette world (the world that I came from), anyone who wanted to do Turbo, would do a TT. Having two smaller turbo would yield to a quicker response and less lag, especially for DD. There were only a handful in C5 that did big single turbo mainly for drag racing.

Now, with the new Camaro, I see more and more "Single turbo v.s. TT (only one company does TT). My confusion is, we are still dealing with the same V8 LS3 in Corvette, so why a large single turbo with lag v.s. TT for Camaro? Is it because of cost cutting? As someone in Turbo solution, wouldn't you agree a TT would be better and more responsive in low RPM?

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Old 11-10-2009, 03:49 PM   #57
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Hey Will, I think you might be the right person to ask this question. In Corvette world (the world that I came from), anyone who wanted to do Turbo, would do a TT. Having two smaller turbo would yield to a quicker response and less lag, especially for DD. There were only a handful in C5 that did big single turbo mainly for drag racing.

Now, with the new Camaro, I see more and more "Single turbo v.s. TT (only one company does TT). My confusion is, we are still dealing with the same V8 LS3 in Corvette, so why a large single turbo with lag v.s. TT for Camaro? Is it because of cost cutting? As someone in Turbo solution, wouldn't you agree a TT would be better and more responsive in low RPM?

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Since the Camaro is such a new car, not very many people are wanting to do extreme builds. It seems to be the same issue on the shop side of things, too. The problem is, the stock LS3 block can only handle so much power. That's why you're seeing "small" single turbos instead of twin builds. Nobody wants to spend "that much" money on a Camaro. Not yet, at least.

If the single turbo kit is built properly, there are no lag or spooling issues on this small of a horsepower scale.

We would definitely love to do a twin turbo 2010 Camaro. We just have to find an owner crazy enough to pull the trigger.
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Old 11-10-2009, 06:32 PM   #58
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Since the Camaro is such a new car, not very many people are wanting to do extreme builds. It seems to be the same issue on the shop side of things, too. The problem is, the stock LS3 block can only handle so much power. That's why you're seeing "small" single turbos instead of twin builds. Nobody wants to spend "that much" money on a Camaro. Not yet, at least.

If the single turbo kit is built properly, there are no lag or spooling issues on this small of a horsepower scale.

We would definitely love to do a twin turbo 2010 Camaro. We just have to find an owner crazy enough to pull the trigger.
VERY WELL SAID!!! Exactly my thoughts.
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Old 11-10-2009, 09:18 PM   #59
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Give it some time, there will be twin turbo camaros everywhere...
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Well another reason for doing a single turbo is to make it 50 state legal. While a lot of people don't typically care about that those of us in California don't have a choice. Making a kit 50 state legal gives everyone peace of mind when they get pulled over or have to smog the car every couple years.
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Well another reason for doing a single turbo is to make it 50 state legal. While a lot of people don't typically care about that those of us in California don't have a choice. Making a kit 50 state legal gives everyone peace of mind when they get pulled over or have to smog the car every couple years.
Same thing in MA. Emissions will bust your balls.
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Pricing on this kit??
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Old 11-12-2009, 10:46 AM   #63
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Pricing on this kit??
You'll have to contact Turbonetics directly or a vendor for pricing. I'm not a vendor so I don't have any of those details sorry.
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Old 11-12-2009, 05:00 PM   #64
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Here some pics of my car at SEMA. I have some more if u guys want some. The price of the kit should be the same as their stang kit.$7999











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Here some pics of my car at SEMA. I have some more if u guys want some. The price of the kit should be the same as their stang kit.$7999
Very nice.
Nice set-up. Do you have any videos of your car? THANKS!
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Old 11-24-2009, 03:06 PM   #66
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Very nice.
Nice set-up. Do you have any videos of your car? THANKS!
Videos coming in the next week or so. Turbonetics was working on the final tuning of the car after SEMA and they are closed this week. Probably another week or so.
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Videos coming in the next week or so. Turbonetics was working on the final tuning of the car after SEMA and they are closed this week. Probably another week or so.
This is the cleanest setup I've seen. What's the size of that turbo and any dyno graph to show TQ curve?
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This is the cleanest setup I've seen. What's the size of that turbo and any dyno graph to show TQ curve?
The turbo for the base kit will be a 61mm compressor. I don't have a dyno sheet yet. The car was back on the dyno for more tuning after SEMA and Turbonetics is closed this week so I should have more info on everything next week when everyone is back.
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