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Old 01-30-2006, 08:15 PM   #1
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OK so a week or so back I posted a poll on what sort of Forced Induction I should go with. Well in that time I gat a summer job (which pays damn well I might add) and did my research. I plan on buying The Focus-Power stage 1 kit. i realize their are a few extras I need to have to make everything run properly. This is my list so far I got all the prices from various sites and local shops. I have almost enough for the Xcalibrator 2 which I plan on buying soon. I appreciate any imput you have on my list.
Focus Power Stage 1 Turbo Kit: $2795
SCT Xcalibrator 2: $370
Bosch (4) 42 Lbs. Injectors: $165
180 degree Thermostat: $15
Greedy Type S Blow Off Valve: $140
Turbo XS Manual Boost Controller: $10
Auto Meter Boost Gauge: $55
70 MM Pro M MAF: $210
5 quarts of Mobil 1 Synthetic Oil: $45
K&N Oil Filter: $12
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Old 01-30-2006, 08:42 PM   #2
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For a few bucks more you could do the 50# injectors and then you wouldn't need to upgrade them later on.
I would also do an EGT Gauge..... excessive heat is the #1 turbo killer.
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yes egt guage is necessary.

Sorry to steal from the thread but question on the injectors.

I know the dsm injectors are 50lb injectors are a dime a dozen, litterally, would they fit the focus, or could adapters be made. I know in the honda world they use them pretty often because of how cheap they are.
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