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compound turbo sticky??

i was hoping someone could make a sticky on compound turbo set-ups. ive always been curious as to how the work, all the piping, directions of flow and what not. so can some of yall start explaining it with pics? then maybee a moderater can sticky it for reference purposes?

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Re: compound turbo sticky??

I'll 2nd this, something i've always been curious about

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i was hoping someone could make a sticky on compound turbo set-ups. ive always been curious as to how the work, all the piping, directions of flow and what not. so can some of yall start explaining it with pics? then maybee a moderater can sticky it for reference purposes?
Sounds good to me.

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Re: compound turbo sticky??

Would'nt this thread be a better fit in aftermarket performance???

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Would'nt this thread be a better fit in aftermarket performance???
It could be, but it applys to all motors, which aftermarket and performance is under each seperate engine

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It could be, but it applys to all motors, which aftermarket and performance is under each seperate engine
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Re: compound turbo sticky??

I am also very interested with the idea of compound set ups

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Re: compound turbo sticky??

I like the idea of a "poor mans compound setup" for the 7.3L all years. After hearing what Charles has said & seen what he's done there is NO reason why it couldn't work.


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Re: compound turbo sticky??

That would be a nice idea, but its really hard when it takes so much time and effort to figure it out. It makes it hard to just give the info away. Just a thought.

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Re: compound turbo sticky??

I think if someone could build a setup like Charles with mounting pedistals & plumbing then mesure it & include good instructions it could be sold as a DIY kit. Like Rosewood Diesel injectors.
Or if we had the mesurements we could go to the machine shop & tubing shop of our choice & have the stuff made up there if we wanted it made out of something diffrent or could get it cheaper then a kit.
Would it be an afternoon bolt up project - NO
Could it be done if you took your time & lined everything up mesured twice & drilled & cut once - I don't see why not

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