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Old 02-09-2013, 10:30 AM   #16 (permalink)
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So if I was to place this order I should be all set, then PM Duster or MindMelt and they would be able to set me up on a good tune?

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Yea man Honestly I would just get the Uppipe, The stock hotside hose works just fine. I thought the agp kits came with a rescale, to run the car. If not Yea PM Turbo666, Duster360 Or Linklow
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Old 02-09-2013, 02:16 PM   #18 (permalink)
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The AGP kit comes with a rescale if you buy the package with a tuning device.

OP, do a lot of research before you go big turbo. Theres plenty of threads about this already.
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yah i would go with what others suggested on the 5431..I installed mine last september nd damn does that thing pull! youl feel a big difference even running stock boost..and with the clutch i went with the act hd street clutch kit, and im glad i did its very "dd'able".You dont want a heavy duty clutch that is real responsive because youl run into problems with the tranny,like breaking input shafts!..so yes im sudgesting u get the street clutch kit! it will meet your power goals no problem..goodluck op
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Quote: Originally Posted by tunerlover3 View Post
The AGP kit comes with a rescale if you buy the package with a tuning device.

OP, do a lot of research before you go big turbo. Theres plenty of threads about this already.

Thanks a lot for all the input guys, and I have done a lot of reading, but I still don't know a lot about the different types of turbos available.

I will continue to do more research, but it is nice to see that I am at least heading in the right direction
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Old 02-09-2013, 06:26 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Thanks a lot for all the input guys, and I have done a lot of reading, but I still don't know a lot about the different types of turbos available.

I will continue to do more research, but it is nice to see that I am at least heading in the right direction

Np man. Set a solid goal of what you want out of the car and turbo selection will come easier.

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Save $200 and get the south bend stage 3 clutch. I've ran it for over 80k with 400+ torque.

And still on stock clutch fork also lol

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You also don't need the block off plate if your running a different turbo. The block off plate is for stock turbos.
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I talked to the guys at MAP in Plymouth, MN.

Looking at buying this Turbo setup:
ATP Turbo Garrett T3/T4 Complete Turbo Kit With Hardware 03-05 Dodge Neon SRT-4 - Modern Automotive Performance

With the ACT Street Clutch, and an upper hard pipe with either the Synapse or Tial BOV.

Then I'm going to get a dual tune for pump gas and E85.

That should get me a good dd at around 400hp and still be fun and reliable. It looks like its gonna cost around $3500

Any other suggestions?
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Map are good guys. I've ordered stuff from them before. Same with modern. E-85 will get you well over 400 with all the supporting mods.


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Map are good guys. I've ordered stuff from them before. Same with modern. E-85 will get you well over 400 with all the supporting mods.


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Talk to Donnie at Tunergeeks. He can get you that ATP kit at a pretty good price.
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Quote: Originally Posted by tunerlover3 View Post
Talk to Donnie at Tunergeeks. He can get you that ATP kit at a pretty good price.

Cool, I'll look into that! Does that look like a good setup? And I was wondering if I should get an aftermarket fuel rail? Or if I can hold off on that for now.....

Thanks!
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Cool, I'll look into that! Does that look like a good setup? And I was wondering if I should get an aftermarket fuel rail? Or if I can hold off on that for now.....

Thanks!

Aftermarket would be ok but if your wanting to use a stock rail get an 03 rail with the Schrader valve.


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You can do well over 500whp with the stock rail. The '03 rail is the best though.
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