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Nov 24, 9:26pm - #335094 
which turbo would suit me best?

I have a 1zz engine that has been bored to a 2liter, soon to be stroked, and am wondering what kind of turbo would perform best, also i have looked into the c2 kits and sf as well, but i am thinking to install my own turbo, due to my little experience with turbo's want to know what would be the best to add then mod on the celica i have posted?

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Nov 24, 9:32pm - #335095 
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Nov 25, 12:14am - #335096 
wouldnt boring and adding a stroker to the 1zz raise the compression?

high compression is bad for turbo.

please correct me if im wrong.


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Nov 25, 12:17am - #335097 
i think ur right, but i dunno much about turbos either.
best turbos are SF and C2.

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Nov 26, 4:19pm - #335098 
if the compression is too high, and you run too much boost, or say you spike at one point, that could be one dead engine.


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Nov 26, 8:42pm - #335099 
what type of pistons are they, for exapmle are they dish pistonsd? confused thumbsup

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Nov 27, 3:30pm - #335100 
Low compression engines are best for turbo charging. Don't bother. Chances are if you don't even know what the hell kinda engine you have, you're gonna fuck up putting in a t/c'er and all the other internal work you'll hafta do. Read what Zero says.


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Nov 27, 8:13pm - #335101 
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