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Aug 11, 5:35am - #245770 
C2

How much are the Turbo chargers on his site? stage 1 , stage3 and stage 3 because his site is down...

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Aug 11, 5:58am - #245771 
I think his stage 1 starts at like 3200 or 3500, his stage 2 requires new internals on top of the upgrade (I think its an upgrade from a T3 to a t3/t4 hybrid, and stage 3 you'll have to pm him about, but it will probably require his straight cast tranny too (OMG strong!!!)...his stage 1 will probably see you at around 220 hp, like the stafford kit, his stage 2 is around like 280 I think, and his stage 3 I haven't heard any numbers from yet, but I think its just over 300 hp, and over 250 ft-lbs of torque eek eek eek...hence needing the new tranny...also, with his new tranny he's not only having the gears re-cast, and straight cut out of chromoly steel (like a rally car), but he's leaving fifth and sixth gears open, which will increase top speed. He has the 6 speed euro tranny, which has the same housing as the Us spec GTS tranny, just with different gearing and internals, so if you want a stage 3 Turbo on your GT, you are gonna have to ave your engine rebuilt with the MWR kit - lower compression and stronger internals, plus sleeves and possibly an o-ringed block, which will run you around 3,000 in parts, plus around 4,500 or so I would imagine for the Turbo kit, and another $3,000 for the tranny...which comes out to just over $10,000 in parts alone, plus labor. Given its a ton of cash, but its also a hell of a lot stronger, and you'd have a seriously fast car, with no reliability issues at all because its been built to take it.

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Aug 11, 6:03am - #245772 
i think stage 2 would be more in my price range i would love stage 3 but dam lol to much for me

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Aug 11, 6:06am - #245773 
yeah, from what I've seen, the parts and labor required to build your engine with a t3/t4 Turbo, is JUST under $10,000...which is a lot of money

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Aug 11, 6:07am - #245774 
what kind of internals will it come with ?

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Aug 11, 6:14am - #245775 
8.8:1 pistons, crower rods, monkeywrench racing valves, and valve springs, MWR sleeves, an upgraded fuel pump, huge injectors, a new custom fuel rail and fuel pressure regulator, a pre-programmed greddy emenage engine controller, you'll probably need a copper head gasket (EIP tuning), and ARP main bolts, head bolts, and exhaust manifold bolts, and a custom header...and that's just off the top of my head...the stage 2 is an upgrade of his stage 1 kit, and he requires that you build your block before you get the stage 2 kit...with the parts off of the MWR website most likely

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Aug 11, 6:20am - #245776 
^ how much would that run in parts ?

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Aug 11, 6:24am - #245777 
probably around 4,000 - 4,500, check their website...monkeywrenchracing.com

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Aug 11, 6:28am - #245778 
hey thanks a lot man thumbsup

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Aug 11, 1:02pm - #245779 
c2 uses the KKK-04 Turbo for stage 1 and stage 2.
I suggest getting stage 1 with the stage 2 intercooler. That way you can always upgrade without wasting money.

I have stage 1 and it's a lot of power.
I am getting a lightweight flywheel installed which should get me to about 220 whp.
Going for too much hp and torque would mean going for the tranny and LSD, but I think you'd better get a 3sgte mr2 or celica if you want really big numbers..

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Aug 11, 1:12pm - #245780 
stage 1 kit for the GT = $3200

for the GTS = $3500


...I agree with Immo - better to get the stage 1 with bigger intercooler first. Then, if you want an upgrade, throw in the MWR parts

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