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Twin Turbos

Twin Turbos is American Reality TV series. Produced by Half Yard Productions. It premiered on Feb 28, 2018, on Discovery Channel. The series has 7.8 * rating by IMDb.

Seasons

How Many Seasons Of Twin Turbos Have There Been: 1 (8 episodes)

Season 2

Discovery Channel

Season 1

Season premieres on February 28, 2018

Discovery Channel, 8 episodes

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Twin Turbos Time Tonight

Twin Turbos is on Discovery Channel (United States) Wednesdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 1 Episode 8 (Race to the Finish) - Air Date: Apr 18, 2018 (about a year ago)

News & Interviews

Big Boost: Street Outlaws Star Monza Makes Switch To Twin Turbos! - Chevy Hardcore - via Chevyhardcore

Besides getting a new turbo setup, the Sinister Split Bumper also got a new look in the paint department. Indepth Customs did some stunning paintwork on the car, made adjustments to the body panels for better alignment, and added custom funnels to the hood so the new turbos can breathe. The Camaro still remains a real steel roof and quarter panel car with the original A-pillars, rockers, and dash that came with it when it rolled off the GM assembly line.

All-New 'Twin Turbos' Series to Premiere on Discovery - Automobile - via Automobilemag

'Twin Turbos' video | Custom Ford F-150 inspired by F-22 jet - The San Luis Obispo Tribune - via Sanluisobispo

Twin Turbos exclusive: Father and son do rock-crawling Jeep research - FanSided - via Hiddenremote

Twin Turbos: Custom Car Series Races to Discovery in February - canceled TV shows - TV Series Finale - via Tvseriesfinale

Big Boost: Street Outlaws Star Monza Makes Switch To Twin Turbos! - Dragzine.com - via Dragzine

Besides getting a new turbo setup, the Sinister Split Bumper also got a new look in the paint department. Indepth Customs did some stunning paintwork on the car, made adjustments to the body panels for better alignment, and added custom funnels to the hood so the new turbos can breathe. The Camaro still remains a real steel roof and quarter panel car with the original A-pillars, rockers, and dash that came with it when it rolled off the GM assembly line.

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