Has anyone successfully done this? This is with a compound-twin set up in mind.
Remember Callawy TT Corvettes? They did that (feeding each bank of their v-8's with a smaller, faster-spooling turbo) to improve throttle response, and it worked. Unlike diesels, the total air requirement isn't as broad, so two slightly smaller turbo's can give decent performance (better than a single larger) for a number of applications. For pure race vehicles, it may not be worthwhile, but for streetable setups, it made sense.I haven't heard of anyone doing it. I can't imagine the benefit of it though. You could just run a larger compound configuration and accomplish the same thing. But I guess if your goal would be for something cool to talk about or look it, then rock on.