5th Gear Poster
Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: Catlettsburg, KY
I know what your talking about doing. I would have the supercharger feed the turbo, heres why. If you hooked them up to where they fed in parallel (each having their own piping into the intercooler.) The eaton build boost almost instantly off the line where the turbo has to spool. You would have a problem with the supercharger stalling the turbo and the turbo would never spool.
If you hooked the supercharger to feed the turbo, you could run a massive turbo (holset comes to mind) and see almost instant boost because the pressure from the sc makes the turbo want to spool. This spools it from the hot AND cold sides. The sc spinning the turbo so quickly at first would also create a vacuume inside the exhaust manifolds sucking the exhaust out helping the engine rev even faster.
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