How do I Turbo Charge my Car?

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To turbocharge your car, you need to figure out what size you need for your car. Next, gather your materials. They include exhaust tubing, silicone clips, and welding tools. You can find more information here: www.junkyardturbos.com
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To add turbo charge to your car you will need to purchase an aftermarket turbocharger to install. You must be careful when installing a turbocharger. If installed incorrectly you can do serious harm to your engine. You can find more information here: www.torquecars.com
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