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Old 02 Jun 2005, 10:42 pm
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Hello everyone. I am putting a turbo kit on my non-turbo PT. Have the SRT manifold and turbo, and intercooler. I just need to know where I can find a piping kit to complete this. Also if there is anything else I am missing if anyone could help me out that would be great. Thanks everyone.
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Old 02 Jun 2005, 11:46 pm
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Don't go beyond 6 #'s of boost without upgrading the internals. You will blow the engine. Bob Stockum is the turbo king for the PT.

http://www.bstockum.com/

He deals mostly with the Hahn turbo but is an ASE certified mech and is a guru with turbocharging the PT. He can also tell you what you need to do if you want to raise the boost.
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Mean Green, I thought a n/a PT turned turbo could hold up to 9psi of boost before needing new internals. [:I][:I]
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Josh....
I think you may know a bit about SRT4's and are just begining to get into PT Turbos. The n/a PT is not built as strong as the Turbo PT and SRT4. Those two turbo motors are very much the same but the manifolds and intakes are different. There's not as much available for the PT Turbo as there is for the SRT4.

Prototypepower.com is the only maker of complete (almost) aftermarket piping systems that I know of. There are a few others that make filters and pipes for before the turbo.
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