Join Date: May 2002
Location: New Braunfels TX
I would recommend against a turbo setup if you are a beginner. They are the least reliable most complicated power adder. If you don't have a pretty good idea what you're doing, you're going to be paying a lot of for someone else to maintain the car, and you won't know enough to know if they even know what they're doing.
Cutting your teeth on an old v8 muscle car is one of the best ways to learn. Preferably something old enough that you don't need to worry about Cali emissions.
What you gain by going that way is an understanding that will answer the question you asked, without even needing to have ever touched a turbo car. The fact is turbo, supercharged, nitrous, or N/A, all engines need the same supporting equipment for their power levels or they'll get hurt.
'94 GT, White, Cobra hood & bumper cover, '95R wheels
393w, Vic Jr 60cc, XE282HR, Victor 5.8 EFI, 80# injectors, Hooker LT 1 3/4 to 3", Borla proXS
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T56 w/ AJE xmember, McLeod street twin, MM/Bilstein '03 IRS, JRi Agent47 SLA