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What kind of setup is this?

I was roaming around the internet and I found this 16v car that looks to have twin turbos mounted on the exhaust side and the engine mounted straight up and down... has anyone ever heard of this car? if so, what are the specs?


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a little info on it
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Thanks guys! Seems like a very unorthodox way to flatten the torque curve.. I was just fascinated because you dont see many pics of 16v turbo setups
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Wow, cool!
Never seen a Twin Turbo Setup on a 944. It should make plenty of power...
Keep us updated, Please.
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That's freaking awesome! Something about the looks of that says that would be one sweet motor to drive. Probably the best 370hp curve you could ask for on a track. This is the prime example of why I frown on people that put down cool projects just because there's a cheaper way to get 370hp...my response, "because we can!" It's the loss of this spirit that's been slowly killing Formula 1 for the past 20 years, but money talks I guess. Kudos to whoever spent the money to build this motor!
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