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post #1 of 13 Old 04-04-2011, 07:30 PM Thread Starter
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Purshased Turbo kit and now what to do?

Hi, I'm looking for an expert advice!

I purshased a T3/T4 Turbo light Kit to my Hyundai Getz 1.4L 2009.

- What other accesories I need to install among the one below mentioned.

- PSI setup (.2 or .5 bar?)

I want to drive my car only on streets, NO RACE, NO BOOST, NO SHIFT PLAY...


My question is: Do I need to change my stock pistons for a low compress ones???


Im afraid, because I don't want to BLOW my Engine! I want my engine LAST as long as a stock NA one.



My Turbo Kit cames with:

(1) Hybrid Turbo Charger:
.57 compressor wheel trim mapped for low and high boost setups
Oil fitting gaskets & mounting studs included
Capable of producing over 450 horsepower
Wet float bearings & properly balanced
3" inlet diameter with a 2" outlet
50 A/R compressor housing
.63 A/R turbine housing
1/8 NPT oil inlet
T3/T4 hybrid

(1) Front Mount Intercooler:
Large design cools down the turbocharged air efficiently
Strong TIG welds will support high PSI levels
Lightweight aluminum racing intercooler
Extra thick core provides ample cooling
2.5" cold outlet & 2.5" hot inlet
Less then 2% pressure drop

(1) Universal Intercooler Piping Kit:
Lightweight yet strong aluminum piping
May necessitate light modification to fit
(16) stainless steel worm gear clamps
(2) 2.5” 90 degree silicone couplers
(6) 2.5” straight silicone couplers
(2) 90 degree 2.5” bends
(2) 60 degree 2.5” bends
(2) 45 degree 2.5” bends
(2) straight 2.5” pipes

(1) Boost Controller:
Can be setup to adjust boost PSI on the fly
Can be adjusted for any PSI level desired
Control your boost with a precise click
Includes complete install kit
Anodized aluminum finish
CNC machined design

(1) Slim Cooling Fan:
Fan can be used to cool: A/C condenser, oil or transmission cooler, mounting on an intercooler to prevent heat soak, or cooling a a2w radiator
Slim design provides excellent engine bay clearance
Includes the mounting tabs for a easy zip tie install
Reversible design can either pull or push air
Versatility of a push/pull reversible fan
Superior flow of a curved-blade design
Creates additional aftermarket cooling
1.25" thick outside perimeter
2.50" thick inside perimeter

(1) Electronic Turbo Timer:
Ensures a proper cool down for your turbocharged car every time
Includes pigtail wiring and extra wiring for ease of installation
Important to preventing premature turbo wear and failure
Mounted inside the vehicle for on the fly adjustments
Precisely calculates the cool down period for the motor
Auto mode feature creates a hassle-free operation
Increases turbocharger's operating lifespan
Bright Easy to read LED Digital Display
Failure to reduce the temperature of the turbo could result in "coking" of oil inside the turbo
Coking is the baking of oil, turning it into a grimy substance

(1) 10 Meters Heat Wrap:
Heat powers the turbochargers turbine inlet. Keep the heat inside the exhaust pipes
Heat kills the turbochargers compressor inlet. Keep the heat out of the cold piping.
Control additional engine bay heat and prevent overheating.
Keep intercooled air cooled.
Made of very high temp fiberglass.

(1) Stainless Downpipe:
2.5" Inlet
Waterjet cut 5 bolt flange.
Mandrel bent stainless steel
Beautiful TIG welds

(1) High Flow Intake Filter:
Protect the turbo system from debris
Instant HP adder
Extreme high flow
3" inlet perfectly matching the turbocharger inlet

(1) High Flow Breather Cap:
Extreme high flow
Keeps crankcase ventilation clean for emissions
Works in conjunction with the catch can to keep inside of turbo piping oil free

(1) Coolant Sensor Bung:
Monitor the water temperature via this sensor relocation
Easy solution to run aftermarket coolant sensor
Provides more precise readings then the stock location
Features 2 installation clamps for an easy add on
38mm ends fits most OEM coolant hoses
Strong Aluminum construction

(1) Non-divided T3 Flange:
Water jet cut for precision flow
Mild steel for easy welding to an adapter pipe or direct to stock manifold

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Dude, where did u get that kit? And what was the cost on it?
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You probably want to leave all that shit in it's box and sell it; that turbo's going to lag like crazy and maybe surge. Estimate the engines airflow-cfm=(LITERSxRPMxVOLUMETRIC EFFICIENCYxPRESSURE RATIO)/5660 (1.4x6500x85x1.47)/5660=200.9cfm/14.27=14lbs per minute at 1.47 pressure or 7psi, so read a compressor map Not2Fast: Turbo Efficiency Maps Id look for t25 off a junkyard DSM,Saab, or nissan plenty of others too. And of course you need a wastegate actuator, the turbo should have it on it. You need some fuel management-AEM fic and bigger injectors then get it tuned or at least a 12:1 fmu+fuel pump for low boost like 5psi. You should be able to 6-7psi with the right fueling no problem on the stock engine. You need a turbo manifold or an extension off the stock manifold, it'll probably have to be custom made. And read Maximum boost
Amazon.com: Maximum Boost: Designing, Testing, and Installing Turbocharger Systems (Engineering and Performance) (9780837601601): Corky Bell: Books Amazon.com: Maximum Boost: Designing, Testing, and Installing Turbocharger Systems (Engineering and Performance) (9780837601601): Corky Bell: Books
before you do anything else.
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Steelcoffinx3, totally agree with you. I understand the equation. Now, who will buy that shit I have in box?

Remember, I will use my car for only house - office - house. No more...

By the way, I have that book from Corky Bell
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Box it up and put it on ebay, isn't that where you got it?
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Box it up and put it on ebay, isn't that where you got it?
Yes, I got it on eGay, sorry eBay.

But before I put that piece of crap there... Do you think that there is a posibility to make a miracle with that piece of shit I purshased?

Remember, My objective is to have installed a very light turbo NOT for run, only to see it installed and ear the BOV sound (sound ridiculous), BUT at the same time avoid damage my engine as I said before lo last as long as a stock NA one can do.
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If you want the engine to last leave it NA.
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If you want the engine to last leave it NA.
In other words, you tell me don't install Turbo...
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Don't be a scaredy cat ... find an SMT6 and someone's old log manifold. Keep the poundage low and you won't even need the intercooler.

But I'd find a friend to help you ... you don't seem to know to much about this, but its not rocket science or anything ... just use some common sense, and keep it low key.


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