how much are you wanting to spend on power? that will kinda dictate which route you take
O ok...phew...i was like wtf...he got rapedI was refering to the Racing beat exhaust LOL
Its possible yes. But u need all the supporting mods to do it na. And its more than a few hundred bucksSo you wouldn't do air intake, or exhaust system, or headers?
I wanna make the car around 300 hp, is that possible
the charge from a turbo is still sucked or induced into a combustion chamber, just like the charge or a nitrous spray. both are held under pressure and create positive crank case pressure....... both required addition fuel because they have increased the volume of O2 in the combustion chamber.....
they are the same thing by all accounts. N20(nitrous oxide, not di-oxide) doesn't burn like gasoline.
If you spray it and ignite it, it does not explode as it is not combustible. it needs a fuel additive to combust... butane, gasoline, alcohol, ect.
as for your reference of 300 BHP...... you step out of BHP and have stepped into WHP pretty damn quick with your reference nor would I have any idea on what upgrades would need to be compatible with a Evo.
never mind things like elavation, temp, tires, power loss at the drive train on both vehicles, suspension ect would all pay a huge roll. Non of which should have a reference to BHP as this is souling what an engine makes in a solid state.
Ps Much respect to you justin and you know that, just don't want anyone having misconceptions about these systems.
Lmfao..Without a shadow of a doubt. making sure the compression is good, the suspension is solid, and the motor is safe is far more important than adding 10-15-1 million HP.
as who cares how much power a car makes, if you have to push it down the driveway.... just ask my in-law
Stock 6s is 185ishWell doesn't a stock 6s puts out like 165-170hp to the wheels? Doing I/H/E will probably get you to 200hp.