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  • Analyst: Turbo Invasion Headed for American Shores

    http://www.bangshift.com/blog/Analys...an-Shores.html

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    Re: Analyst: Turbo Invasion Headed for American Shores

    "The only thing that'll be good is the fact that turbo supplies at wrecking yards will grow quick and cheapo junk scroungers like us will have cheaper and easier access to them for our own projects. "

    ;D ;D

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    • #3
      Re: Analyst: Turbo Invasion Headed for American Shores

      except those breadboxes will have teeny tiny turbos and we'll have to use 16 of them to make 5lbs of boost.

      ;D ;D ;D
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      • #4
        Re: Analyst: Turbo Invasion Headed for American Shores

        Compound boost?

        It'll help spool the 100mm jobbie up quicker... :D
        That which you manifest is before you.

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        • #5
          Re: Analyst: Turbo Invasion Headed for American Shores

          I jokingly grumbled to my Dad this last weekend about him NOT swiping a turbo for a 12Liter Detroit when he got laid off back in April. So one of those breadbox turbos would be perfect spooler for one :P
          Escaped on a technicality.

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          • #6
            Re: Analyst: Turbo Invasion Headed for American Shores

            over there in europe..
            you're taxed on the size engine you drive, like in greece, over 2 liter gets wacked hard..
            thats why turbo's are big overthere..
            when your yearly reg. cost are tied to engine size.. it'll be that way here, but not untill..
            people will always buy the bigger car..
            overthere, they in most cases don't have that choice.. unless your rich

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            • #7
              Re: Analyst: Turbo Invasion Headed for American Shores

              yup


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