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Old 03-30-2019, 02:43 PM
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Upgraded turbos?

Pure Turbos for $3,500 seem like a good value.

What do they do, take your stock turbos, cut them/machine them, put a bigger turbine in them and call it a day? Or are the turbos bigger and therefore can support more boost?

Would the engine block need upgrades to support the new power levels? How much power over stock do the turbos + downpipes + tune really add?

How bad would it be to return a lease with turbos on it? :P
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How bad would it be to return a lease with turbos on it? :P
I have never leased a Mercedes before, and when you lease a Japanese car they really just check if the car drives normal, sounds normal and looks normal. The Turbo upgrade would pass that test.

Your recourse would be to payout the lease and sell it to someone else privately, or do a trade-in against a new lease instead of a turn-in. The financial hit of that would depend on how much the residual value was subsidized in the original lease.
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I have never leased a Mercedes before, and when you lease a Japanese car they really just check if the car drives normal, sounds normal and looks normal. The Turbo upgrade would pass that test.

Your recourse would be to payout the lease and sell it to someone else privately, or do a trade-in against a new lease instead of a turn-in. The financial hit of that would depend on how much the residual value was subsidized in the original lease.
recourse as in if i got busted and voided their warranty/broke their terms?
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recourse as in if i got busted and voided their warranty/broke their terms?
then you bought the car or pay to have it returned back to stock entirely on your dime.
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Originally Posted by MuffinFlavored View Post
Pure Turbos for $3,500 seem like a good value.

What do they do, take your stock turbos, cut them/machine them, put a bigger turbine in them and call it a day? Or are the turbos bigger and therefore can support more boost?

Would the engine block need upgrades to support the new power levels? How much power over stock do the turbos + downpipes + tune really add?

How bad would it be to return a lease with turbos on it? :P
Maybe tackle the power desire from the point of "how much HP would you like to add, then add what you need to meet your power needs and lease agreements. tunes, turbos and supportign mods can very hundreds of HP, depending on your "wants".
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Maybe tackle the power desire from the point of "how much HP would you like to add, then add what you need to meet your power needs and lease agreements. tunes, turbos and supportign mods can very hundreds of HP, depending on your "wants".
i mean unrealistically, i want my car to fly and pass a 720s trapping 200mph in the quarter mile while i only pay $5 for it lol

thatís how i feel about the e63s in general

so much performance for relatively little money
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so much performance for relatively little money
LOL that is the last way I would describe the w213 😅
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LOL that is the last way I would describe the w213 😅
haha you may be right

what is better performance for the money?

z06

camaro?

used f10 m5?
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haha you may be right

what is better performance for the money?

z06

camaro?

used f10 m5?
Absolutely Z06. The other two are not comparable at all.
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haha you may be right

what is better performance for the money?

z06

camaro?

used f10 m5?
used F10 m5?? without AWD it spins like crazy, most modded w212 4matics are faster unless at very high speeds.
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Absolutely Z06. The other two are not comparable at all.
camaro has z06 engine, no? camaro zl1 1le or whatever. the one that is the track beast
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Maybe tackle the power desire from the point of "how much HP would you like to add, then add what you need to meet your power needs and lease agreements. tunes, turbos and supportign mods can very hundreds of HP, depending on your "wants".
Basically I want all of the horsepowers. Dunno. Lol

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haha you may be right

what is better performance for the money?

z06

camaro?

used f10 m5?
Absolutely best performance bang for the dollar is the GTR. And not the AMG version. And mods are basically limited only by what you want to spend. That car with 1200 whp built by the right tuner can be bullet proof and puts you in a new realm of speed.
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The new 5.0 mustang does really well with a supercharger for incredibly cheap. The rs3 is also deep into the 10s with basic mods.
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