With the covers removed, it’s as if we’re at the MOMA looking through a glass display of a turbo on a pedestal. The turbo is mounted within the V of the engine with the heads reversed from what is usually seen. The exhaust ports all feed through the center of the V, directly to the impeller. The upside is reduction in turbo lag, but now there is a huge concentration of heat in that one specific area.

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