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    thinking of buying a vf34 ballbering turbo is it worth it

    hey i was wondering what else i would need to buy as i am upgrading from a stock turbo to a vf34 ballbering and want to run
    about 16 psi of boost
    can anyone steer me in the right direction cheers

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    you need injectors, fuel pump, and a professional tune... that's at a BARE minimum to run your vf34 Ball Bearing turbo.
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    thank you very much your input is much apreciated

    Quote Originally Posted by Sinister View Post
    you need injectors, fuel pump, and a professional tune... that's at a BARE minimum to run your vf34 Ball Bearing turbo.

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    And if it isn't stage II already, a downpipe.

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