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turbo kit questions

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So I been doing tons of research for this mod and I been finding mostly evo kits so my first question is could I put a evo turbo kit on a non evo engine (I know a lot of people say just buy the evo engine but I don't have that type of space to swap an engine) my second is what sites should I look at for kits and  plug and play tuners or is it best to do the engine work myself and let the pros do the tuning

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yes you can definitely bolt on turbo kit on non turbo engine.lots of people sucessfully done it including myself 😀

totally depend on your budget and time. if u are pro/experince and have done an engine upgrade before then u can do it your self. if u felt dont have time then let other people do it for u.

 a lots of site u can refer during ur engine build/tuning. just google it. here at projectlancer its ur best site for ur reference. 

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4 hours ago, Abdul Rahim Zakaria said:

yes you can definitely bolt on turbo kit on non turbo engine.lots of people sucessfully done it including myself 😀

totally depend on your budget and time. if u are pro/experince and have done an engine upgrade before then u can do it your self. if u felt dont have time then let other people do it for u.

 a lots of site u can refer during ur engine build/tuning. just google it. here at projectlancer its ur best site for ur reference. 

Thank you for the reply that will definitely make things easier in my searches how ever I can do the hands on work but I never done any ecu tuning before but I been told I could use a obd tuner 

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use ecuflash with tactrix cable for ecu flashing, evoscan for data logging and etacs decoder for etacs setting/config.

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Is that all needed if it comes with a  pre-tuned fuel/timing controller  also is that something I can do myself having never done that

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I'd leave tuning to a pro and do the mechanical work myself, but that's just me. There are options for etunes,  where you get ROMs via email from a tuner, log data, and send that back so they can fine adjust your tune.

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