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Turbo'in the EB 4L i6 


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Posted: Tue Dec 14, 2004 1:53 pm 
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I'm just wondering whether it's worth gettin a turbo for some extra horsepower...because i dont have a large amount of money to get a large turbo just want something thats gonna give a small/decent increase thats gonna be cost effective for me...(coz i can alwayz upgrade later...rite?)
so any ideas or prices on cheapest setup would be apprieciated and yes i do have no idea bout turbos :?



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Posted: Tue Dec 14, 2004 2:08 pm 
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There's been a bit said and done in the forced induction workshop, have a browse thru some of the posts - its much easier than getting a retard like me to explain it :wink:

No such thing as a cheap setup tho. Lucky to get away under $5k.

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Posted: Wed Dec 15, 2004 5:15 pm 
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To put it in really basic boofhead wording... big motor needs big turbo, which cost big dollars... if ou dont want to invest atleast 4 grand ( and thats doing it really tight DIY everything) stick with the NA motor and do the usual little mods... extractors, chips, fiddle fiddle, blah blah
But if you want to go over 200kw/wheels then forced induction is the way to go :)
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