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Old 04-19-2006   #1
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turbo setup

i am purchasing a 14b turbo for my 97 GST, and i was wondering what else exactly i will need to purchase and where i could get them, i am kind of looking to get this setup for a bargain since i am a poor college kid with no job. Thanks a lot for the help!
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Old 04-19-2006   #2
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Re: turbo setup

Oil lines, water lines, crush-washers, J-pipe, gaskets for everything, 4 new manifold/turbo bolts.
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Re: turbo setup

where can i get them and the prices roughly? and i don't have access to get down in the cities unless i have no choice due to the fact i live in saint cloud, and i dont want to drive all that way if i can get something up here.
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Re: turbo setup

Call Brookdale Mitsu, they give a DSMStyle discount and ship stuff quickly and for a reasonable price. If you need me to, I can make a complete list of everything you'll need.
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Re: turbo setup

yes please do!
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Re: turbo setup

-turbo outlet/J-pipe gasket
-manifold to turbo gasket
-turbo to o2 housing gasket
-manifold/turbo bolts (4)
-crush-washers for water in/out lines
-crush-washers for oil feed (4)
-gaskets for oil drain (2)

Hopefully you can get the water/oil lines used with the turbo. You'll have to order the J-pipe from a shop or have one custom made.

Check out this RRE page: http://roadraceengineering.com/2g16ginstallkit.htm
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Old 04-19-2006   #7
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Re: turbo setup

Do they still give discounts over there?

Why not just get a T28
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Old 04-19-2006   #8
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Re: turbo setup

Do you have hard pipes for your t25? If so chop it in the middle where it goes up and put a piece of stock IC piping between and that works istead of the aftermarket J Pipe. I can take a pic fo what mine looks like if you want.(its kinda ghetto but shit it was FREE and FAST)
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Old 04-19-2006   #9
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Re: turbo setup

i only have a upper IC pipe w/ 1g bov, intake, and MBC running at 14psi on t25.. i am rewiring my fuel pump on friday though and picking up the turbo on sunday. i am getting a damn good deal on the 14b thats why i am getting that instead of a t28... so i will hopefully get the rest for a good deal.
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Old 04-21-2006   #10
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Re: turbo setup

am i going to need to rewire my fuel pump w/ a 14b running at 15psi?... or would it be a good idea? because i have everything i need to do it. just nothing to tune it with yet.
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Old 04-21-2006   #11
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Re: turbo setup

Do yourself a favor and buy a new banjo bolt for the head too. Everytime I've taken one off it breaks when I put it back in (stupid 24" biceps!).
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Do yourself a favor and buy a new banjo bolt for the head too. Everytime I've taken one off it breaks when I put it back in (stupid 24" biceps!).
Hey Noob hes got a 2G there isnt a banjo bolt on the head (JK). So he will have to get one anyways because the 2G oil line from the Oil filter housing doesnt fit on a 14B.
http://www.roadraceengineering.com/eclfuel.htm
There is a chart there that tells you what you need and stuff as for fuel.

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Old 04-21-2006   #13
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Doh! Silly me with a 6-bolt in my 2g...forgetting these mundane details of the mythical creature: the STOCK dsm--never seen one!
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Re: turbo setup

I hear ya man, I had to double think that. I forgot about the 7bolt a little. But you did remind me that I needed a new banjo bolt for there so you helped me out.

And just an FYI talonTSI, If you wanna pick up the banjo from mitsu they have to order them in.
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Old 04-22-2006   #15
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Re: turbo setup

I have some 1g oil lines for much cheaper than the dealer if you aren't getting them with the turbo. I am pretty sure you could get by with using the stock turbo bolts also. I have done it before without an issue and I think thet are like $7 each if I can remember correectly. I have some used extras of those also.
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Old 04-23-2006   #16
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Re: turbo setup

I have an extra "J" pipe with lower intercooler pipe for a 2G swap that I can sell you
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Re: turbo setup

My honest opinion would be to go with the T-28 its a direct replacement to the T-25. you can get them pretty cheap. Prolly get it installed in about 3 hours if you have a coffee break for 15 minutes and smoke cigarettes every 30 minutes. LOL
The T28 pulled pretty good in my 99 GSX auto.
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Old 04-23-2006   #18
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Re: turbo setup

He asked what you need to make it work. If he's getting the parts cheap - why not? Just make sure you have EVERYTHING before you start. Otherwise you could be waiting days to get it back up and running.
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Re: turbo setup

Well assuming from the first post he hasnt ordered it yet. So to save him the headache i was suggesting a solution that would more suit his College situation.
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Re: turbo setup

A 14b on a 2G a headache? Are you kidding me. Get the right parts and its cake.
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