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n/a and forced induction ?'s #16357 May 20, 9:35am May 20, 9:35am
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n/a and forced induction ?'s
if i did any n/a work like port and polish then down the road decided to go with supercharger or turbo. would i still be able to put it on or would the port and polish and other n/a work affect it like i read earlier that it would be a waste of money and i'd get not added gain out of addin a forced induction on after had n/a work done...why is this?

Re: n/a and forced induction ?'s [Re: celica2kgts] #16358 May 20, 9:36am May 20, 9:36am
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Port & polishing would benefit a forced induction application.

Re: n/a and forced induction ?'s [Re: Steven] #16359 May 20, 9:42am May 20, 9:42am
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how cme is my question?

Re: n/a and forced induction ?'s [Re: celica2kgts] #16360 May 20, 9:44am May 20, 9:44am
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any port and polish done correctly will benifit the enigne because it allows a smoother flow gases throughout the enigne. Reduces the amount of turbulence created by the manifold.

Re: n/a and forced induction ?'s [Re: RicePowered] #16361 May 20, 9:46am May 20, 9:46am
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Port & Polishing will allow that great flow of air caused by the turbo/s/c to enter the cylinders more efficently.

Re: n/a and forced induction ?'s [Re: Steven] #16362 May 20, 9:49am May 20, 9:49am
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so if i do reprogram my ecu and port n polish it wouln't affect me gettin a turbo or sc later on down the road

cause i was told that it would so i need it all cleard up for me cause my machanic is waitin for the go ahead to do it

Re: n/a and forced induction ?'s [Re: celica2kgts] #16363 May 20, 9:54am May 20, 9:54am
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Reprogram your ECU? What exactly do you mean reprogram? You're making this seem easier than it actually is.

Re: n/a and forced induction ?'s [Re: Steven] #16364 May 20, 9:55am May 20, 9:55am
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getting you ecu reprogrammed would be pointless because turbo kits come with either a new ecu or piggyback controller that overwrites your ecu's air/fuel maps, etc ...

Re: n/a and forced induction ?'s [Re: RicePowered] #16365 May 20, 9:59am May 20, 9:59am
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i was told when i change the compression and don't have the ecu sent out to be remapped then it could casue problems casue i'll get some restrictions or something like that

Re: n/a and forced induction ?'s [Re: celica2kgts] #16366 May 20, 10:17am May 20, 10:17am
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isn't that what hondata does to RSX-S ecu's? Would be nice if we had something of that sort available.

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Originally posted by celica2kgts:
i was told when i change the compression and don't have the ecu sent out to be remapped then it could casue problems casue i'll get some restrictions or something like that


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