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Old 09-23-2017, 08:40 AM   #15
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There are a lot of hybrid K04/IHI turbos out there that will net you power in the range of 370-420whp. Should look into those and tune to stay around 380whp on stock internals. I believe there is 1 company out there that uses Kinugawa turbos but I forget which (and don't want to assume a company and name the wrong one).

Your best bet is to look them up on facebook and direct message them or call them as their turbos aren't really listed on their websites yet. But the companies are:
Beach Buggy Turbo out of the UK
DBV2 out of Canada
TTE out of Germany
Mabotech out of the Dominican Republic

Prices for these turbo kits range from 1700 to around 2300/2400 and are all bolt on kits like the K04. You would need to get a custom tune though.
Mabotech uses mamba turbos x owner of kinugawa
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Old 09-23-2017, 10:53 AM   #16
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After what I went through, I'd do nothing but a BW or a TTE
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