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Old 07-13-2009, 07:37 PM   #1
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Hi i am conor and i am from Northern Ireland
i drive a 1.6 eunos
i am wanting to fit a turbo kit what bhp would i be geting
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First, welcome! Second, Grammer is a big deal here. Third, Read all the stickies so you don't ask dumb answers. Finally, enjoy your stay!
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First, welcome! Second, Grammer is a big deal here. Third, Read all the stickies so you don't ask dumb answers. Finally, enjoy your stay!
Oh STFU...grammar grammar grammar, the guy's from ******* Ireland. You ******* bitch about grammar and probably can't even get a ******* term paper done with a decent grade. It's the ******* internet. I understood what he meant so he communicated effectively...rant complete



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Old 07-14-2009, 04:11 AM   #6
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Welcome. BHP is dependent upon a lot of variables. A good idea is to create a budget and check the build threads to see what others have done in that price range.
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Old 07-14-2009, 09:45 AM   #7
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A better idea is to set a goal and see what it takes to get there. If you can afford it...then go for it. If not, revise goal, do more reading, and see if you can manage that, and will still be content with it.

For example, there is a HUGE difference in price point between 200whp and 250whp on the 1.6L cars. I opted for the one that cost 2/5 what the other would have for just 1/5 more power.
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