cp-e BIG TURBO kits <<<In Stock!!!!>>>

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  1. stevnoof

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    It looks like your paying $3000 for some pipes an exhaust manifold bov some clamps and an air filter
     
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    News Flash. Every kit out on the market you pay the same but there is a turbo included. Just get a turbo through which ever supplier you want and move the fuck on. Yall are complaining about something that doesnt even effect pricing.
     
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    If yall look at the website you can add a turbo. Just like FR does. LISTEN LINDAs
     
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    :lol::lol::lol:
     
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    Lol you know what, since some think this kit just includes pipes and clamps how about this.

    I'll give you a chisel and a block of steel. Go ahead and try making that manifold adapter for under 2k while keeping it in ONE piece.

    Quality isn't cheap.
     
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    Will the manifold adapter be available as a single piece or only with the kit?
     
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    available in the kit only, sorry
    we designed 2 complete kits that allow for easy installation of a large variety of turbos
     
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    Unless I missed it in the pic of both kits, are there no charge pipes that come with it? The prices are quite nice. Definitely on my radar down the road to look into these more indepth.
     
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    Every time I see BIG TURBO i think of that Seinfeld episode where Elaine orders a BIG SALAD :D

    Terry
     
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    I've got 700(hp) reasons why I LOVE the CP-E Turbo Kit (8374 EFR) on my car :eyebulge:

    Every piece I've got from CP-E has been flawless, craftsmanship is second to none and definitely race proven performance/power!! ess1469921538134.jpg
     
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    the hot side charge pipe is included in the kit since the compressor is in a different position

    look at both pics in the center
    it's a 45 ish degree angled pipe
     
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    congrats to you and Adam on this build
    awesome work:cheers:
    can't wait to see what this does at the track!
     
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    I see it now. Does it fit any IC that is in stock location? Like a Level's IC for instance??
     
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    yes, that is correct, the charge pipe fits stock or any FMIC that has similar inlet / outlet positioning
     
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    I'm guessing the 5558/5562 are the go-to for an improvement over stock turbo without a built motor? I'm really only looking for ~360 at the wheels but I want it to be very reliable so going with a slightly bigger turbo and running less boost makes sense to me after the horrors of the k04 on my MS3. Is that too low of a power goal for those to be efficient?
     
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