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Default Stock turbos before and after stock location inlets need advice please. - 08-02-2017, 04:31 AM

Ok so I have had silicone stock location VRSF inlets in my basement for over a year wondering if they are worth the trouble on stock turbos. Currently I run a E85 BEF and am FBO. I have a custom JB4 map set for 22 psi midrange and 19 at redline. My midrange the WGDC is at about 50 and upper rpms my WGDC is around 92 trying to hit 19 psi but only holds about 17 psi. If I Do the inlets would that 19 psi be achievable at redline?


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Default 08-02-2017, 11:18 PM

Yes its worth it. You will pick up good power and your turbos will work less for it.


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Default 08-03-2017, 01:20 AM

Well worth it. I finished installing my relocated VRSF Inlets and Outlets, a week ago. The car definitely picked up a lot of low end power, and turbos felt very responsive.. and the turbo spool sounds amazinggg.
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Default 08-03-2017, 03:36 AM

Very worth it.
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