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White Trash Turbo Tubing

The submitter wrote: “I…uh…   …I know this person.   I’ve been trying to guide him through his turbo kit install so he does it properly and doesn’t blow up his engine. Obviously he didn’t listen.  This is on stock fuel, stock tuning, nothing is changed.  He’s running something around 8psi on an eBay 50trim. I can’t believe it hasn’t thrown a rod yet.”

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8 Comments to White Trash Turbo Tubing

  1. I can’t beleive that he hasn’t caught the car on fire yet. Or killed himself with carbon monoxide poisoning. He at least needs to put a downpipe on that turbine housing, and the wastegate, to get the exhaust under the car.

  2. speed racer on September 26th, 2011
  3. There are so many things wrong with this. PVC tubing is the least of his worries. I hope he enjoys walking.

  4. Turbo on September 26th, 2011
  5. If you are just making fun of the schedule 40, I am actually OK with it. It looks kleen and functional if not lacking the astetic appeal that I would want under my own hood. Obviously, the exhaust and probably other issues with the overall project.

  6. Buba on September 26th, 2011
  7. I’m sure that spray painted air filter lets plenty of air in.

  8. Cours on September 26th, 2011
  9. I used to work in a lumber yard, you would not believe the amount of people that came in looking to mod their cars.

  10. Joe on March 16th, 2013
  11. Umm… from what I see, this is not possible to produce any boost without the exhaust hooked up to the turbo housing. The sch. 40 PVC would melt in one run with the heat that even half of the 8 psi of pressure he is claiming even with an intercooler. this looks more like a mock-up, I hope!

  12. Lowbred on December 1st, 2013
  13. Say listen……..do you want a good blow job?

  14. Handlebar Said It on December 3rd, 2013
  15. His saving grace is that if he were to try 8 psi through this, he’d likely not blow his engine. He’d just blow the pipe. 8 psi would have an output temperature of about 370F. No idea what the melting point is, but sustained 370F, along with 8psi would likely lead to a failure. The question is, would the engine blow before the tubing? I guess the tubing. But the fun is finding out.

  16. Marc on March 1st, 2014

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