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Old 07 May 2013, 12:46 am
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Default whats needed to twin turbo a 2012 acura tl sh awd?

whats needed to twin turbo a 2012 acura tl sh awd?
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Old 07 May 2013, 01:02 am
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Turbo, bov, wastegate, pipe, manifold, intercooler, oil lines, and probably more that I am forgetting to just install it...















Then if you want to actually get a decent amount of power out of it you need a higher flowing fuel pump and bigger fuel injectors, and a professional dyno tune so you don't crank up the boost, lean out the engine and blow it to hell.















But if this car is still under warranty then you have to think about that. This will void any warranty this car may have.
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me falling asleep and dreaming... that would be the %$&*!
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