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Upgrade Turbo For R34 Gtt Manual


joek
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Hi, guys... I just bought my R34 GT-t not long. (have not much knowledge about turbo cars ) Up to this minute, my modification is pretty simple:

1. Apexi pod filter

2. Front mount intercooler

3. apexi turbo back exhaust

4. blitz BOV

I am just wondering which turbo should I buy (not necessary to be extremely powerful :D) such that i can direct bolt on without too much modifications on the pipings?

Also, my car constantly have back-fire, is that if i buy a safc will help?

How much does it usually cost for a normal tuning?

cheers everyone

Joe

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theres a fair bit of info you need will before you just can just "get a bigger turbo". it would be certainly maxing out your current turbocharger as this will give you the most fun and response on the street (ie: turbo lag)

if i was you i would do the following

good cold air intake (with heat shield / box and route cold air to it)

apexi powerfc ecu

boost controller (apexi powerfc add-on one is fine)

3" split dump exhaust from batmbl (on the forums)

some good tyres and suspension

get it tuned and it should be nice and snappy and make some good power

with a larger turbo comes more lag, heat and stress. before you consider a new turbocharger you will need

aftermarket ecu

aftermarket injectors

cold air intake setup

good tyres

good suspension

aftermarket fuel pump

at least 3" split dump exhaust and 3" front pipe and 3" cat back and 3" hiflow cat

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Firstly, set a power goal for yourself.

Bear in mind the stock motor limit is around 260rwkw

So, once youve set a power goal

Have a read of here:

http://www.skylinesaustralia.com/forums/in...showtopic=66556

There are lots of threads on what you need before you get to the turbo stage

And then have a look here, at the results

http://www.skylinesaustralia.com/forums/in...showtopic=55845

Both are sticky threads in this very section... just incase your wondering how i found em

:D

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Thank you so much for your help.... Sorry to trouble u again....

How about HKS2535? I read this forum for the past few hours, apparently it's pretty good for street use. But what do i need to do for that? thanks again

Joe

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But what do i need to do for that?
with a larger turbo comes more lag, heat and stress. before you consider a new turbocharger you will need

aftermarket ecu

aftermarket injectors

cold air intake setup

good tyres

good suspension

aftermarket fuel pump

at least 3" split dump exhaust and 3" front pipe and 3" cat back and 3" hiflow cat

:D

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Thanks for that... Coz i was confused that I saw quite a few mates on this forum, just changed their fuel pumps without touching the ECU, injectors that kind of things can still bring up pretty good power.

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