i am thinking of putting an ebay turbo into my 2001 is300. i know how to do everything except i dont want to mess with the ecu. i was wondering if there is anyway around getting a new one. the boost would only be around 5 or 6.
You'd probably be better off dropping a 2jz gte lump in there. I'd assume the compression ratio would be different so you'd need new pistons. You will need a new ecu, or at least a re-map for the boost control, as well as new injectors. The stock ones would max out pretty quickly.
Ivybridge Turbo Boost & Speed Step Hey, I just wanted to get this straight since in the past I never used any of the power saving or turbo features on other i5/i7 processor.
Turbo automatically overclocks any of your 4 cores dependent on what ones are being used. If the application used requires an additional boost, turbo will...
Motherboards, Bios & CPU
04-27-2013 11:32 AM
HIS IceQ Turbo 6970 running well hotter than it should New build.. 6970, 2500k, 8GB Ripjaw X DDR3-1600 8-8-8-24, Corsair 650D Case with sufficient case cooling (1x 120mm front fan, 2x 200mm, one on top, one in back), Corsair 850w Pro series power supply.. not sure if there's any other info that may be useful.
The temps on my CPU and MB sensor seem...
Video Card Support
07-08-2011 10:03 AM
Turbo Floor Plan Error Hi everbody :
Most of the time, when I boot up (especially after opening
and closing Outlook Express v 6), and then trying to open
Turbo Floor Plan v.15, I get the following dialog box :
"There is currently another Cadsoft...
Windows XP Support
05-10-2011 04:52 PM
P5Q PRO Turbo vs P5QD Turbo Yes it's me with another stupid question -_-
It seems I can't get the P5Q PRO Turbo motherboard but I might get the P5QD Turbo motherboard; the specs are all the same only P5QD turbo has only 1 pci-e v2 connector (which is good for me because I will use only 1 GPU).
Are there other...