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Twin Turbos for Your 930

Shot a few pictures of a set of twin turbo headers we made for a client before shipping them away. I just love this setup and hope to do it with my own car in the near future.
The headers are of course the same equal length merge collector 321 units used for the 930 except they are mirror images. This set is for use with K16/K24 turbochargers. Love that old school 934/5 look hangin' the big balls out back!

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Very nice!!!
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Hmm, twins on a 934.5?

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No, 934/5, meaning old school 934 or 935 style 930's. I use this as a generic term for that cool old school race car look. An example would be Gabe's Reaper.
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Ah, gotcha
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Very Nice!
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Absolutely badass- will be availible with t-3 flanges?
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The worst I have ever seen. Good for a laugh though.
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any pics of them on a motor?
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Thanks guys this is fun stuff and I love being a part of anything that makes are cars more personalized and enjoyable.

You can put whatever flanges you want on them. We also make kits consisting of the headers along with tubing to make custom secondaries.

Yes I have a several pictures of these headers on my mule engine and installed on client's 930's. I'm definitely going to put a set on my car when time permits, seeing these bad boys peek out under the bumper looks cool as hell. I'll figure out an uncomplicated way to use this setup with CIS so the EFI guys won't be the only ones who can run with twins.








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The worst I have ever seen. Good for a laugh though.
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Ooooo pretty yellow car!
Yellows one of those colors and if done right it's über bad! It's a cool set up. I like the exposed look. I'm one for yeah performance is important but a fast car should look good to and in part it's art. ^_^
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I think he forgot the green font.
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I like the intercooler too!
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Cool set up.
Any numbers on it?
Willingness to make more? Price range?
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Twin turbos will be a different driving experience than a big single turbo; more along the lines of a n/a engine with boost being a little more progressive and available at a lower rpm. Gone will be that "light the JATO" feeling of a single turbo hitting hard at 3k rpm.
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damn that is sweet Brian!! Who's yellow car is that ?? nice looking fat ass..
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Damn it Brian...stop showing me photos of stuff I REALLLLLLY want, but in no way can afford!! This is way worse than being drunk at a full nude strip club...
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Please don't egg on the mean people Jeff, I'm here to have fun and enjoy the company of mature adults.

Yes these headers have been added to my line-up and are not special order. They are the same sell price as the 930 single turbo headers. If you want different flanges or flange orientation they will be included extra and not welded on as this should be done on the car to get the orientation you desire.

The yellow car is featured in another thread started by the owner. Another set is going on soon and that fellow will post as well.

The design for the twins is taken directly from my split plenum 930 headers. The split plenum units with dual waste gates are completely separate and merge at the turbo, making it essentially a twin turbo setup terminating into a single turbo.
I don't have any data comparing the split plenum setup with the twin turbo setup. It would really be impossible to do correctly as the turbos used are completely different. I plan to use stock 993 K16 turbos when I mount these on my car. You can pick a set up used for not much money. If memory serves I paid $300 for my set of K16's.
Once I put these on my car I can make a kit for anyone interested. I don't think we are looking at big money here after all is said and done. Probably less than $3K complete. I plan to run twin zorks with mine. That will sound sooooooo awesome!
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