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Old 06-02-2006, 01:07 AM   #1
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Default Single turbo kit for a 94 N/A...

I was looking into getting a single turbo kit for my 94 N/A automatic supra, and i was wondering where i should look and what other things i would need for the engine. I saw at powerhouseracing they had a single turbo bolt on kit for the 93-96 N/A for 5,300, would that be a good deal or should i look elsewhere. also would it be best to upgrade other things such as the transmission, etc... im a newbie to the supra world, just picking up my first supra this month so help would be much appreciated...
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Old 06-06-2006, 12:44 AM   #2
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I was looking into getting a single turbo kit for my 94 N/A automatic supra, and i was wondering where i should look and what other things i would need for the engine. I saw at powerhouseracing they had a single turbo bolt on kit for the 93-96 N/A for 5,300, would that be a good deal or should i look elsewhere. also would it be best to upgrade other things such as the transmission, etc... im a newbie to the supra world, just picking up my first supra this month so help would be much appreciated...
In my opinion, the PHR kit is a good option. I believe that Boost Logic and Sound Performance also have a na-t kits that you can price for comparison. In my opinion, you should also consider a thicker headgasket (if one doesn't already come with the kit). Offhand I'm not sure how much the n/a auto will take, but I'd guess at least 400rwhp. The tt auto will handle 500rwhp max.
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What about the DaveH kits...i hear hes the know all say all in NA-T...
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What about the DaveH kits...i hear hes the know all say all in NA-T...
I agree that DaveH makes a good kit as well. Again, I'd suggest you price them out, and get each one you're seriously considering to provide a list of all of the components that will be provided. Please post here again when you get it narrowed down...
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