Dunno, I think the lag with the singles out there is enough to increase 60 fts to 1.7ish based on those who have posted unless you've got something going with a switch or two step. Either way once they're blowing both can service the air charge needed for making your jeep move.
I run a twin screw now and get 1.5s with wavetrac and shit flying everywhere etc. When we install the front wavetrac maybe a little better.
I have twin 67s to install and will have static compression at about 9.8:1, so I am not expecting excessive lag off the line, probably need to foot brake it. Will probably use a tight converter and will live with what I get rather than heat and load the driveline hoping for 1.4s and picking up pieces after 10 runs.
How big are the GT35s and what's the architecture with the pipes? That seems to be the big deal with how well sized they are and where they are located so they work and don't have too much backpressure
Also maybe cam choice for opening the exhaust a little early to get the turbo going might help some.
SHR motor and War Viking Transmission, Ronnie Crawford Performance Apache heads and intake manifold,
CamMotion cam, Twin Turbo Creations boosted, BC coilovers
my lag is very minimal now and spools up asap at 12 lbs. And as far as the specs go I really wouldn't know but can see if I can find out. I bought Sbardys jeep fyi.
I just think the single BIG Azz turbo is sick looking man lol. I need to get a fuel hat and will then turn mine up to 900 or 1000 awhp come Jan 13 but for now my 750 awhp is good for me. This thing is a rocket with my NTO5s on it.
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