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Old 04-16-2012, 07:26 PM   #1
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so a while back i post a thread on puting a turbo on my car, low boost like 5 or 6 pounds just someone i can use to get around those stupid drivers on the highway, anyways i stated that i was going to buy a ebay turbo kits, well after i said i wasnt going to buy it i did, the system was put together by cx racing, cost me 490.00, so i got it and all the piping is good, like real good. so i took it to a local shop and had them look at the turbo to see what they could do to make it hold up better, cost me around 100 and they replaced some gaskets and what nots, so here in the next month or so im going to install it after i make the headers for it, but im really thinking of buying another t4 turbo that is built better, i found a few on amazon that had really good reviews, they are entry level turbos and good for a first time install, next summer im going to build a much better engine and put a high dollar turbo system on it, oh and the r34 i bought from japan, ya no they wanted me to pay another 2000 for them to cut the car up so i got all but 200 finders fee back, oh well live and learn.
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Old 04-16-2012, 07:46 PM   #2
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I wanna buy a eBay twin turbo kit some time soon and do the same, run low boost until I can build my motor, would you recommend it? Or just try to get the parts elsewhere? They are t3 turbos with oil return lines and internal waste gates. Sounds prety good for $900, here's the link tell me what you think pleasee http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewi...id=20460172485
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Looks like a good setup but id just go with a single till you build up the motor
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