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Twin Surbo

Below: Twin Surbo installed in the air filter of Hyundai Elantra/ Veloster/ Accent/ latest Avante/ Kia Forte K3/ latest Cerato.

Photo: Twin Surbo installed in the air filter of the Hyundai Elantra

Below: Twin Surbo installed on the air filter of the Toyota Camry 2008.

Photo: Twin Surbo installed on the air filter of the Toyota Camry

Below: Daihatsu Terios/ Toyota Rush with Twin Surbo installed on the air filter inlet.

Photo: Twin Surbo installed on the air filter inlet of the Daihatsu Terios

Below: Suzuki APV with Twin Surbo installed on pipe to air filter.

Photo: Twin Surbo installed on pipe to air filter of the Suzuki APV

Twin Surbo installed on Daihatsu Materia/ Toyota Bb.

Photo: Twin Surbo installed on Daihatsu Materia/ Toyota Bb

Below: Twin Surbo installed in the air filter outlet of the Proton Exora.

Photo: Twin Surbo installed in the air  filter outlet of the Proton Exora

Photo below shows the Twin Surbo installed on Mitsubishi Attrage/ Spacestar. The reason for not using the original airbox is that it is not compatible with Surbo.

Photo: Surbo fitted on the Mitsubishi Attrage/ Spacestar

A closed pod is available for connection to the front grille for cold air. This will give a lower air temperature than even the original setup, which takes in air from within the engine compartment.

Mitsubishi Attrage/ Spacestar testimonial

Frequently asked question: What's the difference between the single Surbo and the Twin Surbo?

1. The main difference is that the single Surbo has a torque peak at around 3300 rpm, while the Twin Surbo at around 2800 rpm (and the original torque peak of normally-aspirated petrol engines is at 4000+ rpm). Your choice will depend on your your usual operating rpm. For a more detailed comparison check out the Dynamometer Test Results. The other difference is that the Twin Surbo requires twice the space to fit, around one foot of free space, so it's often fitted at the air filter inlet, in which case the filter element inside must be original to ensure a perfect seal.

Advantages of the Twin Surbo:

1. The Twin is stronger than the single Surbo between 2500-3000 rpm by 10% according to the dyno test results, so you won't need to rev much and can change gear upwards sooner. Usually there will be another 5% more fuel saving if you had gotten 10% fuel saving with the single Surbo.

How to get a Twin Surbo:

To ensure the Twin Surbo works, have one Surbo fitted first to test for power and economy, which ensures that there is no leak, and then add a second Surbo in a straight line for a Twin Surbo if space allows. However, if you want to save a trip, we can put on both Surbos at one go, if we have done that model many times.

The list of Twin Surbo vehicles:

Below are vehicles petrol and diesel fitted with Twin Surbos. * means a cone filter (not included) is required to free up space along the air intake for the 11 inch long Twin. ^ denotes air pipe conversion.
ALFA
33 1.7 IE '95 145 1.6
BMW
'91 850i '89 316
CHERY
'07 QQ T11
CHEVROLET
'04 Aveo 1.4
CITROEN
Berlingo 1.9D* Jumpy 1.9D*
DAEWOO
Lanos 1.5*
DAIHATSU
Charade CX 1.0 '87-'92 Charade 1.0 '84 '01 Extol 1.3 van* '01 Hijet 660 '02 YRV 1.3 '06 Terios Materia (Toyota Bb)
FIAT
Uno 1.0 Palio 1.6* Punto '06 1.3
FORD
'88 1.3 Laser carb '98 Courier 4x4 2.5D
GEELY
CK 1.5
HAFEI
Minz 1.3
HONDA
Oddysey RB1 & 2 '02 Civic EXi 1.5 '99 City '00 City VTEC Honda '92 Civic ESi '92 LSi '93 VTi 1.6
HONDA
'89 Prelude 2.0 '91 Accord 2.0 carb Civic GL 1.3/1.5 '03 VTi^ '04 VTiS 1.7^ '97 VTi^
HYUNDAI
Matrix '98-'02 Atoz 1.0 '97-'00 Coupe '97-'18 Elantra '95-'05 Accent 1.3/1.5 Avante/ i30 i45
HYUNDAI
Getz 1.3, 1.6 Veloster New Elantra New Accent
ISUZU
'97 3.0 turbodiesel pickup
KIA
Rio 1.3/ 1.5 '00 Sephia 1.6 '02 Spectra 1.6 Cerato 1.6 2005 Cerato Forte 2.0 2009
KIA
2003-2005 Rio 1.3/ 1.5 2008 Rio 1.4 Sorento 2.4 GDi K3 New Cerato
MAZDA
'95 Astina 1.6 '96-'02 323 1.3/1.6
MERCEDES
M140 2.9D
MITSUBISHI
2017 Attrage Spacestar 1.2, needs cold air filter '03 1.6 Lancer^ '98 Lancer MR 1.6^ '93 Lancer 1.3^ '90 L300 2.0 petrol '90 Lancer 1.3 carb
NISSAN
'15 NV200 1.5 turbodiesel '01 Urvan 2.7D '92-'05 Sunny 1.6 Sunny 1.4/1.5 carb '95-'98 March '82 Sunny 130Y
OPEL
'01 Corsa 1.4
PERODUA
Kelisa 1.0
PEUGEOT
Partner 1.9D* '92 405 GLi 1.6 '95 405 GR 1.6 '03 307 1.6*
PROTON
'93 Iswara carb Iswara 1.5i Wira 1.5i ^ Exora Gen 2 Persona Satria Neo
RENAULT
Kangoo 1.9D '95 19 1.4 '00 Megane 16V Clio 16V '00-'02 Kangoo diesel Scenic 2.0 4x4
ROVER
600
SEAT
Salsa 1.0 Collage 1.0
SKODA
'95 Felicia 1.3 '02 Fabia 1.4 '01 Octavia 1.6
SUZUKI
Suzuki Swift 1.0i Swift 1.0 carb Esteem (Baleno) 1.3 R+ 1.0 Ignis APV 1.6 Swift 1.4
SUBARU
'97-'05 Impreza Viki Vivio
TOYOTA
Camry Rush 1.5 Soluna '01 Echo 1.0 Liteace 2.2 diesel
TOYOTA
'83-'91 Corolla 1.3 '78-'92 Starlet 1.0 '90 Corona 1.6 carb
VW
Caddy TDi 1.9 '99 Caddy 1.6

