Thread: 2.5i to GT
View Single Post
#13: 07-17-2012, 12:22 PM
 
 TcDavis
TcDavis's Avatar
Title: Contributor
Location: Louisville
Car: 2011 Subaru Legacy
Posts: 462
iTrader: (0)
Send a private message to TcDavis Find all posts by TcDavis Reply With Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by 1stick3pedals View Post
Thanks, and like many people will say, turboing a non-turbo car is not the best course of action one can take. But for me it was, and I plan on upgrading brakes/suspension/etc eventually. I get a heck of a lot more satisfaction out of making something with the mere basics, into exactly what I want it to be.

In reference to your full mentality statement, is that referencing when I said full internals? If so, I apologize if that came off as an ignorant reference, but until I tear down a motor, I'm not going to be an expert in the terminology and parts of one. As far as I know, when I build the motor for my car, I'm going to be putting in parts that will hold up to power levels beyond what I shoot for for reliability purposes.
Totally agree! Id rather build it than buy it

Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I717 using Tapatalk 2