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loafmaster
11-20-2003, 06:10 PM
hey im new here, and im very interested in purchasing a 240sx, i want the 95-98 model and i was wondering where i can check out some turbo kits? stores? online stores? the only one i found was on http://www.advancedimports.com/xsen9524tuki.html is that a decent one? please help me im short on time (i am going to LA soon and there are some good 240s there)! :aw:

sorry i accidentally double posted...dunno how that happened :doh:

andrave
11-20-2003, 07:06 PM
then delete one. anyway click the red search button.

11-20-2003, 08:00 PM
I have a Greddy TD06 on the shelf right now. It doesn't have an intercooler included like the XS kit, but it does come with a preprogrammed E-manage, 370cc RC injectors, a Greddy fuel rail, and all of the turbo hardware you need to bolt this kit on your '95-98 240SX. It is significanlty cheaper than the XS unit, too. On 6psi, it makes 210hp with the potential for 450 on a built motor with additional tuning. Check it out on our website. It's in the '95-98 240SX section. If you have any questions feel free to call or email me.

andrave
11-20-2003, 09:10 PM
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-Jeff

Jeff240sx
11-21-2003, 01:56 AM
Andrave, you're in the wrong here. MVP is a registered vendor on Zilvia, and isn't out of line. The poster asked where to get a KA-T kit, and Frank gave him information and a link.
-Jeff

aznpoopy
11-21-2003, 09:40 AM
don't know the specifics, but i heard the greddy kit doesn't work on obdI. just thought the thread starter should know (and research that), so he doesnt end up buying a 95, throwing on a 3.5k kit and end up with a not-so-functional car.

andrave
11-21-2003, 11:37 AM
I think we should leave all sales, registered as commercial sellers or not, in the for sale forum where they belong.
But as long as this is cool with everyone,
give me whatever you are going to give FRANKMVP for the turbo kit and I will set you up with a system that will be more reliable, last longer, be more flexible, and deliver more power.
the greddy kit doesn't even come with an intercooler.

bobmeindertsma
11-21-2003, 12:09 PM
Originally posted by [email protected]
I have a Greddy TD06 on the shelf right now. It doesn't have an intercooler included like the XS kit, but it does come with a preprogrammed E-manage, 370cc RC injectors, a Greddy fuel rail, and all of the turbo hardware you need to bolt this kit on your '95-98 240SX. It is significanlty cheaper than the XS unit, too. On 6psi, it makes 210hp with the potential for 450 on a built motor with additional tuning. Check it out on our website. It's in the '95-98 240SX section. If you have any questions feel free to call or email me.

do you happen to do turbo kits for a 1992

Jeff240sx
11-21-2003, 02:13 PM
Questions directed at a vendor specifically for price and info should be off forum, as in PM.
But to answer, GReddy is OBD-II only (96-98) and will not work with any other years, such as S13.
I dont' know why it's OBD-II, besides trying to get CARB exempt and the GReddy E-Manage. Therefore, if you don't live in a smog state and have an alternative to emanage, you can get it.
-Jeff

boosteds14
11-21-2003, 04:25 PM
Originally posted by [email protected]
I have a Greddy TD06 on the shelf right now. It doesn't have an intercooler included like the XS kit, but it does come with a preprogrammed E-manage, 370cc RC injectors, a Greddy fuel rail, and all of the turbo hardware you need to bolt this kit on your '95-98 240SX. It is significanlty cheaper than the XS unit, too. On 6psi, it makes 210hp with the potential for 450 on a built motor with additional tuning. Check it out on our website. It's in the '95-98 240SX section. If you have any questions feel free to call or email me.

remeber you would need to have the newer 95 because they work on OBDII vehicles and not the early 95 OBDI motors. however you can make it work by getting the emanage support tool and emanage and reprogramming the fuel maps so there wont be any problems.

boosteds14
11-21-2003, 04:27 PM
Originally posted by Jeff240sx
Andrave, you're in the wrong here. MVP is a registered vendor on Zilvia, and isn't out of line. The poster asked where to get a KA-T kit, and Frank gave him information and a link.
-Jeff


hmmm, if that is the case I better start post whoring about my inventory because I am a registered vendor and i never knew you can do that. I thought all vendors are allowed to post in the Group Buy section. Oh Well, I better be get posting now. hehe