They've already figured all that out.So i have done a lot of research and have may questions about fuel pumps and regulators and injectors
Why do you want to change the turbo? What is your ultimate goal? If it's this:i wanted to change the turbo in the tr to the TDo5 18g but not sure if i should do TD05 16g or TD06 20g
then I'd say pick either an everyday driver or a car that can accelerate very fast. Next, looking at typical maps for a 16G vs. an 18G or 20G, my guess would be that the 16G would not be as good a choice for the larger 2,5L motor as the 20G.i want this car to be an everyday driver that can accelerate very fast
Follow the link in my signature if you are interested in modifying a car. However, you are at a great advantage here, in that you don't seem to own a car. This is terrific, because you have the opportunity to actually buy the car you want straight off, out of the box, and you won't have to mess with modifying it. Since auto makers are typically much better at building cars than owners, that's the route I'd pursue.and i understand that changing the turbo requires me to change the injectors to which i was thinking if i got the TD05 18g/ TD06 20g i would probably have to get around 650cc injectors but if im wrong please correct me i have many questions please comment on this or message me or whatever helps me get reponses
I don't find it realistic to modify a car and whenever a post includes a proposed modification path and the word "just" (see above, i could just get and 2006 subaru wrx Tr way cheaper and be capable of upgrading it with the spare cash) there is the potential for lots of money to change hands for no immediately apparent reason. Many people do this; I'm posting because (a) I feel I may as well... and (b) I'm probably giving you a minority viewpoint.