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Old 23 Nov 2009, 09:02 pm
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Default Looking to put a T3 .48/.60 turbo on my stock civic

I have a 2000 honda civic EX coupe 5 speed trans with 80k miles. I found a T3 .48/.60 turbo on ebay around 200 bucks. I am only looking to boost this daily driver up a few HP, (stock is 127 would be great if turbo could get me up to 180hp) I don't race or anything like that just wondering what is all involved in putting a turbo in a otherwise stock d16y8? Thanks guys.
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