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Engine Jerry's Turbo Build

Discussion in 'Powertrain' started by slow_r0lla, Jul 23, 2015.

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    http://www.phoenixtuning.com/toyota/swaps/perez2.html
    So has anyone else seen this build before? This got posted this morning in the 8thgenrollas Facebook page. I feel like there is A LOT of lost power in this build. I really was hoping that the owner is on this page because from what that page says it sounds like literally absolutely NOTHING is done to that engine other than the turbo kit. Which blows my mind since he can pick up so much power in this build by getting up with Milky lol
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    MacktasticSlick TRD whore with 36,000 posts, bitch

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    Good to see Tweak'd still putting in work
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    Milky told me that this is a really old build lol
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    crolla "Wait did I just lose to a corolla?"

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    That build is super old. I think that car ended up putting down 300whp when he took it to another tuner
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    I would hope so. That dyno chart looks absolutely terrible. It shouldn't look like a heart beat haha I am shocked honestly that the internals are taking all that abuse. That is a lot of power for stock internals to handle

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