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FS- "Turbo your N/A kit" PICS

Here is almost everything you would need to bolt on an N/A to make it a "turbo"

These parts are from an '88 non S car. I have the wiring also

$600 plus shipping.


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interesting

What else would be needed to make an 88 NA which isnt included in the sale?

What would a newly rebuilt NA motor be able to handle in terms of boost safely (and what expected HP output) or do you recommend any NA engine mods?
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What else would be needed to make an 88 NA which isnt included in the sale?

What would a newly rebuilt NA motor be able to handle in terms of boost safely (and what expected HP output) or do you recommend any NA engine mods?
Some exhaust parts, 951 afm, cooling pipes, a j boot and ?.

I don't know how much boost, maybe someone else could please answer?
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You would need..... Pistons, Head, external oil cooler, Transmission that can handle the HP, Injectors. Various hoses. Turbo radiator (not sure about that one but the sell different ones)

Alot more stuff LOL
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unless your only running 6 psi of boost on a stock n/a motor with good gas, then you'll be fine,
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How would you tune it down to 6psi boost?
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to properly switch it over you would need the head to because of the sodium filled vales
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and also have to watch the piston compression ratio cuz it will build to much back pressure in the cylinder and blow the head off or reck the piston and main bearings all the time
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Maybe I should separate these parts so there aren't any problems with an n/a? Let me know is you want any parts?
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Any cracks on the inlet flanges of the exhaust manifold? How much shipped to 30071? How much for the DME and KLR each?
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Any cracks on the inlet flanges of the exhaust manifold? How much shipped to 30071? How much for the DME and KLR each?
Now that you mentioned it there is a small crack on the 2-3 manifold but the 1-4 is crack free. Make a fair offer on what you want and we can go from there.

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