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 Post subject: Turbo after new engine
PostPosted: Sat Sep 21, 2019 21:00:57 
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Right now my rx8 is sitting in the driveway with blown apex seals. I'm in college at the moment, so I won't be able to dish out the cash to get it fixed. I plan on doing a reman replacement on my own since I don't have much experience and would probably produce a bad rebuild. Once I have a full-time job I plan on fixing it up, but I want more power. I've toyed with the thought of doing a 1jz swap, but with my poor experience, I'm hesitant. I also love the rotary webhotelli engine. I just wish it had more power. I know adding a turbo is the best way to get that extra bit of power. I'm only looking to achieve about 300whp or less so I can keep some reliability.


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 Post subject: Re: Turbo after new engine
PostPosted: Fri Sep 27, 2019 14:49:54 
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If the ambient temperature is in the above freezing range, let the vehicle idle long enough for oil to fully circulate and get into the turbo. That should be less than 15 seconds at warmer temperatures and no more than 30 seconds at lower temps.

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