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Old 23 Mar 2008, 03:01 am
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Default would the greddy turbo kit work on my car? What changes do I need to make to the ecu?

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Old 23 Mar 2008, 03:16 am
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Pull it out and get k pro. Because once you get the feel of boost your gonna wanna keep upping and upping it. And build the engine to hold it of course.
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Old 23 Mar 2008, 03:31 am
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k pro and internals like low comp. pistons and rods.
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Old 23 Mar 2008, 03:46 am
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k pro, hondata....go to clubrsx.com that has everything u need....i got the same car u do...fully built motor runnin 27lbs of boost...its a nice lil car, good luck with it!!!
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