Are such modifacations even doable?
Okay so I want to modify my car by putting a turbo in it I
have read about the pros and cons on both super chargers
and turbo chargers, however i can not find any documented
case where someone actually installed one on a sebring. Is
this because the turbo is in compatible for the Chrysler
sebring all together or has no one even attempted. Also I
read somewherd that the 2.5 liter V6 is a very
temperamental engine and that i should try to stick to OEM
parts is there any truth to this statement and is it possible to
put any custom mufflers on the sebring?
Car type: 99" Chrysler Sebring 2 DR JX Convertible~ 2.5Liter
Does anyone know the answer to this
You have to do some more research on what parts you need to do the swap and to do it correctly if your mechanical inclined. If not, find a speed shop in your area to consult.
2.5 compression is too high, and there is no room under hood, 2.4 all day long. Neon/p/t cruiser stuff turbo,pcm,fuel injectors, oiling/cooling lines,intercooler and some other stuff.
There is not a lot of aftermarket support for upgrades on these cars sadly
hmmm looks like I have my work cut out for me trying to do this, it sounds as though it isn't impossible just highly unorthodox and not often done. this should be an interesting build and if I do manage it I will have my own little blog for it with pictures and videos every step of the way.
Most probably cheaper to sell it and get a turbo car you really want.
The car I really want is A Mitsubishi 3000 GT but I am taking this car right now cause I can afford it insurance and gas
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