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hi im the biggest noob in this forum. I have a stock 370z right now. My dream is to turbocharge my z and i am currently saving. How much is

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Old 02-13-2011, 12:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hi im the biggest noob in this forum. I have a stock 370z right now.
My dream is to turbocharge my z and i am currently saving.
How much is probably the total price for installation+service+ the turbo itself?

I just want to know if my dream is possible or not. thanks
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Old 02-13-2011, 12:40 AM   #2 (permalink)
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These prices are ball park so dont freak out people if I do not have it to the penny. The cheapest TT kit I believe is the Greddy kit which will come on around 7-9k installed. I would go with GTM though and that one is around 15k installed.
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GTM is a better kit over all then the greedy. I will give you a better total tomorrow of everything including labor and all, just tired right now and time for bed.
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These prices are ball park so dont freak out people if I do not have it to the penny. The cheapest TT kit I believe is the Greddy kit which will come on around 7-9k installed. I would go with GTM though and that one is around 15k installed.
I think that the Greddy is probably closer in price to the GTM kit when all is said and done but that is just speculation on my part. I have heard good things about the GTM but have not heard much good or bad about the Greddy.
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do you mean better as in faster, or better as like it wont cause problems for the car?
thx guys
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There are so many variables when looking at a twin turbo price that I would be difficult to get a accurate price.

For the most basic kit, either Greddy or GTM, I believe you would be around $10,000 installed. This does not include an oil cooler, exhaust or clutch.
That will put you at around 450ish whp depending on the tune. If you want more power then you need more money.

This is merely a basic overview of what I have found while doing my own research into TT kits for our cars.

If you are serious then you need to figure out what your goals are for power and then call some shops.
That is the only way you will get a accurate estimate.
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If you do it right, you are going to come in around $15K. Its important to get better exhaust and an oil cooler if you want max power and your car to last. I dont know much about the Greddy kit but can say for sure the GTM kit is GREAT!

A good tune from a reputable shop makes a BIG difference on the TT kit. Do your homework before you dive in.
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Greddy kit is going to run you about 1-2k more and you will need to by blowoff valves if you want to have that turbo BOV sound. Either way both good kits, I would say GTM is better and has a better price. you're looking at 10-11k for just TT kit and tune for GTM 11-12k for Greddy. My total for TT kit , install , exaust, and test pipes came out to $10,900
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Greddy kit is going to run you about 1-2k more and you will need to by blowoff valves if you want to have that turbo BOV sound. Either way both good kits, I would say GTM is better and has a better price. you're looking at 10-11k for just TT kit and tune for GTM 11-12k for Greddy. My total for TT kit , install , exaust, and test pipes came out to $10,900
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Greddy kit is going to run you about 1-2k more and you will need to by blowoff valves if you want to have that turbo BOV sound. Either way both good kits, I would say GTM is better and has a better price. you're looking at 10-11k for just TT kit and tune for GTM 11-12k for Greddy. My total for TT kit , install , exaust, and test pipes came out to $10,900
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Greddy kit is going to run you about 1-2k more and you will need to by blowoff valves if you want to have that turbo BOV sound. Either way both good kits, I would say GTM is better and has a better price. you're looking at 10-11k for just TT kit and tune for GTM 11-12k for Greddy. My total for TT kit , install , exaust, and test pipes came out to $10,900
The greddy TT kit with test pipes, exhaust, bov(2), tune and install will run 10800. Thats a little less than GTM
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I'm going to say 15k for doing it right with supporting mods. Both kits are great. But the GTM is more appealing. Greddy need to bump it down some. There price went up from the 350 and they don't even include engine managment. In which the e-mange was worthless anyways.
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in the GTM website and checked the turbo kits for the 370z, there were 3 different types. one that said (turn key), one (tuner), and one (setup). what do these mean. and they are like around 5000-7000ish, while greddy cost 9000. so i assume gtm is cheaper and better?

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in the GTM website and checked the turbo kits for the 370z, there were 3 different types. one that said (turn key), one (tuner), and one (setup). what do these mean. and they are like around 5000-7000ish, while greddy cost 9000. so i assume gtm is cheaper and better?

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The best advice anyone can give you is to budget $20k for Forced Induction. Either a stage 1 or stage 2 kit from GTM. This will include all your supporting mods and some insurance money in case things go south. Each motor is different. Case in point I blew a stock car's stock motor... Sent a rod through the block!
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