well.. I haven't been on in a long time... good to see this site still here.

I was on my way home and this 04 or newer gm truck (gmc or chevy) was on my ass the whole time and we were goin back an forth... revving at redlights... I was pullin hole shots on him.. one thing I chirped at him was telling him his shortbed was cute lol. anyway, theres a shortcut that I took that starts you at the bottom of a hill and the long way lets you get a rly big run for the hill..... I took the shortcut and he didn't, so he had a good while to get speed on me. I ended up hitting 119 according to my phone and then I let off at the top when he finally got beside me. the lovely PA state boy was sitting at the top when the truck went by me and the cop pulled out behind me, the truck turned off a back road and the cop was behind me, followed the truck instead (thank god, I would've went to jail most likely)..... anyway, the ol' 273K mile 318 did ok for having only an exhaust and pushing 32" tires. I mean, I won.... BUT

what about 2 small turbos? Honestly, what would I need to do? If I only wanted to do 2 small Garret T3 turbo from a 2.2 or 2.5, what would I need? I would want to do this as a 'bolt on' only, meaning, I don't wanna change pistons, cam, crank, intake manifold... the most I want or could do is change the heads. I was told that 360 heads on a 318 lowered compression but flow better? having both of those on there with maybe only 3-7 pounds would hardly work enough to increase the intake temps, right? also, its a 95 OBD1 system, so tuning is automatically out, which is why I wanna keep it small, until I build my wiring harness. Ill explain that later.

this is all on a 95 Jeep Grand Cherokee. all stock 318 and 249 tcase. the trans has upgraded Kevlar bands, shift kit, deep pan.

turbos, wastegate, plumbing, what else?