www.altimas.netdeus ex machina said:I'd like to give the Altima I just picked up a decent upgrade and I thought a turbo system would be the way to go. You guys probably have some suggestions.
Not to say that a 20yo can't turbo a car, but spending 30g's and then spending another 5 on a turbo setup? I wouldn't waste my time with this thread anymore.Birthday:
September 24, 1984
You know, I was really hoping I would be able to get some decent info and help from this site as none of my friends really are into nissan. If you want to simply ignore me because of my age I'm not going to waste my time here.Mark said:This is kind of telling as to whether or not people are serious or BS'ing you.... I wouldn't waste my time with this thread anymore.
10-20k in the course of the next year? Well, if you are completely sure, why not just start off big and do all the research necessary for a complete turbo system. You'd be better off that way if you are willing to commit to go extreme. If not, why not just go all the full NA bolt ons and do suspension, get some Volks and some sticky rubber, a nice clean body kit, all the interior(seats, custom interior) and be done with it? You can dump all that hard earned money into turbocharging the Alty, but IMO, I'd be much more satisfied to do all the NA bolt ons and complete the car as a whole than just be one sided. Good luck!deus ex machina said:How much power? To be honest I'd just like to give it any upgrades I can at the moment. I wouldn't say I have deep enough pockets to start doing engine swaps or any of that level stuff, but I can definatly dump about 10-20K into it over the course of the next year.
RotaryRyan said:Wow, thats a nice number. gotta link i can see?
Off topic: tyler why did you change your forum ID?