Question about 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora
Posted by Anonymous on
I wouldnt recommend it. It is not just adding a piece of hardware. Head gaskets were not designed for the increased pressures. The computer will not change the fuel mix. You will need electronic protection for the excessive heat of the turbo when you turn car off, namely, a water pump has to continue circulating after you turn the car off. How would you accomplish that?
In short, you will gain 30% added free power, but engine reliability will be out of the window.
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