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Yeah you got it. Most Hp and speed for the money. Daily driver
Not going to be a daily driver too long if your looking to go fast on a 1000 bucks. I did the same thing as mentioned already. I read and read and read for a solid year before I felt comfortable with the knowlege I obtained before I decided to pull the trigger. But once I did, it was an awesome set up that took tons of abuse.

Usually they say pick two of the three:
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I do not have eight months. Nor do I like to Procrastinate for eight months. I have around a week before I buy the turbo on saterday. my question was is it a good kit. Yes, i know i have to read. but that will come later when I install.
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Well we will be here the following week waiting for your
"I put a turbo on a week ago and now sh*t has hit the fan" post...

Good luck, I feel your going to need it.
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Haha^, yeah I definitely want a follow up with this. I agree with the ls/vtec setup, or just saving money since this won't be the last turbo kit available. But yeah, we'll see
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As much power as possible for 1000 dollars?

Giggle juice gets my vote.

A proper, IMO, LSV is going to cost more than that.

Also think about a gearing change as well. You can easily gain a significatn amount of performance by changing to a GSR, B16 or ITR trans or by changing out the final drive in your LS transmission.

Add trans swap plus a responsible dosage of nitrous, and you have met your goal IMO.
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no one is giving me any advice on what i am kindly asking. is it a good kit? what is wrong with it if there is anything, what can go wrong with just this kit. fins in the turbo are solid, no play or wiggle. or.. a Nitrous sytem like I stated before.. Its either this Turbo, or Nitrous.. Unless someone has a turbo they want to sell. Im looking for help to complete a poject. not crappy opinions saying im gonna blow it up. If your going to give me a comment on whats wrong with the idea.. give me reasons please. I appreciate anyone giving me good help.
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That kit is not good
That turbo is good..I guess. Not knowing if it has shaft play or if it leaks its a 50/50 chance your willing to take. No to be rude, if you researched and found out these things without asking you would know if its a good quality kit or not. That manifold looks like the typical eBay knock off ram horn. I mean my ram horn manifold cost $700 bucks brand new! It seems like you to rush into this with little knowledge.

C'mon man! Two days of research???? You need like a year under your belt, I mean really think about it. Your changing a motor that was designed for N/A and you now you what to change it for boost. I can understand some frustration your getting because no one is answering your questions but they are is some ways.

Don't get the kit, do your homework and figure out what you really want to do and dont treat boost like its the flavor of the month.

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thank you for your reply. Would you personally consider a nitrous system? new. and greddy headers? that was my first choice.
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thank you for your reply. Would you personally consider a nitrous system? new. and greddy headers? that was my first choice.
Not trying to be a dick and I know you come from chevy 350 background, but we have A header on our cars; singular, just one. Good luck with your build

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this is what i was looking at.. with a 10Ib bottle
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i bought that header and returned it. it was built so badly, it wouldnt even bolt onto my car.

I saw a Hytech replica header on ebay the other day for 179$ shipped. its probably way better than that pos

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any luck with pacesetter?
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Here's what I just did, like two seconds ago on my phone. Went to google, typed in ”pacesetter headers integra” and the first team integra result talked about how the coating came off within six months and how cheap it was. Jr, I have never seen justyncredible be gentle with a thread like this and I understand why. The next time you want to buy something, google whatever it is followed by integra, actually research it for more than an hour, and if you still have questions after that then come to us.
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Jr, I have never seen justyncredible be gentle with a thread like this and I understand why.
LMAO! Classic just classic I have to add that to signature

Jr, I'm not a nos person so I can't help yeah there. But I do know this, a 70 shot is doable
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