Ebay full turbo kit or save another 1400 for the zzp kit?


Asked by Feb 06, 2012 at 02:19 AM about the 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt

Question type: Car Customization

I got cash in hand to order the ebay turbo kit then get a tune.. or wait another 4 months and get the zzp... any heard good stories about the ebay turbo kits for cobalt?

8 Answers


forget ebay go with zzp

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hp tuners or trifecta tune??


dont buy a turbo kit off ebay, bad idea. if its a company listing the kit on ebay, i would investigate the company further and try to buy it direct from the company if they seem legit


agree with devin and i have trifecta but im not to happy with the latest tune. ur best bet is to find an eco tec specialist and get dyno tuned.

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I too have the Trifecta tune. You could probably do better if you went to Hahn, or a comparable expert-nome are in my area. The aftermkt. turbo is only as effective as the tune.


Actually have had second thoughts about the tune. Would probably do the GMPP tune/upgrade in hindsight. It gives you some parts that are hard to replicate. Also very concious of my warranty situ. as of now, but no real problems.


thats ur best bet im pretty sure i just blew my turbo do to trifecta tune.


your choice, i buy stuff from ebay all the time, no problems, jus recently purchased cold air intake. You should get "performance tune up" first w/ dyno tested, and then see if ya wanna add some extra power, you may not be in such a rush. You can always get performance headers, exhaust system for that cash from some places if you dont already have it, good HP upgrade there!!!

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