Turbo 2v info

Benni614

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So I been trying to help alot of people out when it comes to turbos and the 2v.
This is very easy to decide in my opinion due to dollar amount vs hp.
The kit itself is simple and honestly helps out alot because you actually upgrade your front end suspension.
You will need these to make it work
A good running 2v
Manual or auto the only difference is the 12%-15% loss for auto.
Upr k member kit. (A ARMS COILOVERS AND K MEMBER)
on3 single or twin turbo kit your choice here.
60lb injectors
255 or better fuel pump
Boost a pump
Slot style maf
Ngk tr plugs but I recommend brisk spark plugs. The electrode doesn't protrude into the cylinder like the tr6 plugs which can burn that tip of causing engine failure as it did my old engine. Both works but it helps to know more
Stock 70mm tb or plenum style with manifold is perfect for the stock engine setup.
When upgrading your intake manifold to the edelbrock style it was a easy install
You can buy the intake manifold from any place
MMR bracket is needed if using stock TB
Edelbrock fuel rails and lines from modular heads hope.
You will need a adapter for the frps if you stock returnless which again is easy 30 bucks from mmr or eBay.
Thats it.
Stock motor auto turbo kit u might see 410 415 area.
Stock motor manual turno kit u might see 425 430 area.
This is all still depending on ur tune and what parts u have or have not installed.

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