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Old 06-22-2008, 06:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2003 impala precision turbo?

i have an 2003 impala and i want to put a precision turbo and i want to know if my impala will run faster

and in what helps the precision turbo

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Sure better for about 5-6 thousand
Depends on lot of things like the health of the motor
Present state ( shape) with a pretty fresh engine an turbo kit should press
About 4-500 horse power v-6 are v8
But v8 should make 75-100 ft pounds of torque more tho

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4-500 horsepower?? Gtfo and be realistic.

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Maybe with an ls swap....

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All I need is a $4000 turbo kit to push 4-500hp? I'm in where can I buy it?

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My bad all I need is a complete healthy low miles motor $900 on eBay and a $6k turbo kit. So realistically $7k (extra $100 cause I'm a baller) and I can push 4-500hp brah werd up. You guys got links? And does it come with a sticker kit for my windows?

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Any brightly colored bits to add 100RWHP?

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Any brightly colored bits to add 100RWHP?
Fake hood scoop to feed teh turbos brah no ricer shit

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Your an idiot if your buying eBay turbo kits have fun when you blow your motor up. You can't just throw a turbo kit on a car that was meant for natural aspiration and expect it to run fine. The na motors piston, valves, crank etc won't hold up to boost for long. I have Ben messing with turbos for a longggggg ass time.

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I'm with that last comment turbo cars have to have turbo motors electronics fuel systems exhausts an more can't just make 8:1 motor turbo an real turbo motors are are expensive as kid we put blower on new 95 mustang with lot extras last about week for we parted car out haven't even made first payment for bitch was just rolling chassis motor wasn't even good core lmao lesson learn to friend an me we thought with 6 psi pulpy last longer that that tell computer keep fucken with timing so we adjusted it one time had pull it home... Good ole days

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Cool story bro. Uhh... but, why does everyone keep bumping this old thread?

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Story? More like cool super-run-on sentence without anything resembling punctuation! Almost impossible to read/understand!

Ooops - just bumped this worthless thread again - just like you did @zerialz! :-)

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Yeah my sarcasm doesn't show in text.. Woops new bump lol

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