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Old 06-14-2010, 12:55 PM
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question about turbo on a h22

alright so i have a h22 engine with a h23 tranny on it now i want to throw the turbo on but i want decent parts on it so im think ebay piping and intercooler and buying a hks or greddy manifold, thena good turbo and blowoff vavle. but im wondering does anyone else know of any other reliable brands when it comes to turboed parts if so would love to know some. and my last question is im only pressing 7 psi when i put this on because i dont want to **** my motor up, but do i need to build up the block for 7 opounds or can i leave it stock and still be okay.
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Re: question about turbo on a h22

SEARCH THERES A WHOLE SECTION ON TURBO!
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Re: question about turbo on a h22

^^what he said. i have heard of people running up to 8psi on stock block but its kinda a hit and miss thing especially if you run it hard. if you gona do it might aswell do it right the 1st time and build ur block so u dont F nething up.
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Re: question about turbo on a h22

Ok, before you do anything else, read this --> So, you wanna go turbo, huh?

Read that? Read it again.

After you've read it a couple times (and the information has sunk in) ensure that before you start your build that the engine (and fuel system and everything else) is in good general health. You may find that the standard fuel pump isn't up to the increased demand of a boosted setup for example, or that your rings aren't quite dead, but won't hold 7psi.

Everything else you can find by searching the countless threads that have already answered your every question.
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