Not sure, probably not quite that high. We'll play with it on the dyno and see what's safe. It's hot here (99 yesterday, 95 today) so safety is #1, power is a close 2nd.What kind of HP. are you expecting out of the engine with the turbo? 400hp???
It's considerably easier from a fabrication and heat stand point. This is a street truck for the most part, driven by the owner of my company. The most he drives over is curbs and speed bumps at high rates of speed.Why are you sticking the turbo underneath?? Kind of a dangerous spot for a 4x4.
There's a big difference between the sequential twin turbo systems that the 2jz and rb26 use verse the bi turbo 2.7 audi motor. The bi turbo cars use the 3 cylinders from each side of the V6 to feed the two turbos verse the inline 6 where it's using a sequential setup where a smaller faster spooling turbo is feeding a larger turbo. The two smaller turbos minimize the lag on the audi and give almost instant torque with a flat torque curve from 1850-5000 rpm. Probably a good thing for a rock crawler.We don't do much twin turbo. It's just a lot more work and money for nominal gains.. other than looking cool.
There's a reason why all the supra guys rip the twins off and go big single.