Is it possible to get up to 400 crank hp in a reliable condition with a turbo and obviously other mods? Sorry if its a stupid question thanks....
Sounds logical enough, but unfortunately it doesn't really work that way with turbo conversions (and yes, I've been down this road before). The reality is, you have to spend a big wad of cash all in one go. And you may also find that if you don't do it all at once, you'll end up spending money on things in phase one that have to be thrown away in phase 2 to make way for a more expensive part... definitely not the most cost-effective way to go about it.YoungNStupid83 said:I guess the reason i dont wanna switch is because id rather spend my money in small increments makin a lil hp here and there
You'll have to throw it away when you go turbo.
-aaron garney intake
Won't deliver 400hp, so if that's your ultimate goal you should start with something better.
This is the only modification I would recommend before installing the turbo.
-custom 3" exhaust
With no other mods? 250hp, if you're lucky (your fuel system is the biggest limiting factor here).
what else would everyone suggest and how many hp should i get from the stuff above thanks again.....
If you mean FWHP is flywheel horsepower then that's only 10 more than a stock 85. 10 hp won't lower your times that much.Square said:They put a small turbo on the regular P type supra which raised it to 170 FWHP.
The Politically Correct weenies in the MKIII forum started yelling at me because I didn't compromise and said outright the term ****** Rigging. Sigh._HOT_M16 said:then again, i have been "afro-engineering" car repair for a few years now...