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Old 10-04-2012, 02:42 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by 1turbofocus View Post
Turbo is the big issue , the turbo is undersized and this isnt a bad thing , my guess is because it would make the RS look bad to come out with HP the same as the ST

Change the turbo then a tune , then work on the Exh and piping to and from the turbo

My opinion is for those that want the big power buy an older duratec 2 door and do a built engine and add turbo get to 300-350 and have fun

The ST is a very costly car to be adding and changing things for big power

By adding a bigger turbo you will loose the 2500 rpm quick spooling and 4500 nose dive and switching that to 3000-3400 spool and holding to 6000-7000
Most everything with turbos is a trade off


and those are the exact words i was thinking i would get.
i was planning on getting into one but as tom has said the $28000 price tag for an st2 and another 2000-3000 to get it into the 13s. i can take my 03 zxt get a lentech tranny exhaust forged internals some minor head work and fuel management and slap a turbo on it then get a tune from tom and be able to reach into the 250-300hp range for far less then the st. paid 7000 for the car put another 10000-15000 into it and im sure i could manage to outrun a stock st and only have a total of about 17000-22000 into the car.
hn155: Rockford punch pro speakers, t400.4 deh 80prs, full audio build to come. working towards 175hp n/a, simple but fun.
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