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Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by darwins_vtech, Feb 29, 2004.

  1. darwins_vtech

    darwins_vtech Senior Member

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    I am newer to the whole turbo setup. I was going to do a supercharger until i found out that they don't give as much, Bang For the Buck. What is the list of nessessities in buying a turbo kit. What is better, The Rev Hard kit, or the Drag Kit. I have found them both for the same cost of 2999. but I don't know which is better. I don't want to go insanely fast but I want something to lively up the B16 I got. they are becoming to standard and I am sick of being to close with the V8 "hotrods". I want to embarse them and make them think twice. I want to know what is needed . BOV,wastegate,.... if you guys could plz, help.

    Darin
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    the drag manifold sucks.
    the revhard is a little better.
    the inlinepro is the way to go for log-style, but you won't get a full kit out of it.

    list?

    mani
    downpipe
    turbo
    intercooler
    piping
    couplings
    wastegate
    boost controller if you want more boost than the WG spring offers
    blow off valve
    oil feed/return lines
    larger (3") exhaust
    some kind of intake/filter for turbo for street use
    1 of the following:
    • 12:1 fmu, missing link
    • 440-450cc injectors, vafc/safc to run the hack
    • standalone (hondata, aem ems, haltec, etc) + larger injectors sized to application
    gauges to monitor (egt, oil pressure, boost)

    have a look at this site for a basic setup: http://www.cse.uconn.edu/~yelevich/turbo/turbo.html
     
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