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Old 02-16-2001, 09:03 PM   #1
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Question what parts would i need to build my own turbo kit?

i am considering doing this and just wanted to know what parts i would need. by the way i will most likely be useing AU spec WRX parts.
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Old 02-17-2001, 07:25 AM   #2
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the most important thing to drop money on is the fuel system for your car...the turbo and all the piping is good to have done professionally, but your fuel system is what's going to keep your engine from blowing. I would recommend getting a stand alone fuel system, not one that's boost dependant. With a stand alone system, you don't have to worry about high pressure in the fuel lines if you get big enough injectors. so as far as the fuel system goes you'll need, injectors, a fuel pressure regulator, spark plugs, new fuel pump, a fuel management unit, and I think that's it, I'm coming from the top of my head, so yep...
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