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Kits usually cost around $6000.....most people will tell you to save up for a vr4 or just drop a vr4 engine into the SL. Some people go with NOS (I did this) or superchargers (SuperC did this) too. Turbo kits can also be pieced together from used vr4 parts. email me for a parts list for this project brian at GTPRO created.
 

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Kits usually cost around $6000.....most people will tell you to save up for a vr4 or just drop a vr4 engine into the SL. Some people go with NOS (I did this) or superchargers (SuperC did this) too. Turbo kits can also be pieced together from used vr4 parts. email me for a parts list for this project brian at GTPRO created.
Board won't show your email - can i get the list? ([email protected])
 

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I emailed DNperformance.......I dont think they know much about our cars. They said that the "oil pan from a vr4 was the same size and I should be able to use that along with the oil drain lines." In fact the na oil pan is narrower than the vr4 oil pan. I think I would go with GT-Pro or Dynamic Racing if you're in the market to buy a turbo kit, they are very familiar with our cars.
Here's the list Brian from GTPro created.
Needed:
Turbo ECU + harness or reprogram your n/a or FMU Ign. retard unit
2 Turbos
2 Exhaust manifolds
Y pipe
Intercoolers with ALL piping, but you will have to fabricate the rear I/C pipe as the n/a manifold has a secondary butterfly solinoid that gets in the way of the VR-4 I/C pipe
Frew flowing exhaust
Blow off valve
Boost gauge
Gaskets/seals
oil feed lines
oil sending unit
O2 sensor housings front rear
Front rear pre-cats
Downpipe
Thermostat housing as the n/a does not have coolant line fittings for the turbos
Coolant feed lines front rear
Coolant drain lines front rear
Oil drain lines front rear (custom) as you cannot use the VR-4 ones they are too short for the n/a pan
n/a pan drainline fittings as the VR-4 oil pan does not fit (the n/a block is more narrow)
Turbo inlet piping going to the MAF meter
VR-4 "T" MAF boot
fuel pump as the n/a is WEAK
 
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