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Ed Thornton’s twin-turbo ’57 Chevy illustrates the location of turbochargers mounted high and up against the firewall.  Insulating heat wraps are used on the exhaust housings to avoid damage to the fiberglass hood. The liquid-to-air intercooler is mounted directly in the front.

Ed Thornton’s twin-turbo ’57 Chevy illustrates the location of turbochargers mounted high and up against the firewall. Insulating heat wraps are used on the exhaust housings to avoid damage to the fiberglass hood. The liquid-to-air intercooler is mounted directly in the front.

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