93 dodge stealth es

Asked by Apr 20, 2012 at 03:55 PM about the 1993 Dodge Stealth 2 Dr ES Hatchback

Question type: Car Customization

Can I put a twin turbo into a 93 dodge stealth es

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Yes. All the OEM parts will bolt up. You will need the following from a VR4 or RT TT TD04 exhaust manifolds TD04 turbos turbo oil feed and return lines oil filter housing oil pan injectors injector resistor pack ECU intercooler intercooler piping BOV intake pipes MBC boost gauge fuel pump

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No the compression is to high.

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if your talking about putting a whole new motor in then yes it will, the stock motor in a 93 es has either a SOHC or a DOHC engine i believe? if its a SOHC the compression would be right but you would need different heads. The DOHC non-turbo engine has a 10:1 compression as opposed to the 8:1, so it wouldn't work. I was about to this to my 92, before a found a rolling shell for a TT that i decided to use instead

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Plenty of individuals have ran TT swaps on 10:1 motors. Its all about knock control and knowing the limits of the motor.

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the stealth has been sitting in garage for 5 yrs. got it started with starter fluid . sounded good, but wont stay running..

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