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      08-23-2011, 02:55 PM   #24
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Originally Posted by adrean8j View Post
^^^In American english a bi-turbo would be sequential instead of parallel or "twin" turbos.....kinda like Siamese twins versus actual separate identical twins (in that Siamese twins share some "piping"...LOL)
really? For me a bi or twin turbo mean exactly the same, meaning two turbo's. Nothing more, nothing less. Some brands have a bi-turbo, where the turbo's are identical size. Sequential or parallel is what I know not related to the wording bi or twin turbo.

I just googled it, even in WIKI they explain bi and twin turbo as the same.