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Has anyone gotten these kits to work?

I see them on ebay all the time i wont buy one but i just wonder if anyone has had any luck with building this up?
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Check this link

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i know how to search i was just wondering if anyone had luck it was just a question..

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i know how to search i was just wondering if anyone had luck it was just a question..
Well if you did a search you would see that this topic has been beaten to death already

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I'm in the process of a build using that kit... https://www.corral.net/forums/showthread.php?t=1004319

I should have it done, and tuned within the next couple weeks.

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local guy just put one together. saw him at a car hangout a few weeks ago. looked fine and he was happy.

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If you have some fabricating ability,these kits aren't bad for the money. I just put mine together on a mild little 306 with twisted wedge heads and a systemax II intake and from the way it wiped out my torque converter(another GER story), I would say they work pretty well. This was on a chassis dyno and I got a little over 450hp to the wheels maxing out my 42lb/hr injectors and C&L meter at around 5000 rpm's. Like I said, they work pretty well and spool up very fast. Now it's time for some 60lb/hr injectors ,a better meter and a call to Redneck Performance for one of their tranny set ups. Oh yeah, DO NOT do business with the company in that ad, they are very,very slow to ship your stuff and leave you negative feedback if you say anything about it. There are plenty of other companies selling the same stuff. Good luck!
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Well if you did a search you would see that this topic has been beaten to death already
I thought this site was for people to ask questions???? If you don't like a post then don't read it!!
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I thought this site was for people to ask questions???? If you don't like a post then don't read it!!
It is!! but MOST of us get tired of answering the same thing over and over so when you dont get a answer you know why.

but Im BORED today so....
a search would result in finding a thread called pissed at ebay TT kits wit 66 post and a ton of pics...https://www.corral.net/forums/showthr...ebay+turbo+kit

or https://www.corral.net/forums/showthr...ebay+turbo+kit

which also has ebay in the title has another 40 post. Im sure even IF them guys felt like typin it all out something would still get left behind lol

when we say search people get all pissy like were trying to be jerks but we just want you to get the info your looking for. we KNOW some of thes guys wont type out the 4 pages they just did less then 2 months ago. Like the guy who started the first thread I linked.. he runs a shop, Im sure hes got better things to do then answer the same question over and over on the internet lol

Ive read most of the ebay threads cuz I got mine off ebay (Treadstone single kit)from what I have read on the TT kits most have had luck with them. too bad its BAD LUCK!! I guess IF you call bolting up like they should good luck then yes SOME have had it but its luck of the draw.


you can bet the next gut who asks about ebay kits will NOT get this long of a post out of me lol they will get the ... do a search. lol

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I thought this site was for people to ask questions???? If you don't like a post then don't read it!!
Because I come to these forums for interesting posts and to try and help and get help..
Tired of seeing the exact same posts every week


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Thats a ching chang wong turbo kit!!
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Thats a ching chang wong turbo kit!!
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Just stick with a reputable shop/kit and there will be no problems.
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