Originally Posted by Notsafe335i
Real solid. From what I've seen from the RBs they hide that of that huge midrange hit and the pull is much more linear. What's your launch(dead stop brake boost) look like? Can you build up any pressure?
I'm assuming you or your installer preformed the swap on a lift. I guess I'm starting to gear up for a turbo swap and figuring out what kind of time frame. It looks like this is a weekend job for sure.
I did not do any standing start launches until now. I also have a manual transmission, so I don't know what is brake boost
Yes the pull is more linear but I did not pay any significant attention to the midrange until now, I can probably improve things a bit.
It was done on a lift and it's a weekend job for sure (start Friday night if you are not experienced
) Seeing all the process (I was there the whole time), I think it can also be done in like 16-18 hours of continuous work (with 2 short lunch breaks) from an experienced mechanic.