Bobby Lane Racing
I am very sure. No one said it can't be done. In order to make 1000hp in a J series, the block would completely need to be re-done to hold it. If going twin turbo, you will need two big ass turbos to get the volume you need otherwise you will just be restricting it to its limitations. Something equivalent of two GTX3576 at minimal with high enough compression to maximize it. There is no room for two big turbos in our engine bays due to the way our engine is sitting. It would make more sense to go with 1 big single twins scroll turbo, like a 4002R or bigger. Even with twin turbo and nitrous, he is lucky to see 600hp, because I know for damn sure his twin turbo isn't even a GTX3067s.You sure? I bet it is possible You got people out there with weeee little 4 cylinders that can produce a lot of hp. just have to know what your doing. He is also using nos. This car is sick man. I will see if I can get him to send me his dyno sheat.
The 4 cylinders that are making 1000+ Are all running big turbos, high compression, and alcohol, or some form of nitro fuel.
This here is internet math and I'll explain why. Added things together doesn't mean you will make power. First off you need to pair the turbos efficiently with the displacement and compression ratio of the engine. The cylinder heads have their limitations on how much volume it can move, and the engine is what ends up putting power to the ground. If he ran a single twin scroll turbo, utilizing both cylinder heads to its maximum potential, and on the nitrous bottle, with the right fuel, and a lot of timing. Yes I can see 1000whp. I do not see it with twin turbos because the cylinder heads just don't move enough volume to efficiently spool two turbos the sizes capable of 1000hp.I mean in all good theory you have to remember hes working on a j37 base. a j37 base starts at lets say 300, then lets say you add 200 300 hp going off of some safeish 10-12 boost. Then add in nitrous for another hundred fifty. going on optimistic side thats what around 750 safeish? if you bump it up higher and have some blockguards or sleeves to allow for even some 15 psi or up into 20 if he's really doing it well, he could be pushing on 1k.
remember if you have enough money to make a custom CF floor, and another 1000hp car, and a 3.7 liter 7500 rpm base, making another 1000hp car really isn't a problem. Also at that point you're pushing the same CI as smallblocks, but at twice the revs. at that point a single turbo really wouldn't be enough without an atrocious a/r.
Secondly, you will never see a J37 spin to 7500RPM making power all the way to the top. it just isn't going to happen. Comparing our engines to small blocks is comparing an apple to a banana. small blocks are much larger in displacement.
There is a lot more engineering involved to make power. If he ran a Single GTX4508R and the nitrous bottle I will believe he is in the 4 digits.