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

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    Sounds fairly similar to the good Ol' SC12.... at least in the rev ranges that I stuck around to hear from that vid

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    I had a talk to the guys at avo at WTAC on the weekend and interestingly they claim their kit makes more torque quicker and earlier than the existing supercharger kits.

    I was impressed with the quality of the kits and whilst they don't fit the kits themselves, it is a good package on offer
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    We do a lot with AVO and they have a great product at a reasonable price. I do my tuning with BRZ edit due to the cost of ECUtek, ECUtek is good but the costs involved have to be passed on somewhere and it can't really do anything that you can't with BRZ Edit, even the opensource stuff is well covered these days. A turbo suits the high compression engine better as there is no point cramming boost in at low rpm, sure E85 means you can do it but its not always available. With variable camshafts lag is non existent. PD Superchargers are more parasitic and tend to have high outlet air temps when turned hard therefore reducing top end power.

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    here is a video comparing the TRD 86 vs a HKS supercharged 86

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    Went to melbourne MotorEx and saw a number of 86's with turbo and blower configurations. My main issue was they are too visible. Here in Victoria the police will open the bonnet and slap a fat canary on. Off to the EPA or take It all off. That's one of the things about the AVO kit. Much less obvious.

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    I would be keen to drive a boosted one

    of course it will be faster and more fun to drive than a bog stock one...but

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    TBH most people who turbo these cars wouldn't have an issue with engineering it either... Lets face it a 30k car with a another $6k for a turbo install , i'm sure they will find the extra to engineer it.
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    My wife is enjoying her car as it is at the moment, I want to turbo it so I can have it on hand for customers to test, just need a little more time and encouragement.

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    MRT are offering a blower that runs 17 psi..

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