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Old 12-20-2005, 08:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Basic list of parts for a turbo setup

Howdy fellas. How about we compile a list of parts for a turbo setup.

Ill start it off

Turbo
Turbo Manifold
downpipe
Air filter + piping
piping to intake manifold
Intercooler + piping (not necessary)
Wastegate (if not internal)
Blow off Valve
ECU/Chip/Tuning or Stand Alone ECU
HFM relocation


Alright thats just quickly some off the top of my head

feel free to add to list
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fuel management, rails, pumps, Injectors, ..if your willing to spend money on standalones then i would compliment them with the above said. And a very good wide band O2 setup. And some sort of boost management, or just run it off the wastegate spring( if allowable)
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i considered putting all those in but thought about all those kits still running on factory fuel injectors...wut were they thinking?

actually i jsut read on bimmerforums that the DASC kit uses stock injectors!
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good job on this thread...should be made a sticky for all teh noobs like me to read before posting, "i wana turbo my car..wat do i need"
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Depends on the kind of ignition the car uses and the kind of ECU setup its running.

If it uses HFM, or an AFM also affects setup of it.

Required reading:
corky bells book "Maximum Boost" (turbocharging bible)

Generally considered required for acceptable performance:
RRFPR
ignition control w/ spark retard
higher rated fuel injectors
turbo
turbo manifold
custom intake and exhaust ducting
oil drain and feed
heatshielding
relocation of the o2 sensor (put enough down on the downpipe as to not hit tons of turbulence)
oil pressure gauge, boost gauge
wastegate, internal or external

highly recommended:
wide band o2
aftermarket ecu/flash programmed motronic ecu
intercooler
alcohol/methanol/water injection
friend with more knowledge then yourself


Also required:
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Maximum Boost is the best book ever. $30 well spent!
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Good comments. Considering having a turbo in my 99 M3 but debating the thousands that some performance shops want to install it. wondering if doing the labor myself and then taking it somewhere for tunning... (never installed a turbo before but handy in mechanics)
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