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okay I think I got this now but, I have a couple of questions about modifing a normal turbo. let me know If I'm wrong at any time. let say I start at the exhaust manifold, is that the same as a header or not, anyway say I start there and go thrn to my turbo's turbine. which spins the compressor and cause the compressor to suck in the ambient air from the air filter,then compesses it , from there I know it should go to an intercooler, but is it mandatory. Can you just go from the compressor straight to the intake manifold?
I know that the exhaust gasses is hot but after being compressed wont it be cooler.

And about the bypass valve, can you install a bypass valve before the turbo to bypass the turbo completely. and just let the gasses go straight to the exhaust piping and out to the muffler.
the reason is the run the car normally if anything were to happen to the turbo and I wanted the car to function normally.
now that I think about I would need two. one at the exhaust and one for inlet air. so when I'm not using the turbo air can still get into the air intake, kinda like a normal CAI


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to clear up things, i'm assuming you mean blow off valve not bypass valve.



whats the difference between the two.
I was thinking with the bypass valve I could bypass the turbo completely, not having anything moving as far as the turbo, and have the exhaust gases that would be used for the turbo just go straight to the exhaust and out the muffler.
If a blow off valve will do that then yes ,if not...well you know what I'm saying


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You certainly could work in some sort of manual bypass to your turbo and your intake, but space would be at a premium, in fact, all that extra tubing might not fit at all. And is all of that work really necessary? If your concern is avoiding engine wear because of running under pressure too much, then maybe a boost controller is all you need.


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You certainly could work in some sort of manual bypass to your turbo and your intake, but space would be at a premium, in fact, all that extra tubing might not fit at all. And is all of that work really necessary? If your concern is avoiding engine wear because of running under pressure too much, then maybe a boost controller is all you need.


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exactly what does a boost controller do and how does it go into the tubing


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I will post when I get home from work, wasting too much time right now, an hour from this post I will be home


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oh **** lol i didnt read the post. my bad. no what you are talking about is not a blow off valve. i deleted my other post as to not confuse anyone.


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If you really want to learn about Turbo's and how they work pick up Maximum Boost.
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That book will give more info than you could ever want to know about turbo's in every configuration.


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I cant find the damn thing


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http://www.bn.com

or

http://www.amazon.com

They both have it.


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Borders and Barnes and Nobles both carry it.


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There's the beauty of hyundaiperformance.com. I couldn't get into the forums since my last post, but it doesn't matter as others were quick to step up and give the needed information. Anyway, that book looks very good, if I ever get to the point of running a turbo in my Accent, I will certainly get it if not before than just for the sake of having it.


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