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Old 03-05-17, 12:51 AM
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S366 T4 twin scroll

Who is using the BW S366 twin scroll and what manifold? And what IC setup? Need some ideas for mine.
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MY Manifold and IC setup are all custom
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"The BW S366 twinscroll" there are quite a few variants, you should look into part numbers and compressor maps to make sure you know what you are looking at//to be expecting when you actually purchase a unit.

As for manifold and IC, you have gleaseman, you have turblown, you have various other manufacturers/vendors here (a-spec etc...), all make QUALITY products, even some people make good numbers with ebay manifolds, hell cast manifolds are solid if you can make it fit (I'm sure it's doable depending on comp. housing size).
As for IC anything but a top mount lol, I plan to go a2w just because least pressure drop and a few other nit-picky reasons. You can look for 'kits' or you can size it up and fab/spec out a few components and purchase accordingly. You pay a bit of a 'premium' or 'markup' on any type of kit. That being said - a lot of the time, it can really be worth it.
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Originally Posted by jetlude View Post
MY Manifold and IC setup are all custom
Just a wondering question. I read your comment and saw you do have S366 but with meth kit at 500whp. At what boost pressure are you making that? And to my concern would like to know what max power levels and boost pressure will I be seeing with only 93 pump gas and no meth kit.
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Originally Posted by Jimmy2222 View Post
"The BW S366 twinscroll" there are quite a few variants, you should look into part numbers and compressor maps to make sure you know what you are looking at//to be expecting when you actually purchase a unit.

As for manifold and IC, you have gleaseman, you have turblown, you have various other manufacturers/vendors here (a-spec etc...), all make QUALITY products, even some people make good numbers with ebay manifolds, hell cast manifolds are solid if you can make it fit (I'm sure it's doable depending on comp. housing size).
As for IC anything but a top mount lol, I plan to go a2w just because least pressure drop and a few other nit-picky reasons. You can look for 'kits' or you can size it up and fab/spec out a few components and purchase accordingly. You pay a bit of a 'premium' or 'markup' on any type of kit. That being said - a lot of the time, it can really be worth it.
Will be going with Rotary-Works V-Mount kit, and dabbing up a manifold 😌
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s366 thats 5 years old with a custom turbo manifold and an NPR Large intercooler. Swapped computers and re-tuned the car on E85 about 6 months ago.. 539 at 23psi and that's with the .88 hotside
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Originally Posted by jm93rx7 View Post
s366 thats 5 years old with a custom turbo manifold and an NPR Large intercooler. Swapped computers and re-tuned the car on E85 about 6 months ago.. 539 at 23psi and that's with the .88 hotside
At what rpm do you see full boost?
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I have the hks cast manifold and the Greddy m-spec intercooler. Definitely plan on upgrading the manifold soon though.
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Originally Posted by 2RotorsNaDream View Post
I have the hks cast manifold and the Greddy m-spec intercooler. Definitely plan on upgrading the manifold soon though.
Why are you unhappy with hks cast iron manifold? Sorry just reading this and saw that. You went so how turbo? You see the turbo twin scroll manifold.ingenious.
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S366 sxe, custom manifold and custom v-mount
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Badass set up. Message me about it. Dynoed? Figures/ numbers?
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