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Thread: Toyota 86 Forced Induction issues... Turbo Charging vs Supercharging My GT86

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    If they won't warrant the work I wouldn't bother with them, as there is no way Toyota/Subaru would ever cover an engine that's been boosted. You would be on your own if anything driveline related went wrong with it.

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    This may assist you in your decision making.
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    I've had a few discussions with MRT and Bullet in QLD, and i'm still torn as to which way to go.

    Bullet are significantly cheaper than MRT, but won't warrant the engine. Where as MRT will warrant the engine and are local to me.

    Though the other option that I have been researching is a complete HKS complete bolt on kit. Rising sun auto have FA20 engines that can be purchased, so who knows I might even strip one of those down and go nuts.

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    Any updates on this?
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    Remember our quote includes extra features that Bullet and Castle hill did not offer


    and yes in fairness to the team at Castle hill, I am 90% sure they were running well over 15 PSI

    FWIW
    The OEM MAP sensor is only good for 7psi (even when its rescaled using the EcuteK software)
    The turbo kit we use includes a scavenge pump run off the back of the engine using 90% parts from Subaru
    Normally Aspirated tunes are available as well


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    Automatic gear change blip on down change
    e-85 flex fuel kit

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    I've been reading on facebook allot of negativity about the MRT tunes and them not complying to the required emissions standards. I find this really disappointing if they do not comply.

    It is also recommended to goto Pulse Racing to get the job done.

    I'll be making a few phone calls in the next couple of days and have it booked in to be done. I really can't wait to see it run, and I have decided to go with a turbo setup!

    Hopefully there will be no boost spikes!

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    emission standards shmeshmishin shmandards
    stroked 2L ca18-ae86 in the build...eta xmas 2012?

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    Sounds pretty trivial until you get epa'd
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    this is true. in fairness if i was modifying my new 86 it would be entirely different to modifying an old ae86. i too would want it to be legal not just legal-ish
    stroked 2L ca18-ae86 in the build...eta xmas 2012?

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    How good is this whine of the supercharger....

    For those around the newcastle area, Streamline Automotive can install the kit for you.
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