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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 03-27-2008, 10:45 PM Thread Starter
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hey guys, i`m new on this site and come from NORWAY!!
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i have a question about twins....
are there any chance to use stock charger for the 305 hp(hx 35 i think?), and a super b special? anyone??

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i dont know about the super b special but u can use ur stock turbo and Borg Warner S4 series turbo it is a really nice set of twins
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It really depends on how much fuel you are running. That super b would be a little small for almost anything, but for a low horse power twins set up, you could run your stocker and a modded s300, however that will cost you more than running your stocker and an s400 charger, which would work well and give you room to grow into more fuel if you want it.
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It really depends on how much fuel you are running. That super b would be a little small for almost anything, but for a low horse power twins set up, you could run your stocker and a modded s300, however that will cost you more than running your stocker and an s400 charger, which would work well and give you room to grow into more fuel if you want it.
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i already have a super b special whitch i was planing to get in tomorrow, just to see how that will work, i`m running stock turbo right now.
i also run stock injectors, but was planing to buy some edge stage 4 or 5, i also run an juice w/attitude, 5" exhaust, s&b intake and cfm+...

but an s400, how is that compared to my special??

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That turbo is not meant to be used with as a twin setup it is used to bridge the gap between a small single and twins the s400 would allow u to do alot of fuel increase and i dont know how it will match up with hx35 turbos have to match when doing twins the s400 is a perfect match and can be modded even more if u want even more power that is what i would go with and i am not tryin to be a jerk or anything just giving my opion
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ok, i think i will go for the super b for now, and see how that will work.
i`m afraid for that it will spool a little too late....
does anyone drive this turbo? and how does it response??
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that is what i am afraid of to it wont spool or spool late or u might not beable to keep it spooled at all do u plan on doing sled pulling or drag racing
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no, this is my daily driver... but well see, i will mount it, and see what happens, if it don`t work well i`m going for twins...

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so ur not trying to make that ur second turbo for ur twins and use the stock tubo from what it said it is a nice turbo by itself should be just fine then i thought u were compounding that with ur hx35 ok so ur replacing ur stock tubo with that one ok should be great
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yes im replacing my stock with the super b, so im going for single for now... how do you think that will work?

x 2003 qc Dodge Ram 2500
5" exhaust, s&b intake, cfm+, edge juice w/attitude, smarty S-06, gauges, ddp 90hp+, arp head studs, spaerco intercooler, super b special, glacier lift pump, 20" rims

2000 Dodge Ram 2500 Sport, Edge juice w/attitude cts, fass lift pump, 4" exhaust,
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