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Old 09-13-2010, 03:04 PM   #1
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Cruze 485 HP Turbo kit

2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel that is



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Brand new “Street Demon” Series turbo package for your vehicle. The most complete turbo package available for the price. This package has all new quality parts that are capable of producing well beyond 485 horsepower at 25+ PSI with supporting modifications and a built motor. This is the most complete package available compared to others at an affordable price. On a stock motor the kit will create give the motor a 50-100 horsepower gain on a low boost setting of 8 PSI. Also, the included electronic turbo timer provides a hassle-free operation of precisely calculating the cool down period to ensure a proper cool down for your turbocharged motor. Works with either automatic or manual gearboxes. This kit may allow you to keep your air conditioning and power steering for a great street setup.


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Wow not bad ?
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1600 bucks? damn thats cheap. haha
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1600 bucks? damn thats cheap. haha
I am not sure on the street demon turbo , I think it is all mostly Chinese parts but that IC looks too damn good to be one of them cheap cx racing cores and the braided lines all look nice too .. Damn Chinese knock off stuff it looks great but man ... If someone can put together a kit like that and still make money you gotta wonder.
Still scratching my head at the HP level and price for that .. Why is America so slow
Damn diesels .
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ill take it. 485hp what kinda torque would that little bastard make in a diesel. hell then i would buy a cruze id it came with a 2l diesel.
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Old 09-13-2010, 04:34 PM   #5
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Does it come with a bowl of rice?

I mean really. 5 gauges, a monster tach, shift light, turbo timer, braided steel dress up kit, misc types of tubing and a universal i/c piping kit with like 2 dozen hose clamps

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awesome! i like.
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no exhaust manifold...one reason why it's cheap.....just pointing that out.
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Holden cruze? Not the same as chevy cruze is it?
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no exhaust manifold...one reason why it's cheap.....just pointing that out.
Apparently you didn't read.... Straight from the ad

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Non-divided T3 Flange
Water jet cut for precision flow
Mild steel for easy welding to an adapter pipe or direct to stock manifold
And if it is for a turbo diesel motor... then... it'll already have a turbo mani.
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Holden cruze? Not the same as chevy cruze is it?
Sorta the us version is more heavily regulated though as far as safety and emissions goes. They get a 2.0 (turbo?) diesel motor as an option as well.
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you guys are rediculous i hope all of you are kidding this is the same 4 billion horsepower kit for every car in the world,,,,, I wish i had this many people coming in to my shop i would be a billionaire
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you should sell these swell kits in your shop then. billion dollars here you come.
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that's an ebay kit..... unless you like fabrication and breaking parts.
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Not only is the kit probably cheap, but what a cluster-f*ck of pieces. I bet it costs you 4x the price in time just to get the thing to run right.
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Not only is the kit probably cheap, but what a cluster-f*ck of pieces. I bet it costs you 4x the price in time just to get the thing to run right.
X2 right on! and its just so powerful and creates so much heat it needs a set of electric fans.
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ill take it. 485hp what kinda torque would that little bastard make in a diesel. hell then i would buy a cruze id it came with a 2l diesel.
LOL I think makes 150HP and like 240 ft lbs stock so.....

485 hp and 650 ft lbs+ if it could hold it but Diesels love boost the more the happier and Diesels are almost always bulletproof from the factory..


Granted it is a cheap Chinese rice kit it would get most people by for a while until they could start upgrading , It is an entry level kit for people who just want to tinker around ....

Still trying to figure out more on this Diesel 2.0 more or less not this gay Chinese self fabrication stuff ...


A swap would be cool years down the road just for fun ...

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you should sell these swell kits in your shop then. billion dollars here you come.
No **** , I think some people can't understand the thread is about a Turbo Diesel 2.0 Ecotec more so than the kit..
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ebay junk
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eBay Turbo's are fine. As long as you get a real/good Wastegate and BOV, **** will last as long as the name brand, and work just as well.
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eBay Turbo's are fine. As long as you get a real/good Wastegate and BOV, **** will last as long as the name brand, and work just as well.
the truth. ive ran mine for almost two years.
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i would never buy Ebay junk. you might get a decent one, you may not its a crapshoot. the trouble is, if you get a bad one your fucked.
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eBay Turbo's are fine. As long as you get a real/good Wastegate and BOV, **** will last as long as the name brand, and work just as well.
OMG!!! take a look to the right of the intercooler i think theres a roll of toilet paper to help clean up all s*** they are selling you... ebay turbos last 6 months to a year on avg and they burn oil like a **** and seals are garbage. you going to need an oil scav pump and $3000 to have some one put the kit on... 1.6 liter no way is it making more then 350 to the crank unless other mods are done to the motor.... retarded!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !
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cheap setup
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just get a garret turbo rebuild kit, turbonetics evolution wastegate and an hks bov adn you got a great turbo kit

thats what i did and made 340hp
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OMG!!! take a look to the right of the intercooler i think theres a roll of toilet paper to help clean up all s*** they are selling you... ebay turbos last 6 months to a year on avg and they burn oil like a **** and seals are garbage. you going to need an oil scav pump and $3000 to have some one put the kit on... 1.6 liter no way is it making more then 350 to the crank unless other mods are done to the motor.... retarded!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !
lmao
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