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Old 07-16-2018, 11:29 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by Booyah45828 View Post
I'm sorry, but that is completely wrong. Yes the compression ratios are higher due to being NA. But adding a turbo and increasing the fuel to match it will make a noticeable difference, even if it is putting out a measly 5 psi.

Like said prior, there is a boost limit on factory cylinder head bolts. Most say around 7-10 psi. If I was adding a turbo, I'd go ahead and install arp head studs. My thoughts are always to eliminate the problems created by changes before you have them.
If you can drop an extra 3k on a turbo setup you can travel or pay for a better bus and truly “fix” the problem... that’s the way I think. Whatever you decide good luck

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Old 07-17-2018, 04:30 PM   #42
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I never expected so much feedback!

In the end I will keep looking. I really wanted it to be, but I didn't have a good feeling from the seller. Lots of half answers and some incorrect information that was given to me. My gut said no.

I'm glad I found this forum though.
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