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turbo or JRSC

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by sleeper_tegNJ, Jul 30, 2004.

  1. sleeper_tegNJ

    sleeper_tegNJ Junior Member

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    well? I just gots a new teg, well its used but new to me, ;) and i want to now what y'all think i should do. turbo or JRSC? :blink:
     
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    allbottledup Senior Member

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    turbo...any day of the week
     
  3. sleeper_tegNJ

    sleeper_tegNJ Junior Member

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    how come tho, those JRSC are sick. itsa gsr :ph34r:
     
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    sleeper_tegNJ Junior Member

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    haha yo i just noticed i joined today at 12:34 :lol:
     
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    integraenthusiest Senior Member

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    go turbo, alot of room for more power compared to a supercharger.
     
  6. sleeper_tegNJ

    sleeper_tegNJ Junior Member

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    aight so what type turbo? T34?
     
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    hybrid89 thistownsucks...

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    sleeper_tegNJ Junior Member

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    hybrid89 thistownsucks...

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    piece your own together, maybe a t3/t4 hybrid. you want something small-med in size, nothing huge. Most bolt in kits suck. I just installed a rev hard kit on my buddies GSR powered EG- what a pile. the Turbo, wastegate and BOV wher good, but rev hard doesn't make those. they just manufacture the shitty cast manifold, down pipe and out source all the little parts that make up a kit. I am so anti-kit.

    matt
     
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    MaaseyRacer Senior Member

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    depends on what you want out of it, and what you want to do with it, if you want a motor that will make butt loads of horsepower, but will have power lag. Or if you want a drag race/street car then go turbo. If you want bottom end off the line, and strong midrange, with instant responce then go with the JSRC. There are a lot of aftermarket parts coming out for the JSRC including pullies and screws. Will be very strong on auto-x type courses, and street courses.
     
  11. allbottledup

    allbottledup Senior Member

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    a bunch of my friends use drag kits, some say greddy is the easiest install..or if you want to spend the money full race is the best i have heard about so far
     
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    NotUrAverage_Si Senior Member

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    GReddy is a good beginner kit for someone not looking for a grip of power and keeping it at relatively low boost levels.

    Later on if you want more power sell it and get a full-race turbo kit full-race and then one of these S200w/boost
     
  13. pissedoffsol

    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    i think you need to read for a couple months.

    seriously.

    "y0! plase dat shiz on mah rid3 so i can b da fasssstest y0"
    A- won't fly around here
    B- you hve a lot to learn about cars before you learn about boosting cars.

    money will only take you so far.
     
  14. beerbongskickass

    beerbongskickass Senior Member

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    Do your research, then piece together a custom turbo kit and chip your own ECU.
     
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