dmdicks said:Twin charging could be an option for a fully built engine and drivetrain. During development we'll take backpressure measurements and compare the OEM Cat and Manifold/turbo/Downpipe. The key is in sizing the turbo to mimic the charateristics of the OEM Cat. Either way its shouldn't be too hard to figure out. And yes it would be a bolt on application for the front bank because that's by far the easiest location for Tiburons as well as Sonata's and Santa Fe's.
easy there. its not that BSE did nothing...Hyundai backed out. the BSE parts were dont correctly, Hyundai just didnt have the sack to take it on.dmdicks said:Believe me we tried to get them as factory installed options. We were fighting against BSE HARD parts for the Hyundai bid. They won and did nothing. How long have we been hearing about BSE HARD parts being factory installed options and nothing happened? Hyundai isn't quick to admit they were wrong in their choice so it could be a VERY long time before Alpine's kits are factory installed options.
With that said the low boost setup will utilize all the factory sensors and engine control module. It will be perfectly safe on a stock engine. If something does happen its up to Hyundai to prove whether or not the kit was the cause of the failure. Read up on the Magnuson-Moss Warranty act.
never gonna happen as long as hyundai keeps putting precats on the ****ing manifolds i wish it would i would pay 2x as much for something if it was carb legal and there would be no debating at allPS1 said:I would just like it to be CARB.