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hello fellow mkiii owners....i recently purchased my 89 turbo 5spd, hence im new to the mkiii world. i was jus wondering if there is any difference between a jap spec ct-26 n a us spec. im sorry if this question has been discussed before!!

thanks in advance!!!
 

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Akai Suisei - 赤い彗星
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i believe thare are the same
 

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MK3_Legend said:
Welcome....! I don't think there are any differences.
thanks for welcoming....n for the info!! wat would be a reasonable power capability with exhaust, downpipe, manual boostcontroller, intake n 12 or 13 psi!! oh yeah i am planning to do the headgasket n the arp headstuds before!!
 

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Unless you manage to find one from a Turbo A. Or you can possibly find an upgraded stocker. Thats pretty common.

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Fuel cut is at 12 psi. It takes a lil tuning and some electronics to get u past there. 10 psi is a very stong place to be in a mk3, and easily done by a stock turbo.
 

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jdmuscle said:
thanks for welcoming....n for the info!! wat would be a reasonable power capability with exhaust, downpipe, manual boostcontroller, intake n 12 or 13 psi!! oh yeah i am planning to do the headgasket n the arp headstuds before!!
I'd say 280-300rwhp. I made 280 on 13psi, but my motor wasnt the strongest thing ever :(
 

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Supra87T said:
Unless you manage to find one from a Turbo A. Or you can possibly find an upgraded stocker. Thats pretty common.

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Fuel cut is at 12 psi. It takes a lil tuning and some electronics to get u past there. 10 psi is a very stong place to be in a mk3, and easily done by a stock turbo.

fuel cut is dependant on a few things, not just cut and dry number

ive gone as high as 14 before with no fuelcut. :dunno:
 
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