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Skunk#1
01-20-2004, 03:31 PM
anyone know about this kit or its sellers? http://www.estrictlyforeign.com/asp/products_sel.asp?L1=5&L2=Turbo%20kits*smoke*

Skunk#1
01-20-2004, 03:32 PM
i dont know if that worked.......... http://www.estrictlyforeign.com/asp/products_sel.asp?L1=5&L2=Turbo%20kits

89325i
01-20-2004, 08:38 PM
I don't know about its seller, but i learned its easier to just make a turbo kit yourself. First I don't see an exhaust manifold in the picture, second that T25 isn't going to be big enough. Third that incooler looks like its 6" by 6" to small.

Skunk#1
01-20-2004, 08:49 PM
werd, just wondering. i priced the stuff to make my own and its less than 1000usd. just wondering. thanks for the input.

_dk_
01-20-2004, 08:54 PM
1.) that seller has a pretty widely established bad reputation among the VW circles.

2.) seeing as they don't seem to know that the e36 came with the m50 and not the m20, AND that a T25 is *way* too small for EITHER engine... run away.

$2000 for wha? shit doesn't even include a manifold...

objec
01-24-2004, 05:11 AM
just buy a 524td manifold off ebay or find one froma junkyard and buy a turbo off ebay, buy a bigg ass one and get some one to make you some piping to fit the turbo to intake ect, and all the rest you can get off ebay.

Bigbore
01-24-2004, 02:23 PM
Originally posted by _dk_
1.) that seller has a pretty widely established bad reputation among the VW circles.

2.) seeing as they don't seem to know that the e36 came with the m50 and not the m20, AND that a T25 is *way* too small for EITHER engine... run away.

$2000 for wha? shit doesn't even include a manifold...

_dk_ is right! bad rep from a lot of VW enthousiasts, no customer service, all show no go. Dont buy from them.*uzi*