Originally posted by E46_lover
exactly, and toyota has made the compression on that motor really good for reliablity!! why do u think that motor can take up to 600hp stock?
theres a daily driven 600hp stock internal supra in texas...he hasnt had ANY problems
Yeah but you were asking a general question though, and generally speaking N/A is more reliable. I mean there are so many factors and it's very difficult to compare. It could also depend on your driving style and how often you push the turbo to the limits, how the turbo is designed to work, etc...
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