I think your best bet is going to be the PHR street turbo. It will even allow you to keep the stock MAS. I think it should put out upwards of 500rwhp.
Hmmm...interesting. What does it come with? what else would I need to install it? boost limits?$upraMan said:You could buy mine. I have a brand new RPS kit with turbonetics T64 ball bearing turbo & a HKS Type R FMIC. $6K + shipping for both. You save about $1,200 from what I paid. These are brand new.
Just don't crank up the boost until you get fuel installed. The turbo will support 600+ rwhp.
PRS kit: comes w/ SS equal length header (swain coated), Turbonetics WG, HKS BOV, Air Filter, 3" polished intake pipe, shorty downpipe (swain coated), full lenght downpipe, pipe that connects the WG (swain coated), all lines & fittings, Turbonetics T64 ball bearing turbo, polished compressor housing, 0.81 A/R, heat sheild and maybe a couple of other things I've forgotten about. Basically, the complete RPS kit w/ a bunch of extras.Mr. Drummond said:
Hmmm...interesting. What does it come with? what else would I need to install it? boost limits?
Obviously, this depends on what you mean by "doing it right." 20K is very high, unless you're including everything from gauges to upgraded cooling system to cams...WinglessTurbo said:I don't know too much about single seeing how I'm still running stocks but to do it right, Andi calculated it out to be about (I think) 20K. There is alot more to going single than just the turbo, if your going to do it "right" I would at least talk to a serious mechanic before doing it instead of relying on people like me with second or third hand knowledge Hope this helps.