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Old 02-14-15, 09:08 AM
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suggestion of improving the greddy td06 kit without upgrading the turbo

just looking for suggestion of improving my greddy kit. i already had the turbo rebuild and modded by BNR supercars and i'm very happy with the power but i was planning to change the wastegate and BOV to a tial or turbosmart setup but i'm debating about it. any opinions? thanks

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Well, what aspect are you wanting to improve?
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Well Idk how good the waste gate is right now. I had this kit for over 6 years now and is been reliable. But I wonder if there's any other WG that is better that the greddy one or I shouldn't even bother and rebuild one I have if went bad. Idk how the greddy bov is. I know that they are know to leak. I was planning to get a turbo smart one to replace it if is bad but just want opinions
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If the wastegate and BOV are working then no need to replace. You are not going to get any performance gain out of switching them as long as they are working correctly.
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^^ agreed.
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Yea there's not much you can change on the actual kit. Being a kit, each bit is made to work/fit with the other bits in the kit.

Short of changing the manifold / turbo (which would mean new downpipe etc) there is not really a whole lot you can do.

You could upgrade fuel / ignition some more, & add water/meth injection and run more boost. But that's not changing anything in the actual kit as such.
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ok you guys are right, i was wondering if theres anything i could update or upgrade but ill leave it alone, it worked all these years just fine. thanks
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