This is Why My New Turbo is Better

Recently I had some engine problems with the Fairmont that required a complete tear down. Instead of putting everything back the way it was, I've decided to do some upgrades. One of the biggest upgrades is a new 67mm ceramic ball bearing turbo.

This turbo will spool up faster and potentially make more power as a result.

I'm going to keep the old turbo so that I might one day to a head to head of these 2 turbos on the dyno. I think it would be great to actually proved whether or not this new turbo makes more power.

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