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I want to turbocharge my 1989 mazda b2200 what do i need to get?

Stock 1989 2.2l sohc 4cylinder

I need to know what turbocharger and inter cooler can be compatible for this engine without too many mods.

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Your best bet would be to find a used engine assembly with ECM that already has the turbo and intercooler installed on it that will fit your vehicle as a changeout. There are a few differances in turboed engines, the pistons are heaverier duty, the crankshaft is heavier duty, the camshaft has a different performance curve and the ECM is different for the carburation or fuel injection. It would take you a lot of work to convert the engine over so it won't blow up when you jump on it due to overcharging the system. There are quite a few vendors that sell aftermarket packages, but that puts the turbo on the engine and does nothing for the engine strength, especially if you want real performance. Turbos are adjustable for the amount of boost the engine gets and the timing when the waste gate releases the boost to keep from blowing the engine. Depending on where you reside you may also have a problem with smog regulations, especially is there are annual inspections required. Good Luck, RAC

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