if you plan on running 12's either way, both n/a and turbo will have some reliability issues....i would not think about reliability when considering the two.....pints99 said:Turbo may be the best bang for the buck, but reliability and longevity are questionable. Yes the turbo guys will jump on me for this, but thats how I feel. However, n/a gives you the option of building up slowly, that the turbo does not. Add a CAI here(200) throw in a hondata(600). The turbo money is all up front. The whole 4 grand or so after installation. My question is: MSRP on RSX-S is 23 and change + 4 grand for turbo = EVOLUTION!! If you wanted a turbo car.......W/e. In the end it's personal choice and you'll have to make your own decision.
crazyk20 said:Yeah, if you have the right etup with Toda, 12's should be very attainable.
Depends, same could happen with N/A, N/X. So what does this mean, it all depends. Depends on what you buy, how you install, how you tune, etc. If you have reasonable knowledge and are willing to continue to learn, then you pretty much will be fine. Just keep the fuel coming and the spark agoing It is objective, it is easy to make big numbers with boost and spray. N/A is a tad bit harder, so you will get more props.DavidT said:Turbo=Broke down 10,000 miles later. n/a=Still do'n 9000 RPMs 10,000 miles later
:iamwiths:although the toda/i/h/e + tires combo does add a significant amount of power, driver credibility is often overlooked in these conversations