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Old 03-07-2004, 22:55   #1 (permalink)
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Turbo pre crossflow 250

Got another stupid question, would be gratefull if someone could help me. How hard would it be to wack a turbo onto a 250 pre crossflow? Not a big turbo just a small one off a VL Turbo or something like that. I dont wanna go injection cos i would like to use the engine i have at the moment. Ive got a few questions.

Could i you use a 350 Holley?

Would you have to rebuild the engine with forged pistons?

Where could you get the manifold made in the Dandenong area of Victoria?

The reason im writing this is my mate has been crapin on alot about turbo 250's for a while now and it would be pritty sweet seeing a turbo copper bronze XA kicking a ricers arse. Cos at the moment they kickin my arse real easy. I no this probally sounds stupid but its just an idea.....
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