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Considering how tight our engine bays are, it's not a good sign that they had to do so much fiddling to get it to work.


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a twin turbo system would be easiest to install. turbos high and forward there can be room then routing the rest. You can do it ---Cage? Laughing


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Easy? ha ha, ok you've changed my mind again.

The only neat ones I've seen are with the shock towers removed. With the shock towers in, all the turbo kits look like ALOT of hassle. And most lose power steering, ac etc


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Husky65 wrote
Easy? ha ha, ok you've changed my mind again.

The ones I've seen, I like ALOT


There, fixed it for you.


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Husky65 wrote
Easy? ha ha, ok you've changed my mind again.

The only neat ones I've seen are with the shock towers removed. With the shock towers in, all the turbo kits look like ALOT of hassle. And most lose power steering, ac etc


Of course it's easy when someone else is doing it Laughing


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Nothing worth doing is easy. lol.

Hybrid will help you out. Laughing


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I will someday think of something clever to say.

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www.ebay.com/itm/CXRac...22722#rwid


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Interesting... seems to be a water to air intercooler with no water lines or radiator.


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the kit doesn't include the cooler or intake piping. You can buy the piping only also for $800ish us, if you don't want the cheap ebay turbo.


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Here is the kit on a 68. Found it on a forum somewhere










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Nice. Just do it.


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Nah not for me. But I want someone here to buy the kit and test fit it for future reference. I'll chip in $50 bucks


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I would love to twin turbo my 428. Be a good challenge but fear my numbers matching block might suffer!! Oh well. But what about that 138 in the FJ?? MMMM


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