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Rb 2860-5 Highest Hp?

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On 17/10/2020 at 8:45 AM, admS15 said:

So -10s must be like twin BBC's

That they are! Except they only get semi hard and stare at your shoe laces. 

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On 14/10/2020 at 11:52 AM, Lithium said:

So far the only "modern" twins setup that I've seen which has generated a result which gets one thinking is the PMC/Integrated Motorsport R34 GT-R which makes >1100hp @ crank on G25 660s.  It's laggy as hell, but has a wide (like 6000-10000rpm?) power delivery so there is a bit of a swings and roundabouts thing going on there - you would NOT use that for what most are looking for with twins, not least because it's not stock location but instead some wild fabrication involved.  I don't expect there to be any major development with stock location twins as turbo tech isn't really the primary hold up, it's mainly packaging limitations imho... which is a lot of why I'm so pro-single on an RB.

BTW, this thread is hilarious to look back over.

Yeah, I've seen that and had the occasional chat with Pete about it. Big set up that's built for purpose. 

I would be interested to see the latest Gen 2 GTX 2860's set up on a 2.8, I think that would be about as modern as it gets currently. 


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