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Need your help Guy's, I got the green light from the Warden to allow a few dollars to be spent on some upgrades for my 1987 stock 930. I would like to get +/- 400 HP after it's all said and done. In the most general terms what do I need to get to make this happen on my car. Your opinion please, I guess I will do the "bolt-on" swap items first and then move on to the inside if you think it's required although I've read in here somewhere that I should be able to get 400HP without going into the heads, pistons, FI, etc. Thanks to all.

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Aftermarket headers, free-flowing muffler, K27HF-S, aftermarket intercooler, 1.0bar boost spring & some form of fuel enrichment.
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400HP at the crank right?
You'll need to go into the engine to get 400HP to the wheels.
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I think you'd be very happy (for now ) with Merv's suggestions. I'd go with Imagine Auto's fuel head mod for the additional fuel requirements.
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You likely don't need the fuel head mod unless your going into the engine to get >400RWHP. Do the bolt-ons, check your A/F ratios then decide what comes next.
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If you go with a Highflow S turbo I would NOT put a 1 B spring in. I was getting way too much boost.

I would first define what you want to spend and then go from there.
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A K27-7200 will flow upwards of 400+HP I believe, so it would be a better match for your application and spool very nicely too.
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Thank you all very much. I sincerely appreciate all the good info and "How to's" provided. I'm off to the parts store to start the gathering..... may/will need more advice as I get into it. Again, thank you for your time.

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