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I'm guessing it will be a single turbo (though twin would be amazing). As it stands - it is all speculation till they announce something.
 

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i believe twin turbo setup would be more reliable. one huge turbo would make this car something like supra and i believe evora chassis is too short for that kind of turbo kicks.. fishtail and/or spins would come together with the kick. and i dont think anyone would love to wait for the power or for the turbo to spool. a sequential twin turbo setup looks like best to me..
we know some crazy numbers seen on that engine with twin turbo setup. i am really curious to see radiums work. they do great products as we all know..
 

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I have seen somewhere a drag setup with this engine that was 700-1000 hp depending on gas I believe. Google yields some easy 450hp setups but I would love to see 700+ >:D
 

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looks like something interesting on the way.
Haha settle down, settle down. This is just our first turbo kit that we have done using the new GTX2863R. It is for a 2004 Elise 111R customer overseas.

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