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Old 27th January 2010, 18:30   #31
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I wanted to know if the Turbo parts from Swift DDIS (like Turbo, Intercooler, BOV, etc..) can be a direct fit onto a Petrol Swift
You could use the turbo and the intercooler, but the turbo would be too small for the petrol engine. The DDIS does not come with a BOV. And the Intercooler will be a direct fit not the turbo itself.

What psi is the DDIS running on ?
Am not sure but I think it is 5-7 PSI

Can we source these Turbo parts from MUL ? I mean as a New spare part itself ?
Yes you can and the dealership should be able to give you the pricing for the same.

This is still in its nascent stages - just weighing my options to see if its feasible for me
I don't think you have read up enough on turbo's to go on ahead and do this, my recommendation don't till you understand the shortcomings.
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why are you looking out for MUL parts? aftermarket stuff is found to be equally or more reliable. my advice, look out for aftermarket professional stuff. i think MUL stuff will not be doing any cost saving. good luck!
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