7mgte vs 1ggte

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Asked by Jun 02, 2010 at 06:19 AM about the Toyota Supra

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7mgte vs 1ggte
3L single vs 2L twins
whats your thoughts

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7mgte, bigger lump, but more turbo lag. I believe the 2L twin turbo has sequentiol turbo, which will minimize the lag. However, when that big old dog 7mgte is on song, it's away.

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