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any body in SFV or SCV with a DIY rear mount turbo or STS???

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Old 01-23-2009, 10:04 AM   #1
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I am looking to build my own rear mount turbo on a 94' LT1 camaro, I was wondering if anybody locally has a kit instaalled I can come by and take a look at??? Any help would be great!
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Old 01-23-2009, 10:49 AM   #2
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hit up island grown he has a turbo and intercooler if u want to peice one together
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I believe there is a book i know i have seen it on ebay and it shows you how to make turbo charger systems for our cars. Even rearmounts and all that good stuff.
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1320 (John) makes some badass rear mount kits out of his garage (he built ZombieSS's). That's if you'd like to have someone reputable make one for you (I'm pretty sure he's still making them). Otherwise, just read ZombieSS's posts about what to do and what not to do and good luck

BTW, these guys are both in Vegas... close enough lol Don't know anyone local that's rear-mount with anything other than STS which is blah...
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I am looking to build my own rear mount turbo on a 94' LT1 camaro, I was wondering if anybody locally has a kit instaalled I can come by and take a look at??? Any help would be great!
Why do you want to go rear mount?
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Why do you want to go rear mount?
I think the rear mount would be easier to build as a DIY, it will be more cost effective and much easier to remove for smog purposes.
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just get a used procharger and do it the right way
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Why do you want to go rear mount?
Also get to keep AC.
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I am looking to build my own rear mount turbo on a 94' LT1 camaro, I was wondering if anybody locally has a kit instaalled I can come by and take a look at??? Any help would be great!

Is that you, Klugman?
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Is that you, Klugman?
Yep..whats up Dave...
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just get a used procharger and do it the right way
No offense luke but that's noob talk, and he started this thread to get ideas for his rearmount kit hes planning. Not for a procharger vs rearmount opinions.
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No offense luke but that's noob talk, and he started this thread to get ideas for his rearmount kit hes planning. Not for a procharger vs rearmount opinions.
suck my ***** ivan, how is that noob talk? and this is a PUBLIC forum in which we are aloud to express our opinions.
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suck my ***** ivan, how is that noob talk? and this is a PUBLIC forum in which we are aloud to express our opinions.
[make luke look like a dumbass]
He didn't ask for your opinion noob, Maybe YOU should get a procharger and STFU. Not everyone is going to like the same **** you like "MR. Stock Is Awsome" So leave you worthless post to worthless threads. I think he made his mind up about getting a rearmount turbo kit and was asking for help on building his. Not everyone can have a "Factory Freak" camaro that has a stock engine worth more than any forged internal shortblock out there. [/make luke look like a dumbass]
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Hows that for noob talk bitch?
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Hows that for noob talk bitch?
lmfao....lol
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[make luke look like a dumbass]
He didn't ask for your opinion noob, Maybe YOU should get a procharger and STFU. Not everyone is going to like the same **** you like "MR. Stock Is Awsome" So leave you worthless post to worthless threads. I think he made his mind up about getting a rearmount turbo kit and was asking for help on building his. Not everyone can have a "Factory Freak" camaro that has a stock engine worth more than any forged internal shortblock out there. [/make luke look like a dumbass]
LMAO!! Luke you got
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^^^ i think luke is still crying after that
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[make luke look like a dumbass]
He didn't ask for your opinion noob, Maybe YOU should get a procharger and STFU. Not everyone is going to like the same **** you like "MR. Stock Is Awsome" So leave you worthless post to worthless threads. I think he made his mind up about getting a rearmount turbo kit and was asking for help on building his. Not everyone can have a "Factory Freak" camaro that has a stock engine worth more than any forged internal shortblock out there. [/make luke look like a dumbass]
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Ok can we get back on track
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