it is still in prototype form. I believe JWT is trying to to for CARB certification before they sell it, but i think thats pipe dream. HKS never got CARB with their supercharger.I read that this isn't even available to the public yet, meaning that vendors/retailers cannot sell it. :dunno:
As far as I know, it's being sold and installed exclusively by a San Diego shop.
it is still in prototype form. I believe JWT is trying to to for CARB certification before they sell it, but i think thats pipe dream. HKS never got CARB with their supercharger.
Hey Wa2good, welcome to the website.
What do you mean by "a giant step forward compared to what is currently on the market."??
I do not want to start a flame war and I would like this thread to stick to the topic. With that in mind, can you list all of the turbo kits you tested to benchmark against this JWT Kit? Did you compare it to the APS TT, SFR TT or Greddy TT kits?
Are you guys at (VTR or VRT - which one, I dont know) acutally developing the JWT Kit? I have always liked JWT, but I feel that they have been behind other companies in terms of development and information to the public. Do you know if JWT will be releasing a higher HP TT kit in the near future? If so, what is their new HP goal? Thanks.
Inquiring minds with high HP goals would like to know.
This windshield fluid bottle is replaced because the stock one is in the way of the intercooler and its piping. It is replaced with a smaller, more out of the way unit. This, IMO, is a small sacrafice for JWT's quest for a large more well rounded, strategicley placed "two into one" intercooler.any other facts and info is appreciated to keep the info page up to date.
Why is the windshielf fluid bottle replaced? Is it because of the intercooler.
With respect (not looking for an arguement) I beg to differ with you on that comment. I'd be more than happy to run an APS twin turbo system against your prototype JWT twin turbo system over the quarter mile at the same peak boost level and on the same fuel octane. We tested virtually every Garrett GT turbo frame size at APS and I believe that the APS GT turbo spec is a superior match for the VQ engine over a broader torque and power range.This kit and its no/low lag and insane (under the curve) torque numbers are a giant step forward compared to what is currently on the market.
Imho there's little point in applying a smaller pair of turbos as the increased torque/power generated lower in the rpm range only leads more wheel spin in most circumstances (and more load on the drivetrain) and less hp Potential in the high rpm where greater power can be efficiently utilised.
Just my 2 cents worth. :cheers: