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ok, with this turbo setup i'm hoping to acheive around 220 whp.

heres the parts i have come up with, if you think theres anything needed/not needed, please let me know.

Turbo Set-up (230 whp)

Hardware:

wastegate turbo manifold (garrett T3)
Garrett T3 turbine
Low-comp turbo pitons (maybe)
Valve Springs (maybe)


plumbing:

FMIC
HKS SS BOV
Custom IC piping
3" CAT-back Exhaust
High Flow CAT

fuel management:

Super FMU
beta1 fuel rail
Injectors (440)
return line
SAFC

engine management:

(none needed for 230 whp)
 

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SkizziK03elan said:
ok, with this turbo setup i'm hoping to acheive around 220 whp.

heres the parts i have come up with, if you think theres anything needed/not needed, please let me know.

Turbo Set-up (230 whp)

Hardware:

wastegate turbo manifold (garrett T3)
Garrett T3 turbine
Low-comp turbo pitons (maybe)
Valve Springs (maybe)


plumbing:

FMIC
HKS SS BOV
Custom IC piping
3" CAT-back Exhaust
High Flow CAT

fuel management:

Super FMU
beta1 fuel rail
Injectors (440)
return line
SAFC

engine management:

(none needed for 230 whp)
Are you chosing the HKS BOV for the sound?
You can source a 1G DSM BOV for probably half the price of any new BOV, and they will support 18-22 PSI. If you aren't going that high, say 10-14 max, you can pick up a 2G BOV for less than the 1G.

Also, you can source t3's used from alot of late 80's ford cars. I can post up a list if you want.
 

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sounds like a good list.
don't forget the fuel pump and the clutch.
personally, I would spring for some 550's too.
 

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If he is only going for about 220hp 550cc injectors are overkill and might not be able to be turned down enough to keep from running rich. Without doing the math I'd have to guess that 290's would be plenty for 220-230hp.
 

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I wouldn't say overkill, but thats what an SAFC is for. You can dial the fuel back so it doesn't run rich and you got no worries.
They are worth the investment espcially if you switch to a bigger turbo later on. 450's are common for 215hp dsm machines, so you can do the math.

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If he is only going for about 220hp 550cc injectors are overkill and might not be able to be turned down enough to keep from running rich. Without doing the math I'd have to guess that 290's would be plenty for 220-230hp.
 

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The safc can only adjust so much and if the injectors are too big even with the safc dialed all the way down he could still be running rich. Just check out the Tib setups that are at 250ish they aren't using 550's.
 

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yeah... it is pretty hard to set your idle with huge injectors... i woudl just use what is adequate... and cheap :) i'm using sonata 290cc injectors.
 

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Sorry it took so long

Here is a list of cars that came with turbos that would be a good match


CHRYSLER Conquest, Intercooled 87 2.6L MHI TD05
CHRYSLER Laser (Auto) 90-94 2.2L MHI TD04
CHRYSLER Laser (Manual) 90-94 2.2L MHI TD05H
CHRYSLER LeBaron 89-92 2.5L MHI TE04H
CHRYSLER LeBaron 88 2.5L MHI TE04H
CHRYSLER New Yorker 88 2.5L MHI TE04H
CHRYSLER New Yorker 84-87 2.2L GAR TB0335
CHRYSLER Town & Country 88 2.2L MHI TE04H
CHRYSLER Town & Country 84-87 2.2L GAR TB0335
CHRYSLER Charger/Shelby 87-90 2.2L GAR TB03 (water)
CHRYSLER Shelby CSX-Daytona/Baron GTC/Shadow ES 89-90 2.2L GAR TB03 VNT (variable nozzle)

DODGE 600 88 2.5L MHI TE04H
DODGE 600 85-87 2.2L GAR TB0335
DODGE Aries 88 2.2L MHI TE04H
DODGE Caravan 89-90 2.5L MHI TE04H
DODGE Conquest (Intercooled) 87 2.6L MHI TD05
DODGE Daytona 89-92 2.5L MHI TE04H
DODGE Daytona Shelby 88 2.2L MHI TE04H
DODGE Daytona Shelby 84-87 2.2L GAR TB0335
DODGE Lancer 89 2.5L MHI TE04H
DODGE Lancer 88 2.5L MHI TE04H
DODGE Lancer 85-87 2.2L GAR TB0335
DODGE Omni 85-87 2.2L GAR TB0335
DODGE Shadow 89-92 2.5L MHI TE04H
DODGE Shadow 88 2.5L MHI TE04H
DODGE Shadow 87 2.2L GAR TB0335
DODGE Spirit 89-92 2.5L MHI TE04H

EAGLE Talon (Manual) 90-94 2.0L MHI TD05H (45 trim)
EAGLE Talon (Auto) 90-95 2.0L MHI TD04
EAGLE Talon (Manual) 95-98 2.0L MHI T25 (45 trim)

