:thumbup: also i have always loved how you can place 2 boost controlers on a turbo set up. set one at close to 7 psi for normal highway driving, then the other at 15psi for track/drag. go to the track and flip that little switch and you now have a track beast.chimmike said:turbo is sleeper too if you don't open your big mouth about it.....
thats just not true at all.bling said:not really, you can always hear a turbo spool up, or blow off
is that so?bling said:not really, you can always hear a turbo spool up, or blow off
like chim is saying its not worth it for both, unless you want a FMIC sprayer <not worth the $$ in my eyes) or unless you have a ginormous turbine and you use the N2O to spool it up faster.chimmike said:what do you need nitrous for if you have turbo? especially on a stock engine....
when the car pulls up you're going to hear the turbo spool. Of course you're not going to hear it while your racing, but before you will. I think nos is more of a sleeper.chimmike said:is that so?
Stop posting, you don't know what you're talking about.
there are plenty of ways of making your bov/recirc valve quiet. I.e. Don't buy a loud one, and get a recirc valve.
Turbo spoolup on a MAF car, while you're racing, won't be noticed by the dude in the roaring car next to you. He's too busy listening to his own engine to hear anything from yours.
You are soo wrong, You CANNOT hear the turbo on my car unless I am hitting damn near full boost. Cruising and just driving around I am not boosting and you CANNOT hear the turbo.bling said:when the car pulls up you're going to hear the turbo spool. Of course you're not going to hear it while your racing, but before you will. I think nos is more of a sleeper.