Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: In The Firey Pits Of HELL!!! NC, 27545
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this might be a stupid question, but why turbo it? these are high compression engines anyway, IMO keep it NA... if you want more power, upgrade your engine and internals(which is a pain but better than replacing vital parts more often...) As light as these cars can be... a 200-250 should be more than anyone really needs...
If you have an eta, swap for the "I" engne and build it before it goes in... if you still feel the same way, then turbo it...
Turbos couldnt possably beat Oldschool Mechanical Tunning could it? besides a correctly built motor will be able to handle more tunning than an old tired one...
just my .02, good luck anyways
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