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Old 03-29-2006, 08:44 AM   #1
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Stage 1 kit with larger turbo.

Has anyone installed the full turbo kits turbo, on the stage1 kit? And if so did it run well(any more turbo lag or anything?) How much of an extra cost was it (I am saying if you asked for it when purchasing the stg1, not buying it later)? Any Dyno sheets from this setup with a stock engine? And if that was done then the intercooler kit is purchased.....say a year down the road would that be the same as the full kit (assuming that you purchased the correct MAF, and injectors). Thanks Ken.


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i have asked tom this before its an extra $500, you wont get much potential out of it since you will still only run up to like 9-10psi without the intercooler...i would ASSUME itd be slightly faster in terms of hp/tq numbers but it will def have more upgrade potential in the future
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Thanks for the reply. IT wouldnt lag more than the normal size turbo would it?
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yes i have the full kit turbo on a stg1 setup and i have had no issue's i did it because i planned on upgrading to the fmic.at 7psi i put down 215hp and 200tq whp
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Thanks for the reply. IT wouldnt lag more than the normal size turbo would it?
rule of thumb is bigger turbo more lag, it is a bigger turbo therefore more lag, but the difference should be very little comparatively speaking. VERY little...if your really worried about lag invest in the ball bearing option for another $500 which will cut down lag times like 2-400rpm
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How many miles do you have on your kit Mike. And How do you like it? Thanks.
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well i have had it on since august so almost 8 months and i love it tom is the man and in my opinion if you are wanting to go with a turbo for the focus there is no one else that can compare. i have had no issue's with the kit so far
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