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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-15-2012, 09:13 PM Thread Starter
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Turbo questions.

Looking for a good turbo that has the capability of making good power (nothing to crazy) and that whistles nice and loud and also maybe a few other things I could ad to help it out such as cold air intakes and such. Thanks guys!!
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Re: Turbo questions.

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Re: Turbo questions.

38R and a 6637 intake and you will have all the whistle you can handle and will allow for power increases.

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X3.............you may want to add bellowed uppipes and a non evb base.
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Re: Turbo questions.

Two options: 38r or 38r.

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Ok thanks guys was also thinking a set of injectors while I had the head off to stud I was thinking 100hp is that to big or to small? And are there any types of delets I should be doing
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Whoever is selling you 100hp injectors...... Stay away from them. Psd injector builders don't use HP to rate the size of them, they use how Mich cc's of fuel they flow and the % over stock the Nozzles flow.
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Also don't remove the heads and disturb the gaskets just for studs. Its been done before one at a time.

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So I can change the studs without pulling heads? And yea I changed and got stage three injectors that are measured in cc
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Yes. Research it. There are some tricks to it but it works. Research a usename Vanderchevy I think. Irememer him doing it.

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