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Old 12-16-2012, 04:33 AM   #1
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Turbo kits

I know I keep changing my mind. I was wondering if anybody has had any experience with the turbonetics kit on AM. I deploy in within the next year so I'm going to have some money saved up. How easy was the instal? What size injectors will I need to make upwards of 450 hp? I have gt40x heads, e303 cam, gt40 upper and lower intake, the pistons and connecting rods are forged and its a boss block. I want to make a good confident decision with this so any help is greatly appreciated.
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Old 12-16-2012, 09:36 AM   #2
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I'd say go for 60# injectors that way you will have plenty of fuel. Also a 255 or higher pump. Install shouldn't be that bad! I did them before, never that kit but its just time consuming. But if you don't know your way around a wrench get some help. The injectors and pump might actually come with the kit to so....
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I know my way around a wrench. Just never installed a turbo. The kit comes with everything but injectors and pump which is its only downfall.
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Well then you will be fine! Well I'd say the 60's so you have room to grow. I know plenty of people who run 42's but its all in what your goals will be
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I have 42's and will be switching them out this Spring for 60's. I should've went with them in the first place since 42's are pretty much passed a safe level of use around 450.
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If your still shopping around, give quick time turbo a call. They have great customer service and the owner builds the kit to what you have and everything he's a great guy!

(502)331-3556 here's his number
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I really appreciate it.ill give you a holler if I have any more questions. Thanks again
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Anytime brotha!
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