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Ok, this is gonna be long but if you guys could look this over and tell me approxamitely how much hp at the flywheel it will give me ...individually.
Turbo & Intercooler (Alpine)
2.5" Exhaust (HVE)
Ceramic Coated 4-1 Headers (HVE)
Carbon Fiber CAI (HVE)
BBTB (Sharkracing)
Also wondering if I'm leaving anything out here and if what ...what do i need? This is all for 2.0 (2001). Thanks <img src=/images/forums/snitz/angel.gif width=25 height=20 border=0>


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First off, you can't have a turbo, exhaust header, and HVe cold air intake all at the same time.

But I'd guess with the Alpine kit you'll see <i>maybe</i> 180hp to the wheels.


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Thanks, so ...ok with turbo 180 at wheels ...does that include the exhaust and BBTB ...and what else could be done for more horse.

I'm not the most mechanical person.


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I'd suggest going with a different turbo kit.

The Alpine kit comes with a small TD04 turbo and a relatively small intercooler.

We will be selling a turbo kit here soon, and KORE is also working on a kit.


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ok, was just wondering overall everything i could do (in a turbo direction) that i could do to my car and how much much approximate power i can get ...without going to the extremes and adding an engine in the trunk or nitrous.<img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0>


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i thought turbos could add up to 100% hp to a car?


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I actually does.. at the engine power it should be around 230hp. yet the hp mentioned above is at wheels ^^ which is engine hp - the weight of the body. Should be around 180 @ wheels..


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hehe yeah i feel stupid now! i was just re-reading the post and i noticed he said at the wheels :p my bad sorry bout that


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Your only limitation in How much HP you can make is the thickness of your wallet.

With just the Alpine turbo kit and a 3" exhaust, tuned properly, 200 to 225 to the wheels should be possible. However, plan on spending another $2000-$3000 on top of the cost of the alpine kit to make that happen.

As others have stated before, headers won't work with a turbo.

Other things you should consider to increase your HP output of the Alpine turbo kit.

Bored Throttle Body
Bored Intake Manifold
Ported head, and re-worked valves
Better pistions (lower compression)
Stronger Rods
Stronger clutch
Stronger axles
Quaife Limited Slip Differential
Haltec EK6

I highly suggest you buy Corkey Bell's book Maximum Boost and read it cover to cover several times before you lay down your hard earned cash on a turbo kit from ANYONE! It will be the best $20 you ever spent on a car mod (if you plan on going turbo that is)


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Your only limitation in How much HP you can make is the thickness of your wallet.

With just the Alpine turbo kit and a 3" exhaust, tuned properly, 200 to 225 to the wheels should be possible. However, plan on spending another $2000-$3000 on top of the cost of the alpine kit to make that happen.

As others have stated before, headers won't work with a turbo.

Other things you should consider to increase your HP output of the Alpine turbo kit.

Bored Throttle Body
Bored Intake Manifold
Ported head, and re-worked valves
Better pistions (lower compression)
Stronger Rods
Stronger clutch
Stronger axles
Quaife Limited Slip Differential
Haltec EK6

I highly suggest you buy Corkey Bell's book Maximum Boost and read it cover to cover several times before you lay down your hard earned cash on a turbo kit from ANYONE! It will be the best $20 you ever spent on a car mod (if you plan on going turbo that is)


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could you give us an ISBN?


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thanks random, i'll check into that book
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