So my stock VR4-1991 needs new turbos..
Can anyone give me a list of good turbos? Or maybe a chart or specs so on?
I googled for a chart and specs but I guess I suck at using google...
Idk how much a stock engine can handle in PSI.. so if I could get some knowledge on how much the stock engine can handle or whats best , turbo for stock engine I'd appreciate this very much thank you.
1992 Kilder Green VR4 -First 4G swap in a 3S.
4g64 10:1, 2.4 long rod. 4g63 Head. Kelford 280/288. Kiggly HD springs. Kiggly HLA regulator. Cast stainless ERL T3 manifold. Cast 60mm HX40. BEP T3 housing. DSM 2g auto. Trans lab shift kit. Kiggly front clutches. AEM v2. FIC2150. Walbro 4xx. 4" side exit exhaust. 4" FMIC. Chromoly front crossmember. DSM manual steering rack.
Well I am aiming for 30psi max no need to be higher.
Street Def, Drag maybe been thinking more and more about it.
Money not a problem.
Hp- 600ish-800ish area.
I did do research on the 19T and they are nice fer sure.
I'm just wondering how much a stock engine can hold Don't wanna put a turbo that is to much for the engine and kill it... That's the main question.
Q- How much can my 93 vr4 engine take exactly. Or quick modes to make it take more. "Take-meaning PSI beating on the engine"
600-800awhp. Get a stage 3 shortblock with a forged crank from Pampena and a Dynamic Racing Turbo kit. DR800-1000. Bolt on DR750s will get you 6-650. Heads/Cams are optional. Clutch is requirement. Fuel upgrades will depend on what fuel you want to run (pump +meth, race gas or E85). Piggy back to AEM, take your pick.
Ninja Performance has great prices on all the accessories...clutch, gauges, fuel pumps, spark plugs, etc.
You can call up Pampena and they'll set you straight.
Plan on $10k+ just in parts depending how much power you really want (6-800 is a pretty big range and requires different parts and support), plus labor.
You're in NM. Go talk to Matt and he'll get you setup with a turn key build for whatever you want. It won't be cheap but it'll be worth it. For probably $6-7k parts and labor he'll get you a 500AWHP iirc last he said. From there it goes on up. I'd recommend a different motor also.
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