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Old 08-26-2011, 03:12 AM
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Buying Turbo Kit

Hey guys i need a quick opinion on this used turbo kit and i was wondering what else i would need on a completely stock lude if i was to take it to a shop to get it installed and how much it would all cost to install....please let me know here's the link to the kit

Honda prelude Turbonetics kit for sale H22 - Oakville / Halton Region Engine, Engine Parts For Sale - Kijiji Oakville / Halton Region Canada.

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Re: Buying Turbo Kit

that's confusing. it says its missing a downpipe, but then says the DP is ceramic coated

other than the downpipe, you'll also need oil feed/return lines, coolant lines, gauges (not necessary, but VERY handy!), random vacuum tubing, and a dumptube. i don't know alot about that MSD boost timing master, but i'd ditch that for a chipped OBD1 ECU.


but for $1600, that's a VERY good deal for an 80% complete kit, i'd jump on it.
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Probably also want iron sleeves, forged lower comp pistons and matching rods. Can always try running low boost on the stock internals if you want though.
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Probably also want iron sleeves, forged lower comp pistons and matching rods. Can always try running low boost on the stock internals if you want though.
Doubt he's looking to build the motor dude. It will be fine on stock as long as it gets a good tune.
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