Originally posted by Clean2k1Shark
Well, in my continued search for power without spending a TON of money, I've decided to try turbo, once again, since I'm a little over the nitrous stuff. My friends and I were talking about the small amount of parts we could have to run a turbo. We don't know TOO much, so don't laugh. My question is, is it possible to run a turbo at VERY low PSI with just the Exhaust Manifold and the Turbine? My guess at first was definently not, since the high heat and stuff, but what are the bare-minimums to have when running very low boost, and I mean, low low low, because I don't have a big budget. I'm going to sell the Nitrous (hint hint) and just go plain out turbo. I'm looking for deals all the time, but just knowing what I REALLY need just to get going in the first place is what I'm after, then when I decide to go higher boost, I'll get the more necessary stuff.
So yea, what do I need to run LOW boost (besides manifold, turbine and intercooler)
-- when I say low, i mean just low enough to ride around and say "look, i have turbo." but still be able to drive around without frying the engine. --:rambo:
(2001 Tiburon, automatic, CAI, 2.25" cat, muffler, 55 Zex)
(17.104 1/4 time -without nitrous-... shootin for 13-14's, 200whp, whatever comes first)
[Edited by Clean2k1Shark on May 22, 2003 5:44 AM]
Hi there I am still new to this sight.
I saw your posting and i am in your shoes well nearly. i have a 1995 accent and I am going to place a turbo on shortly t25 and a new cam shaft BD10 hoping to reach a good lump of BHp what do you think?
The system will work on a suck trought system!!