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Old 08-25-2008, 08:03 PM
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Hi all, does anyone know of an online supplier of this kit? Good value of course and worldwide shipping?
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Step 1: learn to search
Step 2: forget the greddy kit just order a begi S kit.
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why the begi s?
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Step 1: learn to search
Step 2: forget the greddy kit just order a begi S kit.
QFT if the BEGi S had been out when I did mine, I would have gone with the S for sure.
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Much better quality, service, not much more $$, MUCH greater upgrade path, what more do you want? now please attempt to learn to search as this has been covered a dozen times or more on this site.
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I'll sell you my Greddy for $8K. Come pick it up tomorrow. I'll even give you the same level of support and warranty Greddy gave me (not really applicable since I bought mine used).

Otherwise do a search.


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any particular reason?

no problem i just like chattin rather than searchin
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$8.5K

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EDIT: I'll even throw in a set of instructions in Japanese.

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Originally Posted by colinp View Post
no problem i just like chattin rather than searchin
That's the reason for the PM feature (or AIM for that matter).

Could you imagine if NO ONE searched and everyone asked the same questions over and over again? This forum would be useless.
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My GOD...a world with no search function built in...NOOOO!!!!
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find the greddy used, thats what i did, twice..... my new greddy cost me 600 bucks lol

and its brand new!!!!
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Originally Posted by colinp View Post
any particular reason?

no problem i just like chattin rather than searchin

The greddy was the perfect beginners kit before the Begi-S came out (Begi-Z was the same thing but unknown because they did not market it) The greddy kit will get you about 120-140hp if your lucky and has a nice upgrade path. all the way to about 200 hp. This path requires replacing everything but the manifold (which is prone to cracking) and the tiny turbo.

The Begi-S comes with all the parts that you will keep regardless of how much power you want to make (within reasonable range). Simply add injectors, clutch, intercooler and your choice of fuel/timing controller as time and money allow and your set.
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Originally Posted by colinp View Post
why the begi s?
Bigger DP, better manifold, better hardware, awesome support, and if you want a MS, it isn't much more. They knock the price of the fmu off and add MS.
But it is all about budget. I would pick up a used greddy if possible. I've seen them from $450-$900.
Either is dependable.

I would compare prices between the 2.
But if the budget is dry. I would get the turbo kit I could afford. Screw the credit cards.

Boost it Baby!
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Originally Posted by colinp View Post
i just like chattin rather than searchin
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