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early 99 to late

A buddy of mine wants to know what a good price would be for all the hardware would be to convert a early 99 to a late 99 this includes turbo and all parts needed. he knows somebody with all of it but doesnt know what its worth.
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I think that is a bit high. But prices have been going up lately. Economy is doing odd crap.

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yea yea so would a used kit with turbo and all the be worth 1k
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no. a used kit would not be worth that much

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with a turbo and intercooler?
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You don't need the intercooler. Turbo, pedistal, spyder, plenums, boots, clamps, up-pipes and collector. If you buy a used turbo, plan on rebuilding it just to be safe.

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IMO unless you are going to put a 38r on it or something its pointless to do the switch. get a D66 turbo and put on it and be done.

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