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    Forged internals? (And 35R)

    So, I was wondering at what point I should consider forged internals, my goal is around 350 to 450 whp.
    It's also my DD, so of course, the last thing I want is to grenade the motor. Anyone have insight?
    Also I keep hearing about a 35R turbo that "drops in" (stock location and internally wastegated) if I'm stage II
    would this turbo be compatable?

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    Turbo swaps and DD don't go well together.. you're definitely going to want to have another car to drive on a daily basis.

    Any change of the turbo will require fuel system upgrades and custom tuning, so not exactly compatible with stage 2 (of course you will need stage two mods, but you will also need a lot of other supporting mods).


    Lastly, I wouldn't consider using anything 35r and stock location. At that size, stock location is pretty inefficient. For almost the same money you can go with a rotated setup that will have less lag, and make more power EVERYWHERE in the powerband. But let me reiterate, the car will NOT be reliable to use as a daily driver.

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