The Twin Surbo is also compatible with W Golf 1.0, 1.2, 1.4, and Polo, and 2012 Kia Sportage 2.0.

Some observations

Gear kickdown: on a Hyundai Elantra (similar to the Kia K3), at a low speed, the gear was able to kick down easily to first gear, so that will help pull the car out of slow second gear turns.

The Twin Surbo has faster acceleration:
'95 Mazda Astina 1.6 (9.6 secs to 100 kph when new) clocks 8.9 secs with Surbo and 8 secs with Twin Surbo (recall that the Twin has 10% more torque between 2500-3000 rpm, where the Surbo can be activated from).

Twin Surbo '92 Peugeot 405:
A friend from China driving it for the first time unknowingly moved it from idle using the wrong gear--3rd. In the morning or on a cold start (1250 rpm idle) the car will move in first and second with foot off the accelerator. Once warmed the car keeps moving in second gear on a flat road, with no pedal pressure. This shows an increased air pressure accumulation and improvement in the ultra low end. In a long traffic jam, it continued to move easily in first gear without throttle pressure at 750 rpm, even up slight slopes and with aircon--just using idling fuel. The car also managed to climb, in 5th gear, the 10-storey high Benjamin Sheares bridge, approaching at less than 90 kph from the winding and steepest side from Rochore in 5th gear, easily reaching the top at 2000rpm or about 73 kph. For 0-60 mph testing, the time was cut from 14.2 secs to 11.78 secs, same time as for the 1.8 405 so it seems the Twin Surbo adds about 200cc.

Fuel Savings

Result for the Honda Civic ESi, and the fortnight after. Another improvement. Dr Ngoh of Renault Club also had improved economy on his Renault Megane 1.4, up from 13.5 to 14.8 km/l (50/50 highway/city driving). Toyota Starlet 1.0 saves even more fuel with the Twin Surbo. Mr Din (Civic GL twincarb) also said that with the Twin Surbo and carb tuning to 0% CO, his consumption improved from 7-8 km/l to more than 9 km/l.
'95 Peugeot 405 1.6 (11 km/l originally) returns 12.1 km/l with Surbo and 12.8 km/l with Twin Surbo, improving 10% and 16% respectively. These correspond to the torque increases for engine speeds during cruising for the Surbo and Twin Surbo respectively (see dyno graphs).

More pics of Twin Surbos

Videos:

Watch this video showing how engine revs with Surbo

Watch the video above showing how an engine revs with Surbo. Or watch it in conjunction with the How it works page.

Video of Volvo XC90 T8 with Surbo, sprinting to 130 kph

Above: video of Volvo XC90 T8 with Surbo, sprinting to 130 kph.

Video of Volvo XC90 T8 with Surbo, sprinting to 211 kph

Above: video of Volvo XC90 T8 with Surbo, sprinting to 211 kph.

Video of Volvo XC90 T8 with Surbo, sprinting to 224 kph

Above: video of Volvo XC90 T8 with Surbo, sprinting to 224 kph.

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