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Turbo Plans

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by VTECPOWER, Jul 10, 2005.

  1. VTECPOWER

    VTECPOWER Senior Member

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    I'm going to start to piece together a turbo kit for my b16, and will put it on during the winter time when ill have a beater to drive.
    What size turbo should I be looking into? Ive heard t3 super 60?
    Im going to get a tial 38mm wg and a precision fmic, also the turbo, from louis@ctsturbo.com
    I need some places to buy things like exhaust manifold, oil lines, charges pipes, bov, and any other random things i may need, also what's good for fuel management? Should i buy a laptop and get uberdata or chrome? Something like that.
    Also need some injectors, dsm 450cc's? i dont know whether to stay obd0 or go obd1, get the p28? w/ conversion harness?
    My goals is atleast 220whp stock block stock head, just tuned well.
     
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    What kind of power curve do you want? Learn how to read compressor maps and pick the turbo on your own.
     
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    I want early spooling turbo that holds boost to the redline. Not some huge thing that all the power comes on at 6krpms.
     
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    Ok- then do the math on your engine's flow capacity through redline, then find a turbo with a compressor small enough to flow at an efficient level through that flow level.
     
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    Sorry, i'm a turbo n00b, but are there some good sites to purchase a bov, and oil lines/fitings, and things like that?
     
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    if you stay obd0 i think you gotta use turbo edit. uberdata and chrome are both obd1 I believe. the 450's will probably do the job, they are way cheaper than anything else. if you end up going with a program like uberdata, I've got a laptop I may not need by that time. It's only purpose is tuning, seeing as it has a 1 gig hard drive...If you need it by that time i'll let it go for practically free.
    as for the oil lines...you can do them yourself or buy a kit. I'm getting my from fast-turbo.com all the other stuff i got off ebay and forums.
     
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