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Ran across this when perusing the web. Thought some people might find it interesting. I don’t recall seeing it before.
 

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Well, would the stock wet clutch hold up to a 40hp at the wheel gain. If so he would make it about perfect. Curious as what their clutching would be from force turbo, and how big of a pain in the A$$ it would be to install. Also by by extended warranty I paid for, but I gotta say heavily considering it.
 

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It’s not something I think I really need but it’s pretty neat.
 

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CLUTCHING

Clutching is not provided with the turbo system but is needed. Whether purchased from Force Turbos or another manufacturer, you will need a clutch kit to control upper level rpms, to avoid running too high of rpm and hitting the rev limiter.
 

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Clutch service looks like it might be a tad more involved with that boost(?) tube right in front of the cover. Watching out of general curiosity. (y)
 

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I like that it’s a Garrett turbo. That’s about it. In my experience anytime I’ve seen chrome pipes that’s a signal of a cheap kit. Manifolds and exhaust down pipes are prone to cracking, I’ve been that route before it’s not fun. No injectors? No tuning? No Intercooler? No blow off valve? Seems pretty sketch. Im also with @BigParm, where’s the clutching?
 

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I like that it’s a Garrett turbo. That’s about it. In my experience anytime I’ve seen chrome pipes that’s a signal of a cheap kit. Manifolds and exhaust down pipes are prone to cracking, I’ve been that route before it’s not fun. No injectors? No tuning? No Intercooler? No blow off valve? Seems pretty sketch. Im also with @BigParm, where’s the clutching?
I’m with speedy, and bigparm...

But I’m even more with kraftwerks Jason!

Waiting on the supercharger as it has been known and been waiting on us for many many months. For something to just pop up on the Internet with really no known knowledge is very very sketch
 

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I’m with speedy, and bigparm...

But I’m even more with kraftwerks Jason!

Waiting on the supercharger as it has been known and been waiting on us for many many months. For something to just pop up on the Internet with really no known knowledge is very very sketch
Right I have never heard of this turbo till this link was posted
 

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I’m with speedy, and bigparm...

But I’m even more with kraftwerks Jason!

Waiting on the supercharger as it has been known and been waiting on us for many many months. For something to just pop up on the Internet with really no known knowledge is very very sketch
Yep also realized there’s no manifold either. I believe our manifolds are plastic. Don’t think it would do well under boost.
 

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If you can get and post, would appreciate
I literally just joined Facebook yesterday, (I despise social media stuff) but I wanted to post some stuff to the Facebook marketplace that I wanted to sell. So I joined the KRX community to take a look. That’s where I saw the video, but I tried to copy a link to it so I could post here, but it didn’t offer the link.
 

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I literally just joined Facebook yesterday, (I despise social media stuff) but I wanted to post some stuff to the Facebook marketplace that I wanted to sell. So I joined the KRX community to take a look. That’s where I saw the video, but I tried to copy a link to it so I could post here, but it didn’t offer the link.
LOL I don’t have Facebook as me and you in same thinking there.
no problem. Sure will come up
 

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I like that it’s a Garrett turbo. That’s about it. In my experience anytime I’ve seen chrome pipes that’s a signal of a cheap kit. Manifolds and exhaust down pipes are prone to cracking, I’ve been that route before it’s not fun. No injectors? No tuning? No Intercooler? No blow off valve? Seems pretty sketch. Im also with @BigParm, where’s the clutching?
The SS and aluminum pipes are polished, not chromed. Harder to get the pipes unpolished than polished now. Said they have the PV3 for tuning. The Dalton clutch weights have spots for adding weight for higher HP setups.
 
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