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  Reply # 284790 23-Dec-2009 10:44
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lol.
Buy a portable air compressor, hook it into the ciggy lighter on a switch - and plumb the compressor in the intake just before the butterfly.. when you want to line up a honda at the lights, flick the switch, and enjoy!

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  Reply # 284829 23-Dec-2009 13:12
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And put in a couple of electric superchargers while you're at it!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 284831 23-Dec-2009 13:21
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Or just get a bike no mods or anything and just eat the subs for lunch

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  Reply # 284875 23-Dec-2009 17:29
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Until you get to some tight, twisty corners :P

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  Reply # 284884 23-Dec-2009 17:59
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Adamal: Until you get to some tight, twisty corners :P


huh? Do not get your point

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  Reply # 284925 23-Dec-2009 22:37
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vinnieg: single turbos on legacys are win :) oh yeah you'll have lots of fun. Be a bit laggier, but much easier to setup than the sequentials they come with stock

I remember my old teenage days with my old GT cruising round. Then I got into skylines and owned too many + the vr4s. Now I've got a nana pulsar, 1999 1.6L, woohooo!!! I do miss the boost a lot though.


Exactly why I did the conversion while replacing engine :D

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  Reply # 284939 23-Dec-2009 23:58
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The turbos on the tt subies are tiny.. lol. They pretty much spool @ idle. lol.

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  Reply # 284956 24-Dec-2009 08:50
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HybridTheory: The turbos on the tt subies are tiny.. lol. They pretty much spool @ idle. lol.


Thats the idea of having twin. Faster takeoff speed. But the VOD sucks and if you can ride the clutch properly your take off in a single will be almost as fast and then even faster than the twin

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