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Old 12-13-2013, 10:22 AM
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Old 12-13-2013, 11:40 AM
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Has anyone tried this yet? I'm curious if it will decrease the risk of failure with higher boost levels?
Is it 'hyper-balanced'?
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Thats sweet looking!
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Soooooooo, whose gonna order one with me?
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Whoa that's sweet! We need more details!!
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is this for a stock turbo?
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I like it... But not enough to be the first one to install it. I wonder what the power gains are?


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Old 12-17-2013, 09:41 AM
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I like it... But not enough to be the first one to install it. I wonder what the power gains are?


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There's a dyno chart with before and after numbers on the bottom.

If it's a reliable install that seems like it wouldn't throw codes, or even be noticeable by a dealer to void warranty without tearing turbo apart, it could likely be a very viable modification.

I wonder if it requires a tuner to monitor/adjust the higher turbo psi, and if so, I wonder if any tuners have tunes for them yet. Seems like it would just be a drop in and go install.
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There's a dyno chart with before and after numbers on the bottom.

If it's a reliable install that seems like it wouldn't throw codes, or even be noticeable by a dealer to void warranty without tearing turbo apart, it could likely be a very viable modification.

I wonder if it requires a tuner to monitor/adjust the higher turbo psi, and if so, I wonder if any tuners have tunes for them yet. Seems like it would just be a drop in and go install.
Ohh. Didn't see, I was on their mobile site on my phone.


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