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Old 01-20-2009, 05:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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what should i do

had my evo for a while and saved up some dough for some apu's!!! should i jump the gun and throw in a gt35r buscher turbo kit or just go through the stages!
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it depends on what you are looking to do with your car. you will need a lot of supporting mods in order to make that turbo work. if you want a good bit of power do a TBE without cat, intake, MBC, BOV, walbro 255 fuel pump, cams, IC piping and FMIC, then make sure you get a good tune and your car will be way different and a lot of those mods you will need with the 35r to make it work properly. Also you could do alky injection for an extra bump in power. Do you daily drive your car?
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SicLanEvo good list. OP just remember its better to build it slowly once than build it fast and find all the problems the hard way. If you do the usual supporting mods you'll notice a lot more power and you might not need that gt35r for quite some time. In my opinion just go through the stages see your evo evolve.
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wow thanks good help. ya i use t as a daily
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since its a daily i would just go threw the basic boltons and get a good tune. Talk to some owners in your area and see if they reccomend any shops. Where exactly are you located at?
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Old 01-26-2009, 01:35 PM   #7 (permalink)
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get all your parts together and make a road trip up to CBRD in york PA. One of the best shops i have ever dealt with. Talk to chad before you go up there. website is cbrdspeedfactory.com . Perfect tunes, clean shop even cleaner work!
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Your nearest good tuner is Topspeed. Their known and have great results. Their located in Alpharetta, GA. From Charlotte, it should be about a 3-4hr drive. They also do remote tuning also nowadays. All you need to do if find a dyno/track in your area and call them ahead of time. G/L
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Old 01-31-2009, 09:35 AM   #9 (permalink)
 
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If your going all the way to georgia to get tuning done I would also consider batleground performance I know they have several evo's they are working on now or check out dyno4mance they have been building and tuning evos for years over in europe so there are two other choices to consider. Hope this helps.
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