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Old 12-11-2013, 06:38 PM   #1
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IPS Twin Turbo Kit!

I am very excited about this kit! But i have questions. What will this kind of power do to my transmission and engine. Is this kit going to cause problems like a blown transmission or engine in the long run, assuming its a daily driver and your responsible about your car. Also will i need to make internal engine modifications? Any Advice will help. Thanks!

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Old 12-16-2013, 11:53 AM   #2
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I am very excited about this kit! But i have questions. What will this kind of power do to my transmission and engine. Is this kit going to cause problems like a blown transmission or engine in the long run, assuming its a daily driver and your responsible about your car. Also will i need to make internal engine modifications? Any Advice will help. Thanks!
Collateral damage from the kit is much less about the added power and more about how the car is driven with the added power. If you add DR's and bolt-on's and go drag racing weekly you will break everything sooner than later on a bone-stock car.

That being said, the bonus of a TT Kit is that you can choose a boost level you are comfortable with and then adjust up/down as the need or situation dictates.

Since you are in Ohio shoot me a PM or email (jeff@ipsmotorsports.net) and I will get you a nice "Winter" install/tune deal.
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