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gmoneycelica
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Jan 30, 12:04am - #93381 
where to get the turbo installed

hey everyone im getting a sweet job come april in which i'll be making roughly $1500 a month... i live at home, no other bills so all the cash is going right into my car tasty i got a buddy club front with an rx-7 back, catback exhaust hooked up, and the big scoop, system, Intake, yadda yadda, so now its time for the turbo. just wondering after all of that where's the best place to get it installed? should i take it to any body/mechanic shop or is there some specialist that i should go to. thanks

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Jan 30, 2:58am - #93382 
When it comes to aftermarket equipment, i would always seek a place that specilizes in installation for aftermarket. However, if you cannot find a place around you that does that kind of work, im sure that a regular mechanic can install a Turbocharger kit as long as it doesn't require fabrication. As for the Body kit, any body shop will replace your front and back bumpers, but I really don't think they would mold anything. And with the simple stuff, put it in your self. (pick up the phone book and call a few places don't be afraid to ask questions.) thumbsup


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Jan 30, 8:27am - #93383 
Since you have a bit of time before you get the kit, I would find performance shops in your area that has installed turbochargers before and if it's possible, talk to those people who have had it done at that particular shop. Be aware of EIP tuning because I have heard shady things about them. Just a heads up.. hope that helps
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Jan 30, 11:06am - #93384 
Buy the Stafford kit, buy Mike Stafford a plane ticket and he will install it for you. Can't get any better than that.

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Jan 30, 11:13am - #93385 
I wouldnt trust just any old body shop. Like said above try and find someone that specializes in customizing cars.

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gmoneycelica
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Jan 30, 1:43pm - #93386 
hey i found a place where to get the kit/scoop put on, fitted, painted, etc. which is cool... shouldnt be much too because i know the guy just didnt know he did this kind of stuff... but still have to find out where to put the turbo in... well i still have to buy it first but i will! wink

here's just a crap shot of my car for now...


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