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Can you add a second turbo to a 98 mitsubishi eclipse spider gst or would it make more sense to go with a bigger one?

William Palmer
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Asked by William Feb 24, 2013 at 12:19 PM about the 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder

Question type: Car Customization

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Racer_X
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I'd probably opt to go with a larger one..otherwise, you'd have a twin tubo, but one of the units is older than the other. Let us know how it works out...I'd love to add a turbo to my Mitsu Outlander 2.4L 4 cylinder...not sure it can be done with the CVT auto tranny it has though.

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Andrew Olsen
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Just get a bigger one.

Alex Nazarian
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you need 2 in series close to manifold, then 4-6 remote turbos in the back. You'll be kicking some major ass then.

tenspeed
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Some cars have a small turbo that spools up quicker to decrease turbo lag at lower RPM's. As the rev's increase, the larger turbo provides the boost.

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