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Old 11-07-2003, 13:52   #1 (permalink)
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Supercharging EA's

Anyone done it? I'm looking into doing it on the cheap and after info or tips. Was going to turbo but want more down low rather than peak power.......any ideas????
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if u want down low, why dont u use a smaller turbo like a t3?
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Its all good saying you want down low torque, but once its blown, you will find yourself pushing 4 - 5000 rpm quite regularly (well, at least I do)
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you will find yourself pushing 4 - 5000 rpm quite regularly (well, at least I do)
My car started doing that after i got my exhaust hehehe
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Its all good saying you want down low torque, but once its blown, you will find yourself pushing 4 - 5000 rpm quite regularly (well, at least I do)

read about ur car in the E series mag that was posted on this forum.....nice car man.......and very nice mag too....cant remember the exact thread and who made it....but well done guys.....im waiting for the next issue :)
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read about ur car in the E series mag that was posted on this forum.....nice car man.......and very nice mag too....cant remember the exact thread and who made it....but well done guys.....im waiting for the next issue :)

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