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Old 12-28-2007, 09:26 AM
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GReddy bolt on Turbo Kit

I have been looking to get the GReddy kit for my 97 S model. I looked at the turbo-supercharger thread for some answers and didn't find any. My question is has anybody bought the kit and tried to put it on yet? I was wondering yeah sure its a kit, but what else do you have to buy to make it complete? (like waistgate, blowoff valve, innercooler, etc.)

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Old 12-31-2007, 10:46 AM
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you dont have to buy anything else, its a complete kit
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Old 01-02-2008, 01:11 PM
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Hey thanks, thought I would never get an answer on this one.

I'm going to build the lower end a bit to be able to withstand a turbo upgrade. I have been looking into some rods and pistons. Does anyone recommend a brand to get? I want to lower the compression a bit I'd like to get 9:1.
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wiesco, JE, or mahle pistons
eagle, crower, or pauter rods
darton, laskey racing, or AV engineering sleeves
honda or ACL bearings
ARP headbolts and rod bolts
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Thanks I will, I've already added them to my wish list. Project for 2008-2009. First thing first locating a used but low mileage H22A4.

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does that kit come with fuel upgrades? i would sleeve the block iff your going to build it.
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already on the list of things to do. It does come with injectors and, I think it even comes with the GReddy's engine management system.

I have also been looking into fuel rails
fuel pump
fuel pressure regulator
skunk 2 intake and throttle body
skunk 2 street turbo stage 2 cams
valves
springs
retainers
list goes on and on

This will be a slow build but in the end it will be well worth it.
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