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Junkyard Turbo

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by menemeth, Nov 12, 2003.

  1. menemeth

    menemeth Junior Member

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    Thinking about hittinng the junkyard and scavageing parts to put a turbo system on a stock 98 civix dx d16y7 eninnge. and suggestion on the type of turbo i should look for the will fit in the eninge bay with out having to remove the ac? also how easy oof an installtion would this be?
     
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    JDMilan Senior Member

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    14b mitsu turbo, Starion intercooler, mitsu 1st gen BOV, and 88 DX manifold,
     
  4. Grocery(7ett2

    Grocery(7ett2 Junior Member

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    then you need engine management, wastegate, and chargepipe...and many other small items
     
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    TEC-II or III... if you have the money :p
     
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    yes and it's all true but still you can have a decent turbo kit for under 1g
     
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