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turbo kit for 05-newer

Discussion in 'Buy / Sell / Trade' started by paintdiddy, Sep 13, 2009.

  1. paintdiddy

    paintdiddy [OP] Machine gun shits

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    Why'd you have to post this? I'm already broke as it is without buying a turbo
     
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    i would rather have a supercharger, turbos with an automatic? i dont know how it would work
     
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    welcome to the broke club like me :D
     
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    paintdiddy [OP] Machine gun shits

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    whats wrong with a turbo and auto???
     
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    I don't know too much about the subject but keeping the RPMs up to recieve boast is difficult when the truck likes to shift up at around 4000, correct me of I'm wrong though
     
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    i havent a clue either. there is alot of auto/turbo cars/trucks. i would rather the trd s/c to keep my warranty.
     
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    Very true... I know STS makes a quality kit though. I helped a buddy install one on a Ram 1500 with a Hemi and was impressed by the completeness and quality of the kit.

    I think for the price though I'd rather have the smooth powerband and not void my warrenty
     
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    your telling me, i would love to have one of those trd superchargers and get my taco about 300 hp ha and its california carb legal

    now if there were a group buy on those i would be all over that
     
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    How about a supercharger and turbo togther. A long time ago they used to setup large trucks like that before EFI.
     
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    Turbo's and auto's work just fine. You here about turbo lag, but if the turbo is sized properly, lag is VERY minor. People usually get lag when they upgrade the turbo to a larger turbo for higher hp #'s. It takes more air flow via -rpm's to build boost.

    Dominik
     
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