Hi guys just wanted you to know I now rebuild turbos. If you have a turbo that needs to be rebuilt Pm me for a quote. All of my rebuilds come with a 1 year warranty and use only Oem or better quality parts. I bought out my friends shop and I now have all the factory tooling to do an even better than before job.
Thanks guys, I can do most factory rebuilds and upgrades onsite, if its super technical I have my resources. My prices are less because I have no overhead based from my personal shop so you get the full benefit from that. I also will sale DIY intercooler tubing kits Silicone Couplers,blow off valves and intercoolers to boot.
Intercooler piping? Any solutions for a starquest swapped gen1?
I'm going to sale kits you can DIY plumbing for your turbo intercooler. Its a kit that has all the bends and straight tube you need for a install. Is your motor pretty much stock? Do you have a factory intercooler installed now? I have the star quest setup as well and I think a 14b turbo is a good upgrade eclipse turbo). They offered a 14G turbo as a factory option which will make a noticeable difference either way over the stock 12b that most come with. I ran a 20g and didn't like the spool for our rig setup. The faster spool time the more usable power you have on tap. So bigger isn't always better. 14g-14b would be Max for a starion swap in a montero. We will never set land records nor would I want to in a 4000 plus lbs square box. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />
Jason, I don't know if I'd do business with somebody who can't finish a 2.4 swap in over a year... <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/evil.gif" alt="" /> You need to update that post.
the 14b is a very nice upgrade. The 12a puts out about 365cfm at 15psi, and the 14b blows well over 450 at the same pressure. That means the 12a peaks out at about 240hp and the 14b at around 300+, using 1.5cfm/hp as a rule of thumb...
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