FORD Mustang GT 85-86 2.3L GAR TB0344
FORD Mustang GT/T-bird 83-84 GAR (AiR) TB0344
FORD Probe GT 88-92 2.2L IHI RHB52W
FORD T-Bird 85-86 2.3L (auto) GAR (AiR) TB0344 (45 trim oil only)
FORD T-Bird 85-86 2.3L (Manual) GAR (AiR) TB03 60 trim (watercooled)
FORD T-Bird 87-88 (water) IHI RHB52
FORD Fiesta 90+ 1.6L GAR T2
FORD Escort 84-86 IHI RHB5

MAZDA 626, MX6 88-92 2.2L IHI RHB52W
MAZDA 323 GTX turbo 88-89 1.6L IHI RHB52W (water)

MERCEDES 300D, SDT, TD 78-84 3.0L GAR TA0301
MERCEDES 300SDL 78-83 3.0L GAR TA0301
MERCEDES 300SDL (Calif.) 86-87 3.0L GAR TB0359

MERCURY Capri 85-86 2.3L GAR TB0344
MERCURY Cougar 85-86 2.3L GAR TB0344
MERKUR XR4Ti 85-88 2.3L GAR TB0344

MITSUBISHI Eclipse (Auto) 90-94 2.2L MHI TD04
MITSUBISHI Eclipse (Manual) 90-94 2.2L MHI TD05H
MITSUBISHI Eclipse (Manual) 95-98 2.0L MHI T25 (45 trim)
MITSUBISHI Galant (Manual) 88-94 2.2L MHI TD05H
MITSUBISHI Starion (Intercooled) 85-87 2.6L MHI TD05

PLYMOUTH Acclaim 89-92 2.5L MHI TE04H
PLYMOUTH Caravelle 88 2.5L MHI TE04H
PLYMOUTH Caravelle 85-87 2.2L GAR TB0335
PLYMOUTH Conquest, Intercooled 85-89 2.6L MHI TD05
PLYMOUTH Laser (Auto) 89-94 2.0L MHI TD04
PLYMOUTH Laser (Manual) 89-94 2.0L MHI TD05H
PLYMOUTH Sundance 89-92 2.5L MHI TE04H
PLYMOUTH Sundance 88 2.5L MHI TE04H
PLYMOUTH Sundance 87 2.2L GAR TB0335
PLYMOUTH Voyager 89-90 2.5L MHI TE04H

PONTIAC Sunbird GT 88-90 2.0L GAR T2
PONTIAC Sunbird GT 84-86 1.8L GAR T2
PONTIAC Grand Prix 89-90 3.1L GAR T25 (water)

SAAB 9000 (16V Intercooled) 87-88 2.0L GAR TB0356
SAAB 900 (16V Intercooled) 87 2.0L GAR TB0339 (Oilcld)
SAAB 900 (16V Intercooled) 84-86 2.0L GAR TB0339 (Oilcld)
SAAB 9000 (16V Intercooled) 85-86 2.0L GAR TB0343
SAAB 900 (8V, APC) 82-84 2.0L GAR TB0321

VOLVO 200 82-84 2.3L GAR TB0313
VOLVO 740 89-93 2.3L MIT TD04H
VOLVO 740 87-89 2.3L MIT TD05
VOLVO 760 89-93 2.3L MIT TD04H
VOLVO 760 87-89 2.3L MIT TD05
VOLVO 780 85-87 2.3L GAR TB0363
VOLVO 780 90 2.3L MIT TD04H
VOLVO 780 87-89 2.3L MIT TD05
VOLVO 940 91-93 2.3L MIT TD04H
VOLVO 200 Watercooled Upgrade 82-84 2.3L GAR TB0368
VOLVO 740 (Oil Cooled) 83-85 2.3L GAR TB0326
VOLVO 740 (Watercooled) 85-87 2.3L GAR TB0363
VOLVO 760 (Oil Cooled) 83-86 2.3L GAR TB0326
VOLVO 760 (Watercooled) 85-87 2.3L GAR TB0363

GAR=Garrett=AiResearch, MHI=Mitsubishi Heavy industries, MIT=Mitsubishi



Just look through the list for the engines that are the same size, noted with the X.XL designation.
 

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wow, thanks for all the responses guys, i posted this months ago, and had no feedback for about 2 months, but still, all your info has bettered my search for parts
 

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NCspecV81 said:
get rid of that super fmu and just get a rising rate fuel pressure regulator w/ 1:1 ration...and do a return line.
This is very important. If anything happens to your FMU, you are screwed. If a vacuum hose goes, your screwed. Play it safe, do it right.
 

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Madhatter said:
yeah... it is pretty hard to set your idle with huge injectors... i woudl just use what is adequate... and cheap :) i'm using sonata 290cc injectors.
what year sonata is that
are they compatable with beta 1
 

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sorry for not catching ya sooner... Yeah.. all the hyundai 4 cylinder injectors are interchangeable as far as i know. I have ran tib and sonata injectors in both my alpha 1.6L and my beta2 2.0.

I used the injectors from i believe 2001 sonata 2.4L. I paid $75 shipped for them from a junk yard.

wattsup4800 said:
what year sonata is that
are they compatable with beta 1
 
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