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Aug 27, 10:49am - #39922 
Does any have the DA Sports Turbocharger Kit?

Does any have or heard anything about the DA Sports Turbocharger Kit?
http://www.dasports.net/
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Aug 27, 11:26am - #39923 
never heard of it, have any more info?? im very interested

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Aug 27, 11:33am - #39924 
As far as I can see, this is the David Draper turbo kit.

Looks very cool

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Aug 27, 12:36pm - #39925 
around $4000 fully loaded, hmmmm. Not a bad price.

Now does that say you HAVE to buy an Injen SRI if you DON'T have a stock Intake? In other words, you can't use a CAI??

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Aug 27, 3:50pm - #39926 
Originally Posted by Rice
around $4000 fully loaded, hmmmm. Not a bad price.

Now does that say you HAVE to buy an Injen SRI if you DON'T have a stock intake? In other words, you can't use a CAI??


That seems to be the case. Don't know why though?


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Aug 27, 5:37pm - #39927 
the CAI wont fit because it doesn't go into the throttle body when you have turbo.

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Aug 27, 5:39pm - #39928 
oh yeah. . . it is the david draper kit.

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Aug 27, 6:30pm - #39929 
the purpose of the CAI is to get cooler air to the Intake for a better power gain while remaining n/a. now you could install a duct to get fresh air from the outside, but that would not be too much a benefit, because when you pressurize the air the temperature will also increase, that is the reason for intercoolers


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Aug 27, 6:33pm - #39930 
that all being said, i would love to have 240hp on my car wink well we shall see when i come back from iraq


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Aug 27, 9:37pm - #39931 
looks awesome!


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Aug 28, 6:27pm - #39932 
It's the DD kit...I'll have it soon enough wink

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