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    where is a good place to get a tubo setup for a good price with everything
    and will my stock motor handle it
    DOHC
    <br />Air intake
    <br />Exhaust
    <br />Pearl Paint
    <br />17 Lexani chrome
    <br />Clear corners
    <br />System (2 10 L7s with 750 kicker amp)

  • #2
    ill answer your question about your motor nicely before some douche gets here. You need to run a compression check on it. You need to be between 180-220 i believe. It depends how much power you are looking to get also, but if it is under 180 then its no good. Pretty sure that is accurate. There is always a dick that likes to flame people for asking if their stock motor can handle boost so im helping you out i hope.
    Sometimes I Like To Pretend My Car Is Fast..

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    • #3
      Originally posted by 97PhaturnSC2
      ill answer your question about your motor nicely before some douche gets here. You need to run a compression check on it. You need to be between 180-220 i believe. It depends how much power you are looking to get also, but if it is under 180 then its no good. Pretty sure that is accurate. There is always a dick that likes to flame people for asking if their stock motor can handle boost so im helping you out i hope.
      and in turn you're coming off as a real ass, so I'd drop the hardass act pal and just answer the question to best of your ability

      I"m sure someone else will clear up if your assumptions are correct, which I believe they are.
      -Vinny

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      • #4
        Here is my stock motor!!
        I bought my car from a nun, made it fast and now she wants it back!

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        • #6
          So that's where that T3 T-Mani is sourced from.....thanks for the link.

          Ummm........the "search" key will educate you like you wouldn't believe, and get more questions firing in your head. But I think you will have a blast in the process.
          Fixing a Saturn can be like reaching into a bag of scorpions and hoping for the tootsie roll.

          AMR coilovers w/pillowball mounts, AMR FTB, AMR RST, Quaife, ACT clutch, HR con rods with JPC max bore pistons, Thermal exhaust, Hotshot header, AEM CAI, and I just want to run around tearing my cloths off, screaming beligerently, and spitting, and twitching, and foaming; because its finally done.

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          • #7
            Now why did you have to post up the firepower link? DO NOT BUY FROM FIREPOWER IF HE IS STILL IN BUSINESS. He has screwed many people and that turbo manifold is crap. It is made out of cheap metal. The only way to go is with Mikes setup A.K.A Alphatuning
            www.cardomain.com/id/sp1k3

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            • #8
              lol at firepower

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              • #9
                also

                http://www.therob.com

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                • #10
                  Dammit........I didn't even think about it being the Firepower link. Oh well........Is there a link comparing the log mani. to the race mani.?? I figure the log probably carries a hell of alot more heat the race mani., but would the affect have a neglable affect on a low psi settup?
                  Fixing a Saturn can be like reaching into a bag of scorpions and hoping for the tootsie roll.

                  AMR coilovers w/pillowball mounts, AMR FTB, AMR RST, Quaife, ACT clutch, HR con rods with JPC max bore pistons, Thermal exhaust, Hotshot header, AEM CAI, and I just want to run around tearing my cloths off, screaming beligerently, and spitting, and twitching, and foaming; because its finally done.

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                  • #11
                    yes, alphatuning is the place to go with.

                    now will your motor handle it depends on several factors including compression, maintenance, and slightly age. your motor could handle 220whp safely if in very good condition. another thing that matters is tuning. correct tuning can make an engine last a long time when boosted.

                    another thing that plays into engine life is how you drive. alot of people think they can drive, but dont get it. i dont mean making the car go down the road, but understanding the feel of it and knowing what to do. that can really contribute to engine life.
                    Ian---The Fat Ass

                    1995 SL2-High compression engine FOR SALE
                    2010 Chevy Cobalt SS- tuned with plenty of goodness
                    2002 SC2-New daily
                    2017 Kawasaki Ninja 650 KRT- got a stupid deal
                    2003 Ford Taurus SES- free daily beater

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                    • #12
                      I'm sorry, i wasnt aware that firepower was crap.

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                      • #13
                        Originally posted by kuziken
                        Here is my stock motor!!
                        That looks yummy.

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                        • #14
                          whether or not your motor can handle it depends entirely on your tune.
                          [16:02] Ferrari166mm: so you&#39;re finally getting into real cars.<br />[16:02] adamkob32: I&#39;ve just had enough of racing a 100HP nutsack
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                          • #15
                            You can also hit up http://www.qksltwo.com
                            www.cardomain.com/id/sp1k3

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