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So I just got this idea in my head that I want a procharger but my car is getting close to 90,000 miles. Is it a logical thing to put one on my car? If I do go through with it, what would I have to rebuild so I won't blow my motor?
 

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I'd do a compression check first and if that checks out fine then go for it.

I have ~90k on mine now.
 

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Sweet I'll definitely check that. I see that yours is charged, is the procharger worth it?
 

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Sweet I'll definitely check that. I see that yours is charged, is the procharger worth it?
For a full price new kit? -Probably not.

If you can find a used one relatively cheap though it's definitely worth it.
 

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So are the gains pretty good? I don't want to buy one then be upset with it lol
 

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So are the gains pretty good? I don't want to buy one then be upset with it lol
Yeah they are. If I ever had the time/money to finish mine up it'd easily make 325hp at the wheels.

Stock is like.. 150-160.
 

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Sweet, i'm so ready to drop some cash on this procharger now :D
 

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their is this thing called a turbo charger. Gives great gains. Gets better MPG some how.
People on this forum make kits now. IDK what they are doing as far as fuel supply though. Then you'd need to have the exhaust finished.

Im thinking the turbo kit is +/- 3000$ Cant remember for sure.
around $2500. OP, ill be boosting my car with 130k this summer.
 
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