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Not an e... the difficult thing about twin charging is cooling the charge after the supercharger before it enters the combustion chambers, as the hot intake air temperature hinders power. Basicaly it would cripple the intercooler as it would heat the charge air again after it passed thru the intercooler core(remember compressing air heats it) Also uber complicated, probably the main reason that no one has done this setup on an E. Lots of possible things to go wrong.. Just my 2 cents, but i am biased(check the sig);-)
 

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twin turbos have their purposes. To minimize lag, and still have top end (sequential). But really with the quality turbos that are available, lag is pretty minimal if sized properly. My car still has lots of torque with a bunch of HP. I can easily merge at about 70mph on on-ramps with out ever letting the Rpms pass 3500.

And when someone tries to move up and block me, they don't have a chance....
 

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My car still has lots of torque with a bunch of HP. I can easily merge at about 70mph on on-ramps with out ever letting the Rpms pass 3500.

And when someone tries to move up and block me, they don't have a chance....
Cool now that's super fasts.
 
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