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Hello everyone.I just bought a plymouth laser rs turbo, its been sitting actually all winter havn't run it, so i go out this morning to try and start it and when i turn the ignition, all i get is a clicking sound. I was thinking its the starter or the batter isnt strong enough.
I have been looking for a fuel pump for my 1990 plymouth laser rs turbo, and i have pm'd 2 people on this site about there pumps on the classifieds and never got a reply. So im letting anyone know that i need a fuel pump for my car and i was looking at getting the walbro 255, But would the 190...
Thanks, Ill have to check it out. I was wondering what the stock turbo can take. And should i redo all my hoses and belts pretty much a tune up. Is there any thing i should change cause this is a new car to me so i dont know yet what could be worn out, i want to start off by making sure...
Thanks guys for all the help, this is a great forum already. I have been looking around budgeting some prices, i know its gonna take time and i will start up from the bottom, but i wanna build around the turbo. I was wondering about the head on these cars, do they flow well for stock?
Well I was thinking off buying a new turbo for it like a EVOIII 16g, also doing a rebuild to the engine so i thought it would be good to get a new intake manifold. Also iam getting new exhaust, I have done mods to my other car. I have done alot of reading and learning about engines and turbo's.
Im new to the Dsm World and i was looking at intake manifold and i saw a huge difference in some of the prices and i was wondering, what is the differences bewteen them, because i don't want to spend more money than i need to.