- Mar 7, 2011
I havent had it mapped mate as im going turbo next year. Specs arent special as its really a bog standard kswap..What kind of power did you make?
Would you mind sharing the spec of the engine?
How much would it cost for a good turbo set-upOh i am happy with the way it is, dont get me wrong! But after being in a k20 turbo its just on another level which im now itching for... i just dont find any point in paying for a n/a map then having to pay for a turbo one a few months down the line...
But enough about me. Back to the question... I'd vote going turbo.. even on a safe low boost setup your yielding power of a n/a setup which would have cost you 2-3times as much..
Did you send away your injectors for testing yet? Be good to know if a bad injector lead to your engine failure.My internals where spot on, could have been an injector though so not jumping the gun.
They are built to tight tolerances and the extra heat created can expand them abit too much.
Plenty of people will tell you "c4 good for 400hp" "b16 good for 300hp"
On the street maybe, get them on the track and hold the power down for long periods, soon find out lol
Basically I'm saying don't turbo unless your prepared to build the engine when/if it goes wrong.
Personally I'd keep it k24 and enjoy the instant N/A power and reliability.