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Old 07-01-2001, 07:16 PM   #1
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ok i am planning to do piston heads, valves, valve springs and camshafts. which mean i am going n/a then to turbo
i want to be perpare for the power i am going to get from the turbo.
i was told that if went n/a first and got to high of a compression ratio in the engine
i can't run the turbo, b/c of the compression
is that ture
b/c after the turbo
i am putting a nos kit in there too,
any one with advice and sugguestion.
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