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2001 turbo 1zz Mr2 from the states


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depends on how much you can DIY and how many corners you cut.

To do it properly with return style fuel system, upgraded injectors, external regulator and high flow pump etc, good exhaust, FMIC, WRX turbo, steampipe manifold etc it will cost at least $5K

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u dont need are fuel return system, and yeah wat rolla mods said, in currently at 200 whp with everything stock except injector are 420cc, alsao i wouldnt recommed putting are tdo4 turbo, its just not suit for this engine,cheers

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where else is he gunna put it :lol:

considering the radiators at the front.. maybe there :blink:

yeah but the engine is @ the rear on the mr2 so its wouldnt be wise to mount the IC at the front as u'd then need to run piping all the way to the front to cool the air and then all the way back to the rear to get the air into the engine .... lets just say i dont think the car would move if u did this

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I cant believe there isnt a turbo rolla going around yet? since its becomming so popular in the US. So whos gonna be the one to do it first?? any hands up??? If the yanks can do it shouldnt we be able to also? The only things thats different in the US is that they use left hand drive, but shouldnt everything else be the same???

Come on guys BE A MAN. DO IT DO IT

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I cant believe there isnt a turbo rolla going around yet? since its becomming so popular in the US. So whos gonna be the one to do it first?? any hands up??? If the yanks can do it shouldnt we be able to also? The only things thats different in the US is that they use left hand drive, but shouldnt everything else be the same???

Come on guys BE A MAN. DO IT DO IT

There is a turbo 1zz rolla in Canberra...Glen i think it is, dont know his user name on the forum here...

and there is an upcoming turbo stivo in Sydney i believe, so its all coming along.

I would say however that the reason for their not being more turbo conversions done is because of the manifold being on the back of the motors rather than the conventional front for 4 cyls, room is somewhat more restrictive and heat seperation from the firewall, etc.

AND there is also the reason that Corolla's are grandmas cars and only a tool would turbo one :P :P :P

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