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Solid-Tech turbo kit-almost finished interest?

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    Solid-Tech turbo kit-almost finished interest?

    Heres some pics of the kit we have been tinkering with.
    The first kit will be ready to go in a couple of weeks. We are not a vendor here yet so I can not post any prices. Just looking for some feedback and if there is enough interest in the kit.




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    Looks real interesting, I don't think that blow off valve is going to work in that set up next to the Mass air meter with it open to the atmosphere.
    But all in all looks real cool.

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    LOOKs COOL but it look hard to install and high priced. It needs to make big numbers for power. to be good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by q1234567890
    LOOKs COOL but it look hard to install and high priced. It needs to make big numbers for power. to be good.
    Did I miss the part where there is a price listed?????? When will you have some numbers on this??

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    The kit is very easy to install. The hardest part is tapping the oil pan for the return. If there is a problem with the BOV placement that will be moved, but we dont foresee any problems with it. As for power there will be plenty of power made from my car, (car in picture used for mock up). Being as we are not vendors here I cannot post any prices but with the kit going to the coaters this comming week we will have the first kit ready to install on a stock vehicle and do some testing before we release the kit for retail. Thanks for the suggestions and comments.

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    Not being a turbo guy, is it OK to have the hot parts so close to the accumulator for the A/C? I love the fact that you retained the A/C... just want to make sure it still works.

    Looks good.

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    No problems with the a/c. Coated turbo hot parts do not put out much raidant heat. A coated turbine housing will not melt a plastic raidator fan shroud a half inch away. No heat worries.

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