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another noob turbo thread

alright so i have a 97 prelude. im looking into turboing it stock internals running like 6 psi. and i was wondering if the gt2056 is a good turbo for it? was looking at this manifold http://www.cxracing.com/mm5/merchant...gory_Code=HDMF

any better manifolds? for intercooler i figured id probably have to weld up the piping myself to fit it right. also id like to mention a lot of this is hypothetical and probably wont come close to happeneing for a long long time.
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6psi is nothing to a small turbo. you probably wont even notice you even have a turbo. the best turbo to run on a stock motor is no turbo but people still do it. doesn't matter what turbo you get. what matters is how soon your ringlands give out and youll need to pull the whole motor out.
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It really is nothing. That's a lot of money to spend on an entire set up for a couple HP. You could probably get the same results out of a nice heavy cam/dual springs and the lift of a cam would actually give you some better TQ numbers. just my .02.
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im running 8.5psi on my bmw stock twin turbos and I cant even tell I have turbo lol. 8psi on my prelude with a 60 trim turbo felt like a lambo pulling.
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