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Old 07-17-2009, 10:40 PM   #1
CasperForester
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I was wondering what is the pro's and con's of the kit? I have a 2000 forester, I can get my hands on a spare motor and trans. I was thinking about boosting the spare motor and trans. That way i have one motor and trans that are still runable incase the turbo is just to much. What do you guys/gals think? Like do it if I have the money for just wrx swap it?
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Old 07-18-2009, 03:13 PM   #2
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Do you mean AVO turbo kit? I doubt a kit for a Chevi Aveo kit would fit all that well on your car. If you are wondering what the pros and cons are, why don't you do a simple search to find out? It's been discussed many times. I do not whether the AVO it fits the Forester or not.

If you got the money for a WRX swap, I would just do that unless you know what you're doing.
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Old 07-18-2009, 07:54 PM   #3
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well I have been looking into both the wrx swap, the avo kit, and a home made kit(which is pretty much everything off a wrx and bolt it onto my car). But I don't know what route to take, 4k for the avo kit, about 4k for the swap, and I pretty much have made a list of parts I was wanting to do to my car.
which is:
motor:800
trans: roughly 400
TDO4 turbo: anywhere from 400+
up&down pipe: depends on who I go thro
turbo cross member: 600
TMIC: depends on source
jdm turbo hood: about 400 used


So I mean it depends on what everyone else has done sucessfully. and made it work, the avo kit i havn't heard much, the swap I have only seen a few done..
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