Still got to try a little lube on my speedo head
- Jul 12, 2017
I agree with Nick and Rdub as well.
Forsure additional mods required but it never made sense to me to build something with less power if the potential is there for more right from the get go. The spending on cars never stops and after the turbo ill need more things to dump money into as you mention above, but it allows for low boost for moderate power and ability to turn it up when support is completed or breaks.If it were me I'd dig deeper now and make sure it structurally sound Before going crazy for h.p.That seems safer to me,and remember that 4 k for The turbo 450 h.p. Will need better trans mission,frame reinforcing,upper an lower rear control arms,and much more money to say the least.This is my gift of two cents to you.
I like the LX tails.... lookin good.Also, had found some LX tails that were in rough shape for $40 bucks that i sanded/polished/painted to get rid of the 80's cheese graters. Huge difference.
And some pics of the finished bay after rust repair/repaint.
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My only problem is the "work perk" cash that I need to use only on amazon.ca.The LU47 injectors are a good injector nothing wrong with them. I do not suggest using those adapters, I would get a repin kit for EV6 and change the connector over on the harness.
You could also buy a set of Deka 60 or 80lb injectors for this project, both will plug into the factory harness.
Your call on the injectors, I have no problems running very large injectors on small engines with MS.My only problem is the "work perk" cash that I need to use only on amazon.ca.
I cant find a good quality brand name 60lb for less than $800cad.
Are they not suggested due to just the flow rate/hp? Also have you seen bad experience with the adaptors vs a repin? Figured it was plug and play, worth a shot before cutting the factory harness.
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