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    8 turbo LS1

    Wanna see what 286 feet of induction piping looks like?
    http://www.trinituner.com/v3/forums/...?f=25&t=329822

    Setup weighs 250-300 lbs alone...

    Excessive? Totaly
    Just done to prove you can do it, and probably not worth the effort? Totaly
    730hp/710tq @ 13.5PSI? Totaly :P

    EDIT: lmao, just found out this thing is called the INCINER8OR
    http://www.lateral-g.org/sandlin/
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    insane

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    Unless they plan on turning the boost up on that setup, they spent a LOT of money for < 800hp. Then again, I'm guessing if you managed to run more than 20psi on that setup the power would be completely useless.

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    Did it for the bragging rights... If we all had a couple hundred thousand to through at our cars I'm pretty sure there would be some insane ass 3/s... and supras

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    Must be able to hear that thing spool up a mile away.

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    Fuel system on that must be compiled parts from a fire hydrant.

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    nice find. it's good that i have something to point to when someone asks about doing this to our cars.

    fwiw, i think twins are the way to go on a v-bank engine 10 cylinders or less. inlines are better with one. 12+ cylinders = better with quads.

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    Other than bragging rights perhaps, this is a waste of money based on performance gains. Just grossly inefficient.

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    You guys do realize this thing is about 4 years old dont you?

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    Just grossly inefficient.
    700+ hp at only 13.5 psi is impressive. That being said, inefficient for the wallet for sure.

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