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Alrite... so I have a 95 NA rite now looking to go NA-T... been looking for kits and found these three talked about the most... so heres the comparisons....

**F-MAX**
FMAX Supra Turbo Kits Include:
- T04E-60 Turbonetics Turbo
- FMAX Cast-Steel Turbo Manifold
- FMAX 3" Mandrel-Bent Downpipe
- Turbonetics 35mm External Wastegate
- Spearco Front-Mount Intercooler
- MF2 ERL 3D Map Injector Controller
- MSD Boost Timing Manager (BTM)
- 440cc Lucas Fuel Injectors (2)
- Turbonetics Bypass Valve (BOV)
- 3 Bar Map Sensor
- S&B Air Filter
- All Necessary Hardware & Fittings For Engines: 2JZGE
Boost: 8 PSI
HP Gain: 120+ WHP (safely on stock engine)
Turbo Effiency: 500hp
Direct Bolt-On: Yes
Warranty: 1 Year
COST: $4400

**PHR**
-HPC heat coated cast-steel exhaust manifold for the ultimate in reliability
-Garrett GT60 turbocharger with polished compressor housing,
-external 50mm wastegate,
-stainless steel oil feed and drain lines,
-2.5” mandrel bent aluminum intercooler piping,
-HKS 600x300x65mm front mounted intercooler core,
-3” HPC heat coated exhaust downpipe,
-3” HPC heat coated midpipe,
-Vortech Fuel Management Unit (Fuel Pressure Regulator),
-Walbro in-tank fuel pump upgrade,
-K&N Air Filter,
-3” aluminum air inlet piping,
-and all hardware necessary for a complete install.
Power gains : 310-320rwhp AT , 320-330 rwhp MT
COST: $5300

**BoostLogic***
-Boost Logic 321SS Tubular Manifold 1 5/8” Tubing and 1/2” Thick 321SS Flanges
-(Turbo’s with a 4” inlet clears the distributor. Manifold fits a turbo up to a T76)
-T61 Turbo w/ T4 flange
-HKS 40mm Wastegate
-3” SS304 Polished Downpipe w/ Flex Joint
-3” SS304 Polished Midpipe
-SS304 Polished Dump Tube
-2 ½” Polished Aluminum IC piping
-3” Polished Aluminum Intake Pipe
-Boost Logic FMIC Kit
-Boost Logic NA-T SS Braided Oil Feed and Return Kit w/ Aeroquip fittings
-3” K&N Filter
-K&N Breathers
-Walbro GSS341 255HP Fuel Pump w/ Install Kit
-All necessary clamps and bolts for installation
BL Price: $4499.00

Hope this help you turbo seekers.....
for those of u that have any of these systems or wanna give insight... whos better? and adv. and disadv. of each system?? thanks!
 
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I personally would go with Boost Logic. Kit is an amazing kit and you won't be disappointed in anyway. Kean and the gang are a fun bunch to talk to and very helpful with us question people.

Ryan
 

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this is a great thing for people that keep asking questions about going NA-T and a useful checklist for us that are piecing together things from used places and others that can help us gather parts cost-efficiently.
the only suggestion I could say is that comparison of hp gains is only complete on the F-Max kit and what kinda options do we have for variations from these people, i.e. diff. turbos to get different results...
but great post.
 

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chuboy.....did u buy the car listed by a coworker on this site? alan friedman is the real seller....black n/a 5 spd w/ spoiler?
 

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o yeah....i vote phr...but u need to get the stage 2 kit....thats what i want to do - 440-550 rwhp....yeah...nice
 
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You can buy any kit but they usually don't come with fuel. Maybe a couple additional injectors. Stage two kits usually do on the other hand. You can make any turbo kit pump high numbers with the proper amount of fuel. Bigger injectors, dual fuel pumps, fuel rail and some type of electronics or piggy back to push that set up. Fuel set ups are pricey... Last time I checked they were around $2,000 for the na.
 

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Operation NA-T said:
You can buy any kit but they usually don't come with fuel. Maybe a couple additional injectors. Stage two kits usually do on the other hand. You can make any turbo kit pump high numbers with the proper amount of fuel. Bigger injectors, dual fuel pumps, fuel rail and some type of electronics or piggy back to push that set up. Fuel set ups are pricey... Last time I checked they were around $2,000 for the na.
or you could get a set of 440 injectors from a MKIII turbo and run a Lexus AFM, a walbro 255, and an AFC to bind them all :)
its enough fuel for most of the people on this forum with NA-Ts
 
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