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Old 09-03-2012, 10:25 AM   #1
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I stumbled upon the website today and saw some good deals on turbo kits. Has anyone bought from them or have any experience with them? Are they good kits?
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Kits are ok. Their normal turbos are crap. Either upgrade through them or buy them seperate. You'll need different wastegates as well
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Quite a few people run them on fox bodys. I've not heard of a lot in 2vs tho
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Kits are ok. Their normal turbos are crap. Either upgrade through them or buy them seperate. You'll need different wastegates as well
+1 I know some people have had fitment issues as well. It's a toss up for me as to whether I want to buy the On3 kit or just shell out the money for a Hellion
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The on3 forward facing kit for the 2v is a very good kit. As said above upgrading the turbo and waste gate is a good idea. There are several guys running them on other sites with great success. I know one guy personally who bought the kit and didn't upgrade anything at all and He made 501/525 at 11psi!!!!
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The on3 forward facing kit for the 2v is a very good kit. As said above upgrading the turbo and waste gate is a good idea. There are several guys running them on other sites with great success. I know one guy personally who bought the kit and didn't upgrade anything at all and He made 501/525 at 11psi!!!!
Just making sure cuz I saw it and for the price I thought it might be a lil too good to be true.
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Just making sure cuz I saw it and for the price I thought it might be a lil too good to be true.
Base kits are like $1700 but a "full" kit will be around $3500. You will need a "full" kit.
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Base kits are like $1700 but a "full" kit will be around $3500. You will need a "full" kit.
What will a full kit consist of? Not very familiar with turbos.
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Just throwing this out there since you arent very familiar with the turbo setups, they will require a tubular k-member to be installed. There is no way around this
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Just throwing this out there since you arent very familiar with the turbo setups, they will require a tubular k-member to be installed. There is no way around this
Yea I was aware of the tubular k member being a must.
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