PSHEldavo (He’s a Trump fan so having a secret service relative might help you negotiate a good price) That would rule him out for me...clearly of unbalanced mind...lol
Eldavo (He’s a Trump fan so having a secret service relative might help you negotiate a good price)
Eldavo“Ultraspool is direct bolt on, comes as a kit with oil line, adaptors, copper rings, banjo bolts, and oil drain gasket for $1950 shipped.” Think that’s the CONUS shipped price though.
blade7What exactly are you hoping to achieve by fitting the bigger turbo, and what supporting mods are you going to fit? I'm capable of fabricating an exhaust, but I'd still buy the down pipe from the turbo to under the car from someone else.
blade7I don't think you're going to see 450 bhp + from a 2.5 8 valve engine for very long. Then you'd have to consider the transmission, brakes and suspension to cope with it. I've said it before, but something like a TT-RS, RS3 or GT-R makes more sense as a starting point for big power.
scam75I've read the standard drive train can take 600bhp. Quite over engineered for a 250bhp car so you shouldn't have any worries on that front. Stuart
blade7Considering Pete's age
Dan944tWhat BHP are you now running Pete?
PSHblade7Considering Pete's age What are you trying to say sir?...:) Pete
blade7PSHblade7Considering Pete's age What are you trying to say sir?...:) Pete I don't think there's much difference in our ages.
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