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Old 10-06-2003, 08:44 PM   #1
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turbo setup

Alright, I was gonna go S/C but desided to toss that Idea.
I'm gonna go Turbo. I don't know too much about a good setup with them.
I am gonna go toms kit, that give est 250hp.
I know I want a 65 T/B, UDP, and some sort of exhaust. being as how I don't plan on the turbo for about a year. Would it be alright to just go with a 3" exhaust? with just an intake?
anyways whats a good udp? i hear the FC udp kinda blows.
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sure id go ahead and get the 3"
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Stay away from the UDP they are not good for the engines ,do the 3 inch now it wont hurt a thing

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What's up with the UDP's being bad? Any specifics?
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yeah... I would like to hear the down falls of UDP. I am trying to make an educated decision on weather to get a UDP or not
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Ok here we go

The stock HARMONIC balancer/pulley has rubber in it ,The UDP have none this rubber is there to reduce the HARMONICS of the rotating Assy

It has NOTHING to do with the balance of the engine just the balance of the harmonics the engine produces

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Are you refering to that it reduces noise?
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with a turbo a udp wouldnt be noticeable anyway. waste of a bill
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No not noise Harmonics the same thing thet the fat lady uses to break glass with her voice

It can also do damage to your crank and bearings

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great...not really...thanks Tom....again